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Huguely trial
It's a case that's brought media from far and wide, and a story that is heartbreaking not only because of the young life cut short, but because it's all too common. As the trial winds down toward a verdict that will determine former UVA lacrosse player George Huguely's future– but will never restore what the Love family has lost– the Hook has day-by-day details.

The march through winter is well underway with plenty of reasons to go out and play– even with sledding not one single day. From wine in the country to bellies that wiggle to comics that certainly will make you giggle– get out there!

Close secret
Repression gets a movie all its own with Glenn Close in the role of her life as 19th century house servant Albert Nobbs, whose carefully guarded secret enables her to provide for herself even as it robs her of the chance at a fully realized existence.

Juror's perspective
As the trial of George Huguely kicked off on Monday, February 6, 150 Charlottesvillians were summoned to Charlottesville Circuit Court as potential jurors in what might be the highest profile trial in local history. Juror 206– aka Jennifer Niesslein– shares an inside view of the jury selection process that rejected her, and the challenges these average citizens will face when sitting in judgment.

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