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Since the 1940s, photographer Ed Roseberry has been capturing the people and places of Charlottesville, and the epic expanse of his work forms a priceless record that'll soon be part of UVA's special collections.
Regular WINA listeners may have noticed the absence of drive-time host Coy Barefoot, but if they want to find him, they just need to change the dial. With a new radio station to call home— and an affiiated television show— Barefoot's making new media waves.
Athletes becoming scholars
Curry School professor Paul C. Harris is using his own past as a sports obsessed youth to find out how black male student athletes can find academic success. Charlottesville Tomorrow's Tim Shea has the story thanks to the Hook's new partnership with the non-profit news agency.
A former deli space on Fifth Street downtown is now a cheese lovers dream, thanks to an immigrant who's living his own dream.
On the cover of this 40-page issue:
Photo of Ed Roseberry by Steve Trumbull; all others by Ed Roseberry