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Charlottesville Right Now

Charlottesville Right Now

Weekdays from 4 – 6pm
We go beyond the headlines, digging deeper into stories that matter to you.
It’s local talk, local issues, local radio at it’s very best!
Join NewsRadio 1070 WINA’s Les Sinclair weekdays for the news and newsmakers of the day.
Join the conversation at 434-977-1070
Charlottesville Right Now is Front Page Radio.

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Friday, September 4, 201509/04/2015

The Final Friday’s For Food of the Season

Abena Foreman-Trice, of the Blue Ridge Area Food Bank discusses Fridays for Food at Fridays After Five and Hunger Action Month with Les Sinclair.

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Friday, September 4, 201509/04/2015

Sweet Briar delivers on $12 million promise

Marcia Thom-Kaley, director of alumnae admissions relations, Sweet Briar Board Member, and assistant professor of music at Sweet Briar College talks with Les Sinclair about the latest developments.

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Tuesday, September 1, 201509/01/2015

Bring Back the Blade to The Paramount

Chris Eure, Executive Director of The Paramount talks with Les Sinclair about the effort to bring back the 33 foot blade sign to the facade of the Paramount.

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Friday, August 28, 201508/28/2015

Top 5 Soundbites

WINA’s Dori Zook joins Les Sinclair to share the top 5 soundbites of the week.

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Friday, August 28, 201508/28/2015

Business Diversity Luncheon

Andrea Copeland-Whitsett, from Charlottesville regional Chamber of Commerce talks with Les Sinclair about the Chamber Business Diversity Luncheon. It’s September 15 form 11a-1:30pm at Jefferson School African American Heritage Center.

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Friday, August 28, 201508/28/2015

Splash For A Cure (UVA Children’s Hospital)

Mayank Gala, of the Ishan Gala Foundation talks, with Les Sinclair, about this annual event raising money for the UVA Children’s Hospital called Splash For A Cure.

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Thursday, August 27, 201508/27/2015

Student Credit Cards May Not Be Such A Bad Idea After-all.

A new study by CreditCards.com found that, contrary to popular belief, student credit cards may not be a bad idea…

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Thursday, August 27, 201508/27/2015

Stop & Frisk Lawsuit Goes Forward

Attorney Jeff Fogel, who’s working with the local NAACP and a coalition of public housing tenants, wants to examine records…

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Thursday, August 27, 201508/27/2015

The latest on the discovery of human remains in Albemarle County.

Public Information Officer for Albemarle County Police, Carter Johnson, details the latest on the human remains found in Albemarle County…

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Wednesday, August 26, 201508/26/2015

The Latest from the WDBJ Shooting

CBS News Correspondent, Jim Krasula, updates us with the latest info on the WDBJ shootings.

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1 hour ago in Local, Surrounding Counties, UVA

Man Holds Up Credit Union In Louisa

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The Zion Crossroads branch of the University of Virginia Community Credit Union was robbed Thursday afternoon.

7 hours ago in Albemarle County, Charlottesville City, Local, Surrounding Counties

Allegations Of Racial Profiling Surface

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Three lawsuits have been filed against a policeman who works for Albemarle County.

8 hours ago in Entertainment

REVIEW: ‘How To Be Single’ feels the same while trying too hard to be different

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"How to Be Single" makes a valiant attempt to send up rom-com clichés but it borrows so much from other, better movies that you start to wonder if the film’s title should be "How to Commit Larceny."

9 hours ago in Albemarle County, Charlottesville City, Local, Surrounding Counties, UVA

Chamber Presents Q Award

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Amy-Sarah Marshall is the winner of this year's Q Award from the local Chamber of Commerce.

10 hours ago in National

Wall Street tumbles

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Wall Street was off more than 1 percent on Thursday, pushing the S&P 500 and the Dow Jones industrial average down 10 percent for the year, as investors jettisoned stocks and scurried toward safer shores.