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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.

court trial

Monday, December 2, 201312/02/2013

Rebecca Glenberg

ACLU Legal Director Rebecca Glenberg tells us about the 4th circuit decision striking down a Virginia law and the Supreme…

shop online

Monday, December 2, 201312/02/2013

Larry Magid

Larry Magid gives us the scoop on Cyber Monday. Podcast (charlottesville-right-now): Play in new window | Download

bow hunter

Wednesday, November 27, 201311/27/2013

Luara Newell-Furniss

Luara Newell-Furniss Director of Hunters for the Hungry joins the show to talk about how they’re helping to keep food…

turkey

Wednesday, November 27, 201311/27/2013

Marsha Barnish

Marsha Barnish from ButterBall gives us great tips for roasting up the perfect turkey for tomorrow! Podcast (charlottesville-right-now): Play in…

Wednesday, November 27, 201311/27/2013

Michael McKee

Michael McKee from the Blue Ridge Area Food Bank tells us a little about the holidays and hunger in our…

Microphone

Tuesday, November 26, 201311/26/2013

Kay Bell

Kay Bell is with Bankrate and talks about 10 year-end tax moves to make. Podcast (charlottesville-right-now): Play in new window…

WP-Money

Tuesday, November 26, 201311/26/2013

Jill Schlesinger

CBS senior business analyst Jill Slessenger joins Les Sinclair to talk about the economy. Podcast (charlottesville-right-now): Play in new window…

Pumpkins CLIPART

Tuesday, November 26, 201311/26/2013

Rabbi Tom Gutherz

Rabbi Tom Gutherz is with Congregation Beth Israel, Charlottesville and talks with Les Sinclari about the rare concurrence of the first…

magic

Tuesday, November 26, 201311/26/2013

Wes Iseli

Wes Iseli is a magician and illusionist and talks about doing a 24 hour magic show in front of the Walmart…

U.S. Flag America

Tuesday, November 26, 201311/26/2013

Andrew Cohen

CBS News Correspondent Andrew Cohen joins Les Sinclair to talk about the Supreme Court and challenges to the affordable care…

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FILE- This is a 1967 handout image from Parlophone of The British group, The Beatles,. From left, are: Ringo Starr, John Lennon, Paul McCartney; and George Harrison. The woman who as a child was the basis for the Beatles song "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds" is gravely ill. It was thought by many at the time that the psychedelic song from Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Heart Club Band was a paean to LSD because of the initials in the title, but it was actually based on a drawing that John Lennon's young son Julian brought home from school. He told his father the drawing was of Lucy in the sky with diamonds. Lucy Vodden, now living in Surrey just outside of London _ drifted apart after schoolyard days, but they have gotten back in touch as Lennon has tried to help Vodden cope with Lupus, a life-threatening disease.

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