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.
Glenna Graves talks about growing flowers –gulp– competitively.
Violist Fitz Gary is in Charlottesville to co-host the Second Annual Music Feeds Us concerts to benefit the Blue Ridge Area Food Bank.
Mesmerizing hip gyration and fluid arm movement are second nature to Julia Skinner, who, while living in Hawaii, spent many childhood hours in the obligatory hula-instruction. Julia still hulas and shares some stories.
Film director Robert Altman's odd connection to Martha Woodroof --who managed to not-become a Hollywood celebrity.