Greg Orr began writing poems about death and loss and now writes poems about life and hope.
And our new leader. Meet Al Bartholet, formerly (and "since forever") of WKSU public radio --who is the new head of WMRA. His 7th grade essay about "what I want to be when I grow up" actually panned out.
Youngperson Alex Roll penned the essay "Presents" for her high school English class.
JMU Dance Professor Shane O’Hara just got back from China, where he and a bunch of his students taught –and learned– some new steps.
Some people are born "techies" --as a kid Renee and her dad electrified her dollhouse (see photo). Today she makes websites.
Think of Betty Mooney as Charlottesville’s "Queen Mum" of massage therapy.
Make compost? A sort of mid-life crisis turned Eric Walter into a professional composter.
Terry Ward tells about his favorite thrift store --a creepy place that gets one thinking about mortality.
What do you do when the Hells Angels* and the Chicago Outlaws break into a bar fight all around you? Um... leave.
Meet art-film festival organizer/ poet/ skate-head/ barkeep Paul Somers.