The Girls Are Alwrite Takes Over New Issue

This issue is curated by and features original works from The Girls Are Alwrite participants. Readers will have an opportunity to become acquainted with this community’s next generation of writers and thinkers.  It is our hope that this issue allows the Charlottesville community to see the talent our youth possesses as well as allow new and fresh perspectives of an ostracized and oppressed demographic to be heard.

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Everybody Loves Chris: A Conversation with Comedian Chris Alan

Everybody Loves Chris: A Conversation with Comedian Chris Alan

By Sarad Davenport | Photo by Phil Provencio  For many of us, when we think of Rochester, New York, we think of it as the home of Kodak (not that one), Xerox, and of course Wegmans. Yet for folks like comedian Chris Alan, it is also known for being a very divided city along racial and economic lines. Chris noted the array of fancy grocery stores in Rochester but half-laughing says, “Yeah, but...

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Charlottesville Planning Commission unanimously approves Comprehensive Plan update after nearly five years of work; now it goes to City Council for a hearing

Charlottesville Planning Commission unanimously approves Comprehensive Plan update after nearly five years of work; now it goes to City Council for a hearing

One major component of Charlottesville's Comprehensive Plan update is creating more, and more affordable, housing of many types throughout the city, including quadplexes, like this one on the corner of Second St. NW and Hedge St. Charlottesville Planning Commission chair Lyle Solla-Yates was certain that the biggest news to come out of Charlottesville last week would be the Tuesday evening...

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Things Come Together: A Story of Hope & Heritage

Things Come Together: A Story of Hope & Heritage

By Sarad Davenport | Photos by Eze Amos Dr. Andrea Douglas describes herself as an art historian specializing in works of the African Diaspora. Anchored in a deep modesty she said, “I took the thing that I loved most in my life and made it my life.”  The child of Jamaican immigrants, Andrea and her sister came of age in a home that was steeped in the arts and highly political. Andrea’s father...

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