December 8th, 2011 issue #1049

December 8th, 2011

4Better Or Worse

  • The week in review

    Most pro-active: UVA quickly disabuses Occupy Charlottesville of any notion George Rogers Clark Park is open for takeover. "Quite simply, the University is not a campground...

The Dish

Essays

Real Estate - $old

  • Long-term relationship

    10/27/11  Albemarle NVR Inc. to Erin Stanley, 316 Patriot Way, $240,765 Lamont Breckenridge to Robert & Maxine Hey, 271 Simmons Gap Road, $155,000

Real Estate - On the Block

Real Estate Property auctions

  • Property auctions

    December 9 at noon at the Albemarle Courthouse Property: 105 Towler Place Debtor: Jaime Canas and Carina L. Canas Original amount owing: $222,300 Bidder brings: $10,000 Inf...

Art Features

  • Inked well: Chroma printmakers impress

    During November and December, several galleries in Central Virginia are devoting their walls to the collaborative project, “Focus on the Print." While Second Street Galle...

DR. HooK

Movie Reviews

News

On Architecture

The Brazen Careerist

Sports Doctor

Strange But True

Online only

  • How completely awesome is Earl Hamner Jr.?

    Watch this video of the Today show reunion of the cast of The Waltons, the tv show he created 40 years ago, read Lisa Provence's 2003 interview, and decide for yourself.
  • Not welcome: As Lee Park empties, UVA shoos Occupiers

    Members of Occupy Charlottesville planning to move their tents to George Rogers Park on the Corner won't find a welcome wagon waiting, according to a warning issued by UVA ...

  • Sing in the holidays!

    Choir Director Eric Betthauser directs some Henley Middle School singers at the City Market on Saturday, December 3. As they sang, the Holiday Heritage Parade was rolling a...

  • Table of Contents

    COVERUnsilencedSince 2004, when her daughter reported being raped at UVA and no charges were filed, Susan Russell has fought to make campuses safer for women. This week, he...

  • The last campfire

    The final campfire at the Occupy Charlottesville encampment at Lee Park provides a warm focal point as Charlottesville police stand ready to make sure campers move on with ...

Black and White

  • ISO quercus alba

    White Oak is a long-lived, slow-growing tree, reaching 60 to 100 feet in height with a spread of 50 to 90 feet in its native bottomland soil. Old specimens can be massive, ...


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4Better Or Worse

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Real Estate Property auctions

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