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DMB song catalog now available online
Published on Apr 4th, 2006
8 comments Now you can download the entire Dave Matthews Band song catalog online through iTunes Music Store, the band announced. For the first time ever, fans can download every album for $9.99 and individual...
Couric to leap to CBS
Published on Apr 4th, 2006
0 comments Ending months of speculation, former UVA Lawnie Katie Couric is soon expected to make the leap away from her 15 years at the Today show to take the evening anchor spot with CBS, according to a report...
Godfathers of soul, country coming
Published on Mar 28th, 2006
0 comments Singer James Brown, the "Godfather of Soul," and Willie Nelson, the pony-tailed king of country (who once bragged of smoking marijuana on a balcony at the Carter White House), are among the mega-...
AP corrects student death story
Published on Mar 27th, 2006
2 comments The Associated Press got the facts (or fact) wrong when reporting on Cornell University freshman, Matthew Pearlstone,19, who was found dead Friday, March 17 in UVA’s Cauthen residence hall. Here's...
Hackensaws shake up WVU
Published on Mar 27th, 2006
0 comments This from The Daily Anthenaeum, West Virginia University’s student newspaper, "Rounding out the weekend at 123 Pleasant St., The Hackensaw Boys from Charlottesville, Va., brought in the biggest...
AG to launch gang prevention program
Published on Mar 24th, 2006
1 comments New Attorney General Robert McDonnell will be in town this Tuesday, March 28 to help the Boys and Girls Clubs of Charlottesville/Albemarle launch a program designed to keep area youths from joining...
Schatzman fires back
Published on Mar 23rd, 2006
0 comments Electoral Board Vice Chair Joanie Schatzman earned the ire of School Board candidate Vance High when she told a DP reporter she was "repelled by Vance." Schatzman tells WINA that she's not repelled...
Drinking killed Cornell student
Published on Mar 23rd, 2006
1 comments According to an autopsy report, Cornell University freshman, Matthew Pearlstone,19, who was found dead last Friday morning in UVA’s Cauthen residence hall, died of "alcohol intoxication,"the Richmond...
Pat Collins: last seen 20 years ago
Published on Mar 22nd, 2006
3 comments It was twenty years ago yesterday that UVA physiology graduate student Pat Collins was last seen alive. Unfortunately for his parents and friends, the mysterious disappearance of the 27-year-old has...
A Councilor and a poet
Published on Mar 22nd, 2006
0 comments City Councilor Kendra Hamilton is celebrating the book fest by coming out as a member of Cave Canem Poets, a nationwide collective of poets of African descent that will have a 10th anniversary...
High indignation
Published on Mar 22nd, 2006
1 comments Charlottesville School Board candidate Vance High wants the head of Electoral Board Vice Chair Joanie Schatzman, who told DP reporter Sarah Barry that she was "repelled by Vance" after a candidate's...
Bloggin� Brown
Published on Mar 22nd, 2006
1 comments Charlottesville Mayor David Brown has caught the blogging bug. On March 18 Brown launched One City Blog: Thoughts on Charlottesville Virginia. Below, you’ll find Mayor Brown’s opening entry into the...
NBC envisions a Today w/o Couric
Published on Mar 20th, 2006
1 comments The UVA grad with the popular smile and seemingly caffeinated good cheer is causing fear in the halls of her employer, NBC. A story in today's Wall Street Journal reveals that Couric's closely-...
Dreyfuss weds in Harrisonburg
Published on Mar 20th, 2006
2 comments Actor Richard Dreyfuss, in Harrisonburg for an appearance at James Madison University, made a surprise stop by the Rockingham County courthouse on Thursday, March 16– and it wasn't to pay a...
High winds ground Geraldine Ferraro
Published on Mar 15th, 2006
1 comments Geraldine Ferraro, slated to speak tonight at UVA, cannot attend due to high winds in New York. "Ms. Ferraro’s plane has been unable to leave the New York airport, and as a result she will not be in...
Director of Region Ten ousted
Published on Mar 14th, 2006
1 comments The board of directors of Region Ten, the area's largest government-funded mental health service provider, fired its director yesterday. According to the account in the Daily Progress, which recently...
Naked protestor arrives
Published on Mar 13th, 2006
3 comments If you hurry, you can still catch 21-year-old PETA activist, Dana Littlefield, sitting naked (well, sorta naked) on the Downtown Mall in front of the Charlottesville Ice Park. She’ll be there until 1...
Beth Duffy goes to the competition
Published on Mar 13th, 2006
5 comments Today is former NBC29 morning anchor Beth Duffy's first day in her new job– at GrayTelevision's Charlottesville Newsplex with its ABC 16, CBS 19 and Fox 27. Apparently, non-compete contracts...
‘Rock House’ Landmarked; Bond speaks
Published on Mar 10th, 2006
0 comments The former Charles B. Holt residence, a stone dwelling perched on a bluff over Preston Avenue near Washington Park, was voted onto the Virginia Landmarks Register Wednesday. On April 18, noted Civil...
Six for three
Published on Mar 8th, 2006
2 comments By Tuesday’s deadline for entering the new Charlottesville School Board election, six candidates had emerged to vie for the three open seats. Sue Lewis, a retired financial advisor, who has been...
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