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Friday, May 13, 201605/13/2016

Where Will Albemarle County Courts Be Located?

Albemarle County Supervisor Brad Sheffield discusses with Les Sinclair the May 11th Supervisor’s meeting where County staff was asked to investigate relocating some of the courts.


Friday, May 13, 201605/13/2016

National Prevention Week

Mary A. Williams, Chairperson, Charlottesville-Albemarle Coalition for Healthy Youth (CACHY), talks with Les Sinclair about National Prevention Week…Strengthening Community and promoting Mental Health and Wellness.


Friday, May 13, 201605/13/2016

Vagrant Nation

Risa Goluboff is a professor of law and of history at the University of Virginia School of Law. In July, she will become dean of the law school, She’s also the author of the new book, Vagrant Nation: Police Power, Constitutional Change, and the Making of the 1960s. Les Sinclair talks with her about vagrancy in America.


Thursday, May 12, 201605/12/2016

Charlottesville Ten Miler Gives to S.A.R.A.

Deb Gilbert, Race Director of the Charlottesville Ten Miler, talks about the donation that was made, today, to the Sexual Assault Resource Center. Charlottesville Track Club writes a check to SARA for $60,000.00.

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Thursday, May 12, 201605/12/2016

What Does “Healthy” Mean?

Rita Smith, Registered Dietitian at Sentara Martha Jefferson Hospital, talks about the FDA’s reconsideration of the term healthy and the need to reexamine the guidelines they use.


Wednesday, May 11, 201605/11/2016

Slow Growth for Virginia and the Nations

Qian Cai, director of the Weldon Cooper Center’s Demographic Research Group, talks with Les Sinclair about population growth slowing and what’s affecting it.


Wednesday, May 11, 201605/11/2016

Festival of Cultures Saturday at Lee Park

Coordinator, Zakira Beasley, talks with Les Sinclair about this Saturday’s event (May 14th) Festival of Cultures with more than 25 nationalities represented.


Wednesday, May 11, 201605/11/2016

Foster Care Awareness Walk Saturday May 14

Sarah Groom, Great Expectations Advisor at PVCC, talks with Les Sinclair about Foster Care and The 1st Annual Foster Care Awareness Walk, this Saturday, May 14.

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Wednesday, May 11, 201605/11/2016

Cops 4 Kids Event this Friday May 13th

Mindy Goodall, with Charlottesville Police Foundation, gives info on Cops 4 Kids Day. This year’s event will be held on Friday, May 13th, 4-6pm at the Boys & Girls Club on Cherry Avenue.

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Wednesday, May 11, 201605/11/2016

Virginia GOP Disputes Governor’s Data on Voter’s Rights Restoration

Delegate Rob Bell talks with Les Sinclair on the GOP’s contention that Gov. McAuliffe’s blanket order to restore voting rights to felons as not legal. He explains.

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