Charlottesville Right Now

Charlottesville Right Now

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Friday, July 25, 201407/25/2014

Dr. Paul S. Hoffman

Promising New Antibiotic Defies Conventional Wisdom

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Thursday, July 24, 201407/24/2014

Dean King

Award-winning author Dean King joins Les Sinclair. King will be a featured speaker at TEDx Charlottesville

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Thursday, July 24, 201407/24/2014

Megan Juelfs Swanson

Megan Juelfs-Swanson with University of Virginia’s Weldon Cooper Center for Public Service’s Demographics Research Group is talking with Les Sinclair about the new brief on wage study.


Thursday, July 24, 201407/24/2014

Robyn Crane

Robyn Crane, CFP® Money & Relationship Coach joins Les Sinclair to talk about how couples can master their money together.


Thursday, July 24, 201407/24/2014

Alicia Lenahan

The President of Piedmont CASA for children (Court Appointed Special Advocates) joins Les Sinclair to talk about the need for volunteers

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Wednesday, July 23, 201407/23/2014

Wood Hudson

Wood Hudson, Senior Environmental Planner for TJPD, joins Les Sinclair to talk about the amount of garbage our area produces and how much of that is recycled.

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Wednesday, July 23, 201407/23/2014

Scott Waddell

Scott Waddell is the CTO for iovation and joins Les Sinclair with digital safety tips for college-bound kids.

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Wednesday, July 23, 201407/23/2014

John Cruickshank

John Cruickshank of the Piedmont Group of the Sierra Club discusses a petition brought to City Council concerning pesticide use in parks and city owned properties.


Tuesday, July 22, 201407/22/2014

Matthew Gerber

Research Assistant Professor of Systems and Information Engineering at UVA Matthew Gerber explains to Les Sinclair how Twitter could be used to predict crimes

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Tuesday, July 22, 201407/22/2014

Rob Bell

Delegate Rob Bell joins Les Sinclair to update us on the work being done by Virginia’s new Mental Health Panel.

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