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Award-winning author launches new initiative
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (WVIR) - Award-winning author Alex-Zan is launching Stayin’ Alive, a new initiative to pledge non-violence. Alex-Zan introduced this measure Thursday, June 1. He says it was started in hopes of creating a safer future for our youth by teaching them to think before they make a decision that could their life forever.
IX Flix returns this week
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (CBS19 NEWS) -- A free summer film series kicks off Friday at the IX Art Park. IX Flix returns this year with Black Panther as its first film, beginning at sunset. Angelic’s Kitchen will be offering food for purchase starting at 6:30 p.m. IX Flix will take...
Charlottesville airport makes adjustments for Avelo
One of the weather radars used for the Charlottesville area is getting an upgrade, but that means it will be out of service for a bit. UVA students have gone home for the summer, and right now the Kimpton Hotel at the Darden School of Business is trying to fight the decline in visitors.
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Bridge PAI hosting art event on Downtown Mall
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (WVIR) - The Bridge Progressive Arts Initiative is hosting an event this weekend for all creatives. The Bridge PAI will have professional and ameteur artists on-hand at the Underground to meet up and swap creative services together. The collaboration hopes to bring people together to create art through...
Courteney Stuart Reports: New leadership prompts reconciliation questions at CASPCA
After more than four months of controversy and questions over the future leadership at the Charlottesville Albemarle SPCA, the nonprofit’s board announced in mid-May that embattled former CEO Angie Gunter was out and a new interim executive director would take the helm while a search for Gunter’s permanent replacement is underway.
AHS student film gets accepted to Rome film festival
ALBEMARLE COUNTY, Va. (CBS19 NEWS) -- Albemarle High School film students are going international. Their film was just accepted to be screened at the Roma Short Film Festival. Trevor Przyuski teaches filmmaking and video production. Three of his students competed in Light House Studio's Adrenaline Film Project this year, where...
This Little Hole-in-the-Wall Restaurant Serves some of the Best BBQ in all of Virginia
Nothing beats a long-standing local eatery, especially when it's been family owned and operated for generations. Whether you live in the area or you’re just passing through, you have to check out this little hole-in-the-wall restaurant out in Orange County that serves some of the absolute best BBQ. Keep reading to learn more.
Time running out to enter Cville Pie Fest
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (WVIR) - Cville Pie Fest is set for June 10. If you love pie, or know your grandma’s secret recipe, then you may want to enter the competition. Pies will be judged on overall flavor, presentation, crust, and originality. “It’s been very popular. It’s such an easy,...
Jordana & Dev Lemons: Freak Shows show in Charlottesville, VA Sep 24th, 2023 – pre-sale code
The Jordana & Dev Lemons: Freak Show presale code that people have been waiting for is available for our members to use:. While this short presale opportunity is on, you can get tickets for Jordana & Dev Lemons: Freak Show earlier than anyone else. If you can’t order your tickets...
Long-desired upgrades to Charlottesville’s Azalea Park could be on the way
Azalea Park was buzzing Thursday evening as the sun sank low in a pink-blue sky. A few adults played a pickup game on the basketball court while a toddler and her grandmother looked on. Across the park, someone wore headphones while gardening in their rented plot. With a new land...
Seniors exercise at YMCA to improve health
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (WVIR) - One of the keys to living a long life is having a healthy lifestyle. Seniors at the YMCA did exercises tailored to their fitness levels Wednesday, May 31. This included tai chi, an exercise that focuses on mind and body, as well as helps with balance.
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Erin O’Hare goes inside the Twisted Branch Tea Bazaar in Under the Table and Screaming: Volume 1, the first in a series of zines that celebrate local music venues, past and present. Learn more at underthetablebook.com. Photo by Eze Amos. Support C-VILLE Weekly. C-VILLE Weekly is Charlottesville’s leading newspaper....
CrossFit gym does "Murph" workout in honor of late soldier
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (CBS19 NEWS) -- The CrossFit in Charlottesville invited their athletes to do the “Murph” workout in honor of a fallen Navy Seal. “Lieutenant Murphy demonstrated extraordinary heroism in the face of great danger in the vicinity of Asadabad,” gym owner Jon Hanna said, reading from the Summary of Action of Lieutenant Michael Murphy.
Third annual Charlottesville Art Festival hosted by IX Art Park
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (WVIR) - On Saturday, May 27, the third annual Charlottesville Art Festival was hosted by IX Art Park. More than 50 artists showed off their work along with workshops and demos. Performers and culinary artists also showed off their work. “I think that really our vision here at...
BGS 5+5: David Wax Museum
Hometown: Charlottesville, Virginia (David is originally from Columbia, Missouri, and the band formed in Boston) Personal nicknames or rejected band names: Honestly, the name David Wax Museum started off as a tossed off joke, but it’s stuck around for 16 years. The name was suggested by a friend Anna Henchman who supposedly gave Evan Dando the band name idea Lemonheads.
Fluvanna Art members learn home-grown printmaking
The members of the Fluvanna Art Association learned on May 16 a fun and easy way to make prints at home. Monoprints, often done on a commercial gel plate can be done on other surfaces as well. Fenella Bell, an art instructor with PVCC, demonstrated making prints with a glass plate. Plexiglass can also be used. This is monoprinting without a press. Bell demonstrated two methods – one of hers and one by abstract master artist Paul Klee.
Mind & Life Institute’s Susan Bauer-Wu evokes hope in new climate crisis book
New Dominion Bookshop will host a book talk and signing with author and Mind & Life Institute president Susan Bauer-Wu on Saturday, June 24, at 4 p.m. The Charlottesville-based Bauer-Wu will be speaking about her new book, A Future We Can Love: How We Can Reverse the Climate Crisis with the Power of Our Hearts and Minds from Shambhala/Penguin Random House.
Duck Donuts offering free cinnamon sugar donuts for National Donut Day
LYNCHBURG, Va. (WSET) — On June 2, Duck Donuts will celebrate National Donut Day with a sweet deal for customers. The store, known for serving warm, made-to-order donuts announced that they will give away free cinnamon sugar donuts to guests on June 2. Each customer will get one donut,...
CASPCA Interim Executive Director speaks on new role, internal review
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (WVIR) - Sue Friedman is taking over the role of interim executive director at the Charlottesville Albemarle SPCA. “I’m here to be a guide and a coach. Because good people are here,” Friedman said. Friedman is walking into a challenging situation. Former Executive Director Angie Gunter...
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