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THIS WEEK NEWS 9 Welcome to our annual Food & Drink Issue! The brainstorming for this 11 Why is prime Waterhouse feature (p. 20) started months ago, when the editorial team met and named space still empty? every word, phrase or person, from A-Z, we felt best represented the local 13 One of Jason Kessler’s victims speaks out. food and drink scene. The original list (hint: It was a looong one) gave us 15 Judge says statues will more than enough material for this issue, but the exercise itself was a remain shrouded—for now. testament to how stuffed Charlottesville FEATURE 20 is with people focused Food & Food & Food & Drink Drink Drink on local edibles and ...is for libations. ...is for amaro cake Depending on ...is for From A(maro) to Z(est), we serve brisket where you pick up up 26 ways to dig in to delicious. the paper this week, ARTS 39 you’ll see a different cover (all three are depicted above). The images 41 Calendar Listings give you a taste of what you’ll find inside, where we spell out the A,B,Cs 43 Feedback: Erin & The of C’ville’s culinary kingdom. Wildfire quenches its record Thirst. And in case you aren’t too full, there’s more food and restaurant news on 45 The Works: Writer Sharon page 59, and a story on how Tavola’s Michael Keaveny has focused on Harrigan’s search for answers. 47 Extra: Musicians are doing it training the next generation of great chefs (p. 61). Eat up!—Jessica Luck for themselves at the Jeff. ISSUE

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Party like it’s 1817 Flanked by members of the Cavalier Marching Band, Thomas Jefferson was among the thousands of people who gathered on the Lawn Friday, October 6, to launch the University of Virginia’s bicentennial celebration. Exactly 200 years earlier, (the real) Jefferson was joined by James Monroe and James Madison for the laying of UVA’s cornerstone, which marked the beginning of one of the United States’ earliest public institutions. Friday night’s celebration of that event included performances by Hamilton’s Leslie Odom Jr., R&B singer Andra Day, the Goo Goo Dolls and about 800 UVA students and faculty members. The university’s 200th birthday party will continue with a variety of events through final exercises in May 2019.

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—City Councilor Bob Fenwick, who calls the October 7 reappearance of white supremacists “a clear and present danger to the community.”

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They said they’d be back

IN BRIEF Spokeswoman departing

Miriam Dickler, city director of communications, will leave her nearly $91K a year job early in 2018 after five years. During the preparations for Unite the Right in August, Mayor Mike Signer accused her of bordering on “insubordination” for balking at working with a PR firm he wanted to hire. Dickler says she wants to “take some time and consider other opportunities and avenues.”

Bicentennial arrests

An iconic photo from the deadly August 12 rally shows Deandre Harris on the ground in the Market Street Parking Garage, surrounded by a group of white men kicking and beating him. Now, someone has alleged that Harris started the fight, and city police have issued a warrant for his arrest for unlawful wounding.

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The last time Charlottesville saw a major drought was in 2002, when water was so scarce that restaurants started using paper plates and plastic utensils instead of washing dishes. We’re not there yet, but the Rivanna Water & Sewer Authority bumped its drought watch to a drought warning October 5, when water storage at the South Fork Rivanna Reservoir hit 42 percent capacity—which was 100 percent August 3. That’s 370 million gallons, down from 880 million two months ago, and now the city has spoken: Conservation is no longer voluntary.

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UVA police arrested three student protesters for trespassing at the university’s bicentennial celebration October 6. As alumna Katie Couric was introducing the next act, they took the stage and unveiled a banner that read “200 years of white supremacy.” Hannah Russell-Hunter, Joshua Williams and Lossa Zenebe face Class 1 misdemeanors.

UVA alumni/white nationalist Richard Spencer, who was maced by police the last time he was here August 12, showed up at Emancipation Park under cover of dark October 7 for a tiki-torch flash mob that police say started around 7:40pm, lasted approximately five to 10 minutes and consisted of about 40 to 50 people—most wearing what’s become the uniform of neo-Nazis, khakis and white collared shirts. Witnesses identified his alt-right buddies Mike Enoch and Eli Mosley among the mix, but homegrown whites-righter and Unite the Right organizer Jason Kessler, whose August event drew white supremacists from 35 states, according to the Anti-Defamation League, was nowhere to be found. Activist Jalane Schmidt, who saw the flames as she was walking home from work, says the “goons” put out their torches and hopped into vans. Police say they followed them to make sure they left the city. Then came the response. Dozens of UVA students, faculty and community members marched from Emancipation Park to Carr’s Hill, President Teresa Sullivan’s residence, to protest the return of the extreme right-wingers and ask the university’s leader to revoke Spencer’s diploma. Police declared the gathering an unlawful assembly, and attendees dispersed without incident.

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Days after the worst mass shooting in U.S. history, terrified Buford Middle School seventh- and eighth-graders hid behind and under desks October 5 for part of the nearly hour-long incident, according to school officials. Police requested the lockdown because a person believed to be carrying a knife and involved in a rape was seen in the vicinity. Johnson Elementary also was on lockdown.

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he reason prime real estate continues to sit empty on the top two floors of architect Bill Atwood’s eight-story mixed-use Water Street building is a topic of frequent speculation for downtown real estate watchers. Were the top floor units too expensive? Is the building structurally sound? Is it the $272,000 mechanic’s lien? No, yes and no, he tells C-VILLE Weekly. Atwood says he’s kept a low profile lately, but the garrulous architect spills the beans on the project, while wondering why there’s so much interest. “The recession killed me,” he declares. And with nine units left, he says, “To recapture maximum value, you land bank ’em.” More than two years ago, the condos on the top three floors with expansive views went on the market as the priciest offerings downtown at the time, with a 3,600-squarefoot unit listed for $1.6 million. And then —nothing, at least to those peering up from down below. “They were the most expensive persquare-foot units because of the debt,” Atwood says. “It wasn’t what we wanted.” Atwood’s long and winding road in developing the former Downtown Tire site began with his purchase of it from Oliver

Kuttner in 2006 for $4.5 million, and plans that included a mostly residential Waterhouse “village.” When the Board of Architectural Review nixed those plans, next up was a nine-story building with condos and underground parking. Bad timing. The market collapsed and, along with it, his bank, Lehman Brothers. The plans shifted in 2010 when educational travel agency WorldStrides expressed interest in moving from Pantops to downtown. “We designed it for WorldStrides because we had no bank,” says Atwood. “They became our equity.” The city offered tax increment financing, a performance agreement similar to what it’s offered John Dewberry to finish the Landmark. For Waterhouse, after an investment of $20 million and 200 jobs, the project got a rebate on real estate taxes that Atwood says went to pay for 100 parking spaces in the Water Street Garage. In 2011, WorldStrides moved in and now occupies around 65,000 square feet with 450 employees, says Atwood. That’s when Atwood added the eighth floor, something he’s vowed he’ll never do again. When asked if structural problems contributed to the continued vacancies of the unfinished units, Atwood bristles. “It’s steel and concrete and it’s the best building in town. There’s nothing wrong with it. I kind of resent that question.”

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who intervened that Taylor punched him first and he was acting in self-defense. Kesnews@c-ville.com sler, who pleaded guilty to assault April 6, has since said he was just having a bad day. erhaps you’ve heard by now that While it’s certainly been a trend in Charhomegrown white nationalist Jason lottesville to create GoFundMe pages for Kessler was indicted by a grand jury victims of Kessler’s efforts, such as the Unite for perjury and released on bond October 3. the Right rally, Taylor says he can’t in good While the guy who became famous in a conscience create one for himself, though small town for his crusade against Vice-Mayhe’s out $3,000. or Wes Bellamy isn’t commenting on his most “That’s not who I am,” he says. “Though recent moment in the spotlight, the man he this whole thing has kind of derailed me for accused of socking him while out collecting this year and I am behind on a lot of things signatures for a petition to remove the only and could certainly use some help, it isn’t African-American on City Council is. necessarily about me. It’s about the comJay Taylor was charged with assault in the munity and about what harm is being done January 22 incident on the Downtown Mall, to our community. I was the canary in the but the prosecution dropped the misdemeancoal mine.” or when video footage from a nearby surveilKessler’s name became nationally recoglance camera didn’t support the account that nized for his neo-Nazi rally that left three Kessler swore under oath was the truth. dead and many wounded August 12, and Taylor says he’s been pushing Albemarle when City Councilor Kristin Szakos saw it County Commonwealth’s Attorney Robert on the public comment list for the October Tracci to look at the evidence and file charg2 council meeting, she called it “disturbing,” es ever since—and he says anyone who and said, “He is the person who called down knows him could probably tell the accusathe wrath of the far-right on our city.” tion was false from the start. He did not show up to speak, and audi“I would describe myself as a fairly mildence members sprang to their feet to clap mannered guy,” says Taylor, a 54-year-old for the antifa who allegedly drove Kessler Albemarle County artist, craftsman and and members of League of the South, a handyman who was not a stranger to Kessler Southern nationalist group, out of town that when the two had their Downtown Mall day, when they were reportedly spotted scuffle. “I’m not a reactionary. I don’t fight. scouting Emancipation and Justice parks One of my life mottoes is ‘just enough, not and on the Downtown Mall. too much.’” That was also the day someWhen Kessler handed over his one slipped a sheet of paper unclipboard, Taylor says he told der the door of C-VILLE WeekKessler he didn’t vote in the city, ly’s Downtown Mall office. It but wanted to learn more about advertised the “New Byzantium what he was calling for. Project,” and asked people inter“As I was reading the petition, ested in becoming a member of it occurred to me that what he the “premier organization for was after had nothing to do with pro-white advocacy in the 21st Wes Bellamy, or fixing anything,” century” to email Kessler. Taylor says. “All he was trying to “We aim to create a foundado was create chaos, create dis- Jay Taylor, whom Jason cord, continue his hate speech, Kessler claimed under tion by which the European and it didn’t have anything to do oath hit him first, was heritage of the Western world found not guilty when may survive the inevitable colwith making things better.” video surveillance didn’t When he pointed that out, Kes- support Kessler’s story. lapse of the American Empire,” the flier said. “New Byzantium is sler hit him and told the police STAFF PHOTO

a civil rights organization operating through nonviolent action.” One of the alt-right figurehead’s arguments for why he does what he does is that he has the right to, observes Taylor. “I think one of the things that’s becoming more and more clear to me is just because you have the right does not mean you should use it.”

ment, tweeted, “I will no longer associate w/ Jason Kessler; no one should. Heyer’s death was deeply saddening. ‘Payback’ is a morally reprehensible idea.” Tim Gionet, aka Baked Alaska, who was billed as a speaker for Unite the Right, tweeted, “This is terribly wrong and vile. We should not rejoice at the people who

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died in Charlottesville just because we disagree with them.”

A week after his Unite the Right rally, organizer Jason Kessler tweeted, “Heather Heyer was a fat, disgusting Communist. Communists have killed 94 million. Looks like it was payback time.” The next morning, he deleted it, and claimed he’d been hacked. He repudiated the “heinous” tweet, and then admitted to having been on a mixture of drugs and alcohol when he wrote it. “I sometimes wake up having done strange things I can’t remember,” he tweeted. Then he deleted his account. The apology wasn’t enough for some of his former buddies. Here’s what they had to say:

Calling Kessler’s tweet “very gross,” cohost of Nationalist Review and rally attendee James Allsup tweeted, “Assuming this is a real tweet and his account was not hacked, I will no longer attend or cover events put on by Jason Kessler.” And popular alt-right twitter account @ FaustianNation tweeted at Kessler, “Why. Would You. Tweet This. This tweet makes it impossible to defend you, and now the entire rally as you were the main organizer.” In an email to C-VILLE, the Colorado Proud Boys said, “Kessler is not a Proud Boy. His only involvement was participating in a meet up, and being disavowed, and booted out shortly after.”

historic buildings” like the Clock Shop and Escafé are slated for demolition, as well as the not-so-historic ice park. “We kept the building,” he says. “In the end, we lost control of the cost of the building,” says Atwood. “Waterhouse is a rescue mission. We’ve got to get it out of the weeds.” In other Water Street development news, the new home of City Market, Keith Woodard’s West2nd L-shaped complex that will house retail, office, deluxe condos and parking, was supposed to break ground this summer. “We’re looking for a way to move forward,” says Woodard, who says he’s seeking a construction company. “The plans are pretty much good to go,” he says.

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he says there was no contract between his client and Abrahamse. The vacant top floors continue to draw a lot of interest, says Atwood, both as business and residential units, and he sounds unsure which direction he’ll ultimately go. He insists he envisioned Waterhouse as workforce housing. “I made a lot of mistakes,” he says. “It’s really been a struggle. I may have gone too far with the office complex.” As for the delay in filling the building, says Atwood, “We paused. It was smart to pause.” He also notes that he built Waterhouse around the Downtown Tire building, while across Water Street, “low

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Nor is the mechanic’s lien filed by Abrahamse & Company against Waterhouse LLC and HHII LLC a factor, he says. HHII principal Loren Driscoll paid more than $1 million for two units on the sixth floor in 2014. Atwood maintains that Abrahamse did work for Driscoll and that he’s only an intermediary in that. “We did her units,” says Atwood. “She was upset about it.” He says there’s a mechanics lien on both Waterhouse and HHII, and that there’s money to pay the $272K balance in an escrow account. “She needs to release it,” he says. Driscoll’s attorney, David Thomas, disagrees. “The suit is principally between Abrahamse and Waterhouse,” and

Jason Kessler was chased away from his own August 13 press conference. Now, local antifa claim to have chased him off again.

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category. He gave them 21 days to amend their pleading and refile. The code says it’s illegal for any locality “to disturb or interfere with any [war] monuments or memorials so erected, or to prevent its citizens from taking proper measures and exercising proper means for the protection, preservation and care of the same.” Puryear’s pretty sure the Lee and Jackson statues are war memorials. “These are not a couple of old guys out riding on a horse,” he said. “These are Confederate generals.” Plaintiffs also asked the judge to extend the injunction of the removal of the statue until May 2018, but Moore ruled that he would not expand it further than its November expiration date. He did allow the injunction to include the Jackson monument, because City Council also voted to remove that one. Robertson offered to tell the court the full costs of the Unite the Right rally on August 12, and said the “sole purpose” of the deadly white supremacist gathering was to protest the removal of General Lee. Moore called her comment a “red herring,” meant to distract from the questions at hand in the lawsuit. “No one had to show up to confront those people,” Moore said, accompanied by groans from those in favor of tearing the statue down. “The statues didn’t cause anything. People did.” Robertson replied, “Your honor, you don’t have to tell me that.”

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n the case of whether the city’s longstanding General Robert E. Lee statue should remain on its feet, a judge ruled October 4 that a lawsuit protecting it can go forward, and the black shrouds temporarily draped over Lee and his buddy, Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson, can stay. In Charlottesville Circuit Court, S. Braxton Puryear—one of several attorneys representing plaintiffs who want to overrule City Council’s February decision to remove the Lee statue—argued that the tarps could cause irreparable harm to the monuments. “It’s not a shroud, it’s a trash bag,” he said, bringing to mind an image of the statues as giant bags of leaves set out on the curb. The city’s Parks & Recreation department sheathed Lee and Jackson August 23, to mourn the loss of Heather Heyer and two Virginia State Police officers, who died during the August 12 white supremacist rally. “Every minute those covers are in place, there’s harm being done,” Puryear said, and he cited evidence from experts on corrosion and aeronautics, who testified that the tarps could trap moisture that corrodes the statues, or catch like a sail in the wind and blow the whole monument over. A stifled snarl could be heard from someone who appeared to believe Charlottesville winds are incapable of blowing away a massive bronze war memorial. Lisa Robertson, the deputy city attorney representing Charlottesville in the case, motioned to strike all of the plaintiffs’ evidence, and said she doesn’t think the shrouds have caused irreparable harm to the statues. “Like it or not, since the covers have gone on, things seem to have calmed down,” she said. She called City Manager Maurice Jones to the stand, who said Parks & Rec employees intermittently check on the statues and haven’t reported any damages. The shrouds have, however, been ripped from the statues so many times we’ve lost count. Now, Lee and Jackson are surrounded by orange fencing and No Trespassing signs. Judge Richard E. Moore ruled they can stay that way for an undisclosed amount of time, so long as the coverings and barriers are temporary. The judge also ruled that while a Virginia statute protecting war memorials does apply in this case—a major win for the plaintiffs—they have not convinced him that the Lee sculpture falls into that


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“Amaro” is Italian for “bitter,” but for Ivar Aass of Spirit Lab Distilling, there’s something very sweet about this herbal liqueur. Aass moved to Charlottesville in 2012 with a still-small-enough-to-fit-in-his-NewYork-City-apartment oven and a dream of having his own distillery. For the past few years, he’s been making small batches of single-malt whiskey and, recently, he decided to make an amaro, inspired by Charlottesville’s late summer pawpaw bounty. Centuries ago, amari were typically consumed for medicinal purposes, and not just in Italy, but in Hungary, the Netherlands, Germany and France, too. These liqueurs have long been made by mashing some combination of herbs, roots, flowers, citrus peel or even bark in alcohol, mixing them with a sugar syrup and allowing to age in a cask or bottle. Spirit Lab’s Forage Amaro is made with local pawpaws foraged by Aass and his wife, Sarah, plus autumn olive blossoms, green Mohawk pecans and 14 other botanicals. It’s all the rage to use amari as a cocktail component nowadays, but Aass prefers to sip it neat, or poured over a ball of ice, with a splash of vermouth and a twist of orange peel.

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While Red Hub Food Co.’s signature dish, the BBQ Sundae, was featured on a recent episode of the Food Channel’s “Cheap Eats,” the North Carolina-style barbecue shack is also known among locals for its brisket. “Brisket is found pretty much all over the place now, but the meat was originally perfected in Texas,” says owner Ryan Hubbard. “I call it an artisan meat because, although it only has four main ingredients, and sounds simple enough, it’s extremely hard to perfect, and easy to mess up.” Those four ingredients? Meat. Rub. Smoke. And time. Hubbard starts by applying a secret 10-spice rub to a farm-raised pork shoulder, then slow-cooks it in the smoker at 220 degrees for 14 to 16 hours to infuse the meat with a smoky flavor and make it fork-tender. “After that,” says Hubbard, “we wrap it in foil, let it set up and then slice it or chop it.” The result? In Hubbard’s own words: “What would have been a tough cut of meat becomes a delicacy.”

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IS FOR CAKE

Around here, most people know Anita Gupta as a wedding cake queen, having created beautiful tiers for romantic, modern and traditional couples for more than 10 years. But, earlier this year, the baker added a new kind of treat to her offerings: She calls them “pop cakes,” youthful, bright confections that feature a drip and an edible item sticking out of them, generously decorated with lots of sprinkles and confetti. The idea started on a snowy day of baking with her kids— one who loves Pop-Tarts, one who loves cake (“and one who loves ice cream, but I haven’t figured out how to do that yet!” Gupta says). They put the Pop-Tarts on sticks and popped them out of the small cake. From there, it evolved into other items popping out of the cake, too. She’ll make the pop cakes for birthdays, graduations or even retirements, but Gupta can’t resist returning to her roots: “Would love to do a four-tier one for a wedding for a fun couple!” she says.


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Not surprising: Alley Light bar manager Micah LeMon, who once penned The Accidental Bartender blog and has written pieces in these very pages, can pull off such a sharp, useful tome on at-home bartending. Also not surprising: The Imbible, which was released in early September, is nothing short of a thoughtful collection of tips from one of the area’s top tipplers. But that we’d been missing so many opportunities to innovate a classic cocktail on our own? Astonishing.

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28-foot-long kitchen-on-wheels serves up black Angus beef sliders, jalapeno poppers, fried pickles and other offerings perfect for soaking up suds. Pokee Look for this bright blue truck on UVA Grounds: It has a regular gig in front of the amphitheater from 3-10pm weekdays and 11am-10pm on the weekends. The fast-casual restaurant originated in New York City and brought its food truck version—featuring variations of the classic Hawaiian dish of raw fish on a bed of sushi rice with toppings—to Charlottesville earlier this year. Pick a base of rice or greens, then dig into one of five signature bowls: Classic Tuna, Rainbow Salmon, Fifty50, Comfort Chicken or Tofu.

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In the world of Chinese food, the egg roll is almost as ubiquitous as the fortune cookie, but you won’t find Rapture’s version alongside your General Tso’s takeout. The Downtown Mall spot’s so-called Hillbilly Egg Roll is where Asian-American meets southern Virginia cuisine—and the only crunchy egg wrapper in town where you’ll find a coexistence of piping hot pulled pork, gooey goat cheese, crushed peanuts, slaw and Virginia barbeque sauce. We recommend putting down the chopsticks and grabbing a fork at the Downtown Mall eatery to try this collision of cultures.

Dr. Ho’s Humble Pie Earlier this year the North Garden pizza spot did something radical: It launched a food truck without its beloved staple (the owners are tossing around the idea of adding a pizza trailer next year). At this mobile eatery that stops at festivals, wineries and breweries in the area, you’ll find bestsellers like sesame-crusted tuna bahn mi with pickled vegetables and veggie quesadillas made with Caromont Farm goat cheese.

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Puttin’ on the Glitz

Bang!’s Diva martini is a dark purple drink made with Absolut Citron vodka, Pama pomegranate-flavored liqueur, pomegranate juice and white grape juice topped with Cava and a dusting of glitter stars. Occasionally glitter hearts sub in, but Bang! bartenders say that doesn’t sit well with some of the drink’s fans who, in true diva fashion, complain when their treat is topped with something other than sparkling stars.

At a recent fundraiser for Meals on Wheels, hundreds of locals gathered to support food delivery for the ill, aging and convalescing residents of the Charlottesville-Albemarle area who cannot prepare meals for themselves. Fashionably dressed partygoers grazed at tables of fussy finger foods while sipping some of the area’s prime libations, enjoying the gourmet creativity and asking questions about ingredients, some wary of carb levels and afraid of smelling garlicky, while waify types avoided the sampling altogether, preferring to load up on silent auction bids instead. This is not to say that attendees were insensitive or ungenerous, but the ability to be so discerning is a luxury, and funds raised will be directed to serve food that, while nutritious, is in stark contrast. According to Map the Meal Gap, in 2016, there were 143,490 Virginians who fell into the measure of food insecurity. Albemarle County residents make up 9,920 of those, and a combined tally of more than $5 million is the annual food budget shortfall that they experience. Meals on Wheels distributes an average of 230 meals per day and is one of many local nonprofit organizations working to confront hunger. There are a variety of ways to support their work.

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Still hungry

For ways you can help stave off hunger in our community, including making a donation to Meals on Wheels (above), head to this story on c-ville.com.

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Food feeds

2 1. @buds_with_taste It’s obvious how these two UVA students feel about smoothie bowls (fanatical), but they’re also into devouring other corners of the local food scene, from sushi to slices of pie.

3 2. @youwanta_pizza_this The highlight of this one? Puns: “UDON even know how delicious this dinner was”; “Oh my COD this was good”; “I’m GRILLty of eating this whole burger.”

3. @brasserie_saison_dogs A running log of the downtown restaurant’s canine visitors: “Jackson and Chloe have fun on the patio, but Chloe gets embarrassed when Jackson makes faces as strangers. 20/20. Would definitely pet again.”

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Intellectually, we know that looking at food isn’t nearly as good as eating it. But we could be convinced otherwise, thanks two these two Insta feeds (and one about dogs, because cute) from foodobsessed locals.

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Baby, come back

For Mediterranean food-lovers who were up in arms when Parallel 38 abruptly announced its closing in January, owner Justin Ross has another bomb to drop: The mezze mecca reopened on West Main Street last week. “Expect to see a lot of fan favorites from the old location,” he told us in an interview before the re-opening, as we crossed our fingers for a return of the blistered shishitos and goat cheese crème brûlée. “But we are always changing and adapting our menu, and our new location will allow us to be more adventurous, so expect some pretty cool additions.” At 817 West Main, unlike at its former location at the Shops at Stonefield, look out for multiple intimate dining rooms with décor that Ross says will remind diners of the old, the new and the “journey” he and his customers have taken together. “We are just so incredibly happy to once again call ourselves part of the great Charlottesville restaurant community,” Ross says. And we can confirm that the htipiti, labneh and tzatziki have been welcomed back with open arms.

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By the slice

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Parallel 38 owner Justin Ross is glad to be back on the Charlottesville dining scene, with some old favorites and new additions on the menu.

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Known around the world as Turkish pizza, lahmacun is a traditional eastern Turkish dish that has been served for more than 1,000 years. “It’s basically a very soft homemade flatbread that we top with a mixture of ground lamb, onion, tomato, red peppers, red pepper paste and some spices, then cook in the pizza oven,” says Sultan Kebab co-owner Deniz Dikmen.

“It’s an interesting dish, because it is both traditional and also very popular. Visit Turkey and you’ll find many restaurants that make only lahmacun.” As one of Dikmen’s personal favorites, the restaurateur says the dish is great for sharing as an appetizer. “We serve it with greens, so sprinkle some of those on it, give it a squeeze of lemon and roll it to eat,” he says.

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Call us old-fashioned, but we’re used to sipping only liquid when taking a drink of tea. Anything goes at Kung Fu Tea on West Main Street, though, where the “bubbles” offered as drink toppings aren’t bubbles at all. They’re called boba, or tapioca balls, and they add a surprisingly sweet taste and fun texture to your beverage as you suck them through an extra wide straw. Not a bubble drinker? Try mix-ins of crushed Oreos, mango jelly or red bean instead.

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Bubble up

Believe it or not, this simple condiment is the subject of a contentious debate among chefs: to use a store-bought brand? Or make your own? “We make our own aiolis but, for general applications, we use Duke’s,” says Keevil & Keevil Grocery and Kitchen co-owner Harrison Keevil. “This is because it has the best flavor and body for sandwiches, holds up really well to heat and is made in Richmond.” While you might think it would be a no-brainer for a top-notch chef to whip up his own mayo, there’s more to the issue than meets the eye. “Mayonnaise is really simple to make—it’s basically just egg yolks, mustard, salt, pepper and a 50-50 blend of olive oil and veggie oil to round out the flavor,” says Keevil. “The problem, however, is try to incorporate it in a hot dish and it breaks down.” Take, for example, a casserole. “A homemade mayo will break and give you an oil slick on top of the dish,” says Keevil. “But Duke’s won’t do that.” While Keevil says Duke’s is the only mayo he would consider selling in his store, there’s one person he’s not telling: His mom. “She grew up in New York, so she prefers Hellmann’s,” he says with a laugh. “I don’t think it has the viscosity, body or taste of Duke’s, but I won’t hold that against her.”

in a tandoor (cylindrical and very hot) oven, naan is usually served steaming hot and brushed with ghee or clarified butter. Sometimes it’s stuffed with garlic, with vegetables and cheese or, in the case of keema naan, with spiced mincemeat. It’s not all savory, though—you’ll find raisins, coconut and cashews nestled between the soft, bubbly layers of peshawari naan.

Charlottesville has no shortage of Indian restaurants, which means naan aplenty. Milan, Royal Indian and Himalayan Fusion all have a few different variations on their menus, but both Maharaja on Zan Road in Seminole Square and Taste of India on the Downtown Mall offer eight— yes, eight—kinds of naan. Ever since fall arrived, it’s been just what we’ve kneaded.

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On a cold evening, there are few things more satisfying than sopping up a flavorful curry sauce with a folded-up slice of warm, pillowy naan. The leavened flatbread has long been a staple in many Central and Southern Asian cuisines, but here in the U.S. it’s perhaps most commonly consumed with Indian food. Made with wheat flour, yeast, water and either milk or yogurt and baked

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While Charlottesville native Mason Hereford is down in New Orleans frying up a fancy bologna sandwich and topping it with potato chips at his Bon Appétit award-winning restaurant, Turkey and the Wolf, we’re up here in the ’ville like, “Why mess with Oscar Mayer?” At Tip Top Restaurant, you can get a slice of the lunch meat with one or two fried eggs on it and, heck, that’s good enough for us any day (all day, actually, since that’s how long the Pantops spot serves brekkie).

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Fun with food

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A.M. goals

We have no lack of creative baristas in town, but sometimes a concoction invents itself, as with Lone Light’s new honey latte. The combination of espresso, honey from Golden Angels Apiary and hot milk became such a popular special order, it’s been added to the menu and gives us reason to double down on a morning buzz.

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Oh, would that we were kids again. Sure, now that we can use knives responsibly, we get to play around with the real stuff. But there’s just something about felted linguine, like the noodles in this faux food set from Alakazam, that gets us excited about cooking in a way that Giada De Laurentiis never will. (Bonus: It may do the same for your budding Bourdain!)


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Second coming

You can tell an old-timer in Crozet if he refers to the grocery as the IGA, which it was until 1998. What’s now Great Valu is such an institution that when Market Street Market owner Raphael Strumlauf bought it late last year, there was some trepidation in the increasingly gentrified community that he would fancify the “hometown grocery since 1947.” “The first few months, people were very skeptical about what we were going to do,” says Strumlauf. “They thought we were going to turn it into a Fresh Market and raise the prices.” Instead, Strumlauf replaced the shelving and added 3,000 more products. He says he’s lowered prices, and he was thrilled when a customer recently said the store has gotten cheaper. “We want to be a local store and be competitive with big stores,” he says. “You shouldn’t expect people to shop here just because it’s locally owned.” Over the past year, customers have seen a larger produce section with more local and organic items, says Strumlauf. Fresh seafood comes in every Friday morning, and weekends often feature beer and wine tastings.

Crowd pleaser

And more is in store. Strumlauf and his partners, Crozet Shopping Center owners Mark Green and Kurt Wassenaar, are expanding next door. The additional 1,400 square feet or so will house a deli and offer more prepared foods made from scratch, depending on what people say they want, according to Strumlauf. Customer requests have guided what products Great Valu carries, and upon taking over the store, a suggestion box solicited input from shoppers. As for the more down-home specialty items one doesn’t find everywhere, like, for instance, twee pigs feet, they’re still there. “I’ve tried to consciously keep the products that were already in the store,” says Strumlauf. And that’s good news for the next time you need hog jowls.

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Likely born in France’s Loire Valley at least four and a half centuries ago, this grape variety has become extremely popular, in particular in bottlings from Sancerre. Sauvignon Blanc has gone on to create ethereal Bordeaux blanc wines, such as Carbonneau blanc and Pavillon blanc, world-famous Sauternes dessert wines and, more recently in the late 1900s, Mondavi’s Fumé Blanc and the highly aromatic wines of Marlborough, New Zealand. Though famous the world over in its own right, Sauvignon Blanc crossed with Cabernet Franc in the 1600s to create Cabernet Sauvignon. As its parent, Sauvignon Blanc is in the family of some of the world’s most influential international grape varieties. It grows in just about every wine region of the world, including Virginia, where you can find a tasty bottling from Stinson Vineyards in Crozet. Other local producers include Veritas Vineyard & Winery, Barboursville Vineyards and Linden Vineyards.

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Don’t speak

Don’t ask questions, just order it and dive into the tender taco de cabeza from Tacos Gomez food truck at the intersection of Long and East High streets. The delicate rich meat has perfect texture and needs nothing more than its cloak of pressed-toorder tortilla, cilantro and onion to be one of the most popular grabs on the way to work for local restaurant staffers. Tavola bar manager Steve Yang makes a stop for the steamed beef head taco nearly three times a week. He recommends adding “a little squeeze of lime” and your choice of sauce for a perfect bite. TOM MCGOVERN


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Noodling around

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Rice bowls, tofu balls, pho. There are plenty of delicious, comforting food options at Urban Bowl, the Vietnameseand Thai-inspired eatery located in York Place on the Downtown Mall. But as you reach for the tall lunch menu and giggle over the “Thanks pho your tips” sign on the jar near the counter, consider casting an eye toward the small menu of chef’s specials, and then seek out one dish in particular: the green tea noodles. Made from buckwheat and wheat flours and fresh green tea, the green tea noodles are similar to Japanese soba noodles, says chef Kitty Asi, but the green tea gives them an unusual, almost leafy flavor. Ashi adds marinated minced chicken, shrimp, carrots, bell peppers and basil to the noodles before stir-frying the whole shebang in a spicy chili garlic basil sauce that stings the lips just a bit.

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Way to goji

Also known as goji berry, this superfood is best consumed in smoothie form, like the Superman from The Juice Laundry, where the bright red fruit adds a tart note to dates, banana, dragon fruit, blueberries and house almond milk.

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Although Hardywood’s Pilot Brewery & Taproom on West Main is the place where the Richmond-born brewery can play with new ideas, the Virgindia Pale Ale remains one of its bestsellers. One of three flagship brews (also look for Singel and Pils at the brewery and in stores), this easy-drinking IPA clocks in at 5.2 percent ABV, and citrusy Virginiagrown hops and heirloom Virginia barley balance each other out to provide a tropical aroma, delicate body and juicy finish. A pint pairs nicely with most food, but grilled pork, fish or a citrus salad really does the trick.

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Welcome to Mona Lisa Pasta, located at 921 Preston Avenue—between the University and the downtown mall in beautiful and exciting Charlottesville, Virginia. Founded in 2001 by Chef Jim Winecoff, we’re a locally owned and operated Italian deli specializing in fresh, homemade pastas, raviolis, classic Italian sauces, and lasagnas and entrées, all specially packaged to make it simple for you to prepare quick, fresh, and delicious meals at home. At Mona Lisa Pasta, we’re proud to provide the Charlottesville area with homemade Italian meals that we make in-house from fresh, wholesome ingredients. Our goal is to supply everything you need for a complete Italian meal, whether we do the cooking for you or provide the ingredients so that you can add your own special touch. In addition to meals for you and your family, we are available to cater your tailgate party, office event, or any type of meeting or party.

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Dark thoughts

This classic red grape variety from Greece is a popular one thanks to unique characteristics like powerful tannins, intensely colored skins and high acid. In fact, its name translates to “acid black” or “sour black,” in direct reference to its bright acidity and deep-purple skins. Though unrelated to either, it tastes and ages similar to the tannin-laden Nebbiolo, but with the fruit center and bright acidity of Pinot Noir. As a blending grape, Xinomavro contributes to the delicious wines from Rapsani, a wine region on Greece’s Mount Olympus. Xinomavro juice can also be drained from the dark skins and made into a pink sparkling wine. Find Xinomavro on local wine lists at Basil Mediterranean Bistro & Wine Bar, Public Fish & Oyster and Fleurie. Oh, and pro tip: Pronounce it by saying “taxi NO mavro,” but leave off the “ta” in taxi.

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IS FOR ZEST

“We use so much zest. We might use zest more than anyone I know,” says Oakhart Social chef Tristan Wraight, who adds that on any given day, about two-thirds of the fresh citrus in the Oakhart Social fridge will have no zest. From lemons and limes to oranges, grapefruits, clementines, pomelos and tangerines, they’re zesting at the bar and in the kitchen. Citrus zest, imbued with flavorful oils, can be used to finish off a dish as you would use sea salt or olive oil, Wraight explains; it adds bright and light flavor to delicate dishes (like fish and salads) without weighing them down. It can be used in cream concoctions, too, because, un-

like highly-acidic citrus juices, zest can add citrus flavor without curdling a dairy base—it’s why Wraight uses burnt orange citrus peel in the whipped cream topping on Oakhart’s chocolate pot de crème. Zest “imparts the citrus flavor without acidity or liquid and, if you do it right, without any bitterness,” Wraight says. Here’s how to do it right: Get yourself a good microplane (nothing beats the Microplane brand microplane, says Wraight) and some fragrant citrus and use the tool to scrape away just the color layer of the rind. Avoid digging into the white part (the pith), which is better used to make bitters.

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Though jicama—or it’s alias, the Mexican yam bean—was first grown in South and Central America, the sweet and crunchy root vegetable has made its way onto several menus in Charlottesville. That said, we have our sights (and tastes) set on Barbie’s Burrito Barn in Belmont, where owner Barbie Brannock features an über-spicy shaved jicama slaw peppered with radish and cilantro alongside her California Mexican cuisine. Eat it as a side, scoop it with a tortilla strip or pile it on a tostada, for all we care. This sassy slaw is one you won’t want to miss.

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Parents’ Night Out

• October 13 | 5:30-8:30 pm Brooks Family YMCA

Floating Pumpkin Patch • October 20 | 6:30-7:30 pm Crozet YMCA

Healthy Halloween Treats • October 21 | 9-10 am Brooks Family YMCA

Fright Night Teen Night • October 27 | 7-10 pm Crozet YMCA

Halloween Spook-Tacular • October 28 | 12-2 pm

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THROUGH 10/29

CHASING DEMONS

The laughs arrive via I-64 as Liz Carrnage hosts her funny mates from RVA for a night of clean comedy that’s adult in nature, but not explicit. The former Charlottesville resident returns with a lineup that includes Keith Marcell, Brandon Beswick, Richard Woody and Paige Campbell. $5, 6pm. C’ville Coffee, 1301 Harris St. 817-2633.

FRIDAY 10/13

HAND GESTURES

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Michael McGee (left) stars in Conor McPherson’s St. Nicholas, a one-man show about a jaded theater critic who’s obsession with an actress leads him into the cold, soulless world of vampires who challenge his selfish ways. The Los Angeles Times says McGee, who initally performed the play on the West Coast, uses “perfectly inflected cadences [to] sweep us up in McPherson’s signature combination of Irish gift for gab and intricate, tightly paced narrative form.” The role also earned McGee a nomination for an LA Weekly Theater Award for Best Solo Performance. $10-15, 8pm. Gorilla Theater Productions, 1717 Allied Ln., Ste B. gorillatheaterproductions.com.

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Orleans-style jazz. Free, 7pm. Fellini’s, 200 Market St. 979-4279.

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The Weedeaters. Local string band that plays a wide range of music including blues, bluegrass, old-time and swing. Free, 6:30pm. The Whiskey Jar, 227 W. Main St., Downtown Mall. 202-1549.

Dhara Goradia and Friends. Bassist and composer leads a trio of young local musicians that brings a fresh new sound to modern jazz, fusion and world music. Free, 6:30pm. The Bebedero, 225 W. Main St., Downtown Mall. 234-3763. Jazz Collective #9. Enjoy bop, swing, Latin and funky soul jazz with a chill vibe. Free, 6:30pm. Fellini’s, 200 Market St. 979-4279. Matthew Willner and Enemies. Local guitarist and artist plays with his rotating lineup of musicians. 21-plus. Free, 10pm. Rapture, 303 E. Main St., Downtown Mall. 293-9526. Open Mic Night. Josh Mayo hosts an open mic night where collaboration is encouraged. Free, 9pm. Holly’s Deli and Pub, 1221 E. Market St. 282-2713. Timeless. Get the night started right.  Free, 7pm. Durty Nelly’s, 2200 Jefferson Park Ave. 295-1278.

stage Comedy Open Mic Night. Showcase your talent, try out new material or take in the best local comedy that Charlottesville has to offer with host and comedian Chris Alan. Free, 7pm. The Southern Café and Music Hall, 103 S. First St. 977-5590. Much Ado About Nothing. While the villainous Don John devises a scheme to shatter the nuptials of Claudio and Hero, the young lovers conspire to trick Beatrice and Benedick into admitting their love. $21-60, 7:30pm. American Shakespeare Center, 10 S. Market St., Staunton. (540) 885-5588.

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Thursday 10/12 music Breastfist. Sexy grooves and creamy vocals create a strange original sound followed by funky jams from Two Ton Trapezoid. $8, 7:30pm. The Ante Room, 219 Water St. 284-8561. King Golden Banshee. Traditional Irish tunes with a folky spin. Free, 5:30pm. The Market at Grelen, 15091 Yager Rd., Somerset. (540) 672-7268.

Memphis Blues. Bluesy tunes for your listening pleasure. Free, 6:30pm. Tavern on the James, 280 Valley St., Scottsville. 286-3500.

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Stan Hamrick. Classic acoustic Americana, with the best of vintage sounds from a wide range of genres. $7, 7pm. C’ville Coffee, 1301 Harris St. 817-2633.

Liz Carrnage. Richmond comic and a few of her funny mates make the trip over from Richmond for a night of laughs. With Keith Marcell, Brandon Beswick, Richard Woody and Paige Campbell. $5, 6pm. C’ville Coffee, 1301 Harris St. 817-2633.

The Jangling Sparrows. Alternative country and roots rock. 21-plus. Free, 10:30pm. The Whiskey Jar, 227 W. Main St., Downtown Mall. 202-1549.

Pilobolus. Internationally acclaimed dance collective renowned for its unique and diverse collaborations that ignore preconceived barriers between creative disciplines. $39-54, 8pm. The Paramount Theater, 215 E. Main St., Downtown Mall. 979-1333.

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Peter and the Starcatcher. Embrace the endless possibilities of imagination in this action-packed coming-of-age prequel to Peter Pan. $21-60, 7:30pm. American Shakespeare Center, 10 S. Market St., Staunton. (540) 885-5588.

Christianity is Madness: Kierkegaard and the Academy. Professor Stanley Hauerwas explains his search for understanding the relationship between faith and religion, and his discovery of the importance of the church. Free, 6pm. UVA, Nau Hall Room 101, 1540 Jefferson Park Ave. 244-2839.

St. Nicholas. A Dublin theater critic falls for a young actress, strikes out and then starts working for vampires. $10-15, 8pm. Gorilla Theater, 1717 Allied St., Ste. B. 547-7986.

MFA Reading Series. UVA creative writing students Sasha Stein Prevost and Anna Beecher read from their new work. Free, 8pm. New Dominion Bookshop, 404 E. Main St., Downtown Mall. 295-2552.

etc. Blue Ridge Battle Of The Bras. Area gentlemen-turned-runway models will wear the most unique fashions, all created and put together by the models themselves. $25-500, 6:30pm. The Ante Room, 219 Water St. 284-8561. Ghost and Mystery Walking Tour. Follow a true crime story from the night of the murder to the outcome of the trial. $5-15, 8pm. Tell Me About It Tours, 112 W. Main St., Downtown Mall. 760-0525.

Saturday 10/14 music Alligator. All-star group playing early, vintage Grateful Dead. With Beatles tribute band Das Homage. Part of WTJU’s Freefall concert series. Free, 5pm. IX Art Park, 522 Second St. SE. 218-8686 An Lar. Fine Irish music from a host of Irish musicians. Free, 5pm. Tin Whistle Irish Pub, 609 E. Market St. 202-8387. CONTINUED ON PAGE 45

Sharon Harrigan. Writer reads from her new memoir, Playing with Dynamite, in which she seeks understanding of her father who died in a bizarre accident when she was 7. Free, 6pm. New Dominion Bookshop, 404 E. Main St., Downtown Mall. 295-2552.

Friday 10/13 music Beppe Gambetta. Italian flat-picking guitar maestro debuts his new CD. Part of the Prism Coffeehouse series. $16-18, 7pm. C’ville Coffee, 1301 Harris St. 817-2633. Bob Bennetta. Jazz piano from one of the finest. Free, 6pm. Fellini’s, 200 Market St. 979-4279. Cool Lane. Local band brings the jams. Free, 5pm. Wegmans Food Market, 100 Wegmans Way. 529-3200. David Dunn Colloquium. Composer and bio-acoustic researcher explores the limits of musical language. Free, 3:30pm. UVA, Old Cabell Hall.924-3052. DJ 2 Low. Mixing it up. $5, 8:30pm. Tavern on the James, 280 Valley St., Scottsville. 286-3500. Duo Boheme. Elegant gypsy jazz tunes from a talented pair of musicians. Free, 6pm. Wegmans Food Market, 100 Wegmans Way. 5293200.

Patrick Coman. A tapestry of red dirt and Midwestern twang, and Kate Bollinger’s honey-like vocals. $7, 9pm. Twisted Branch Tea Bazaar, 414 E. Main St., Downtown Mall. 293-9947.

Jon Spear Band. Unique and memorable music from an exceptional blues band. Free, 6pm. Glass House Winery, 5898 Free Union Rd., Free Union. 975-0094.

Runaway Gin. Theatrical Phish tribute band playing classic tunes with an original twist. $10-12, 8pm. The Southern Café and Music Hall, 103 S. First St. 977-5590.

Mojo Pie. Acoustic duo plays originals and some covers. Free, 7pm. Durty Nelly’s, 2200 Jefferson Park Ave. 295-1278. One Last Chance. Punk rock band plays a unique blend of music. Free, 10pm. Fellini’s, 200 Market St. 979-4279.

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Nick and Steve Pollack. Father-son acoustic rock outfit. Free, 7pm. Durty Nelly’s, 2200 Jefferson Park Ave. 295-1278.

The Michael Elswick Gathering. Epic jazz ensemble influenced by hard bop and New

Sheila Browne. Famed American-Irish concert violist with a distinct, stylish sound. Free, 8pm. UVA, Old Cabell Hall. 924-3052.

Henry VI, Part 3. In Shakespeare’s brilliant, brutal and innovative play, England’s royal cousins play a deadly game of thrones. $2160, 7:30pm. American Shakespeare Center, 10 S. Market St., Staunton. (540) 885-5588.

The Rocky Horror Picture Show. In the fall of 1975 at Camp Denton High, two engaged lovers named Brad and Janet sneak away from a wedding and into a Transylvanian castle. With a live shadowcast experience by Charming Underclothes. $10-15, 8pm. IX Art Park, 522 Second St. SE. 218-8686.

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LUA. A blend of original and traditional Mexican and Appalachian tunes, and songs from the Atlantic Basin. Free, 6:30pm. The Bebedero, 225 W. Main St. 234-3763.

Renee Ruth Duo. Singer-songwriter with broad influences performs with a newgroove dance band. Free, 7pm. Wild Wolf Brewery, 2461 Rockfish Valley Hwy., Nellysford. 361-0088.

Tyler Dick. Rock out with friends. Free, 10pm. Fellini’s, 200 Market St. 979-4279.

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Locked and Loaded: Armed Fiction. Join Betty Joyce Nash and Deirdra McAfee as they read and discuss their new book, Locked and Loaded: Armed Fiction, a collection of stories by a variety of writers. Free, 5pm. WriterHouse, 508 Dale Ave. 296-1922.

Rapunzel’s Open Mic. Bring a song to share or just listen. $2, 8pm. Rapunzel’s Coffee and Books, 924 Front St., Lovingston. 263-6660.

The Crucible. Arthur Miller’s classic play about a small Massachusetts town under siege not by the witchcraft it fears, but by the deceit and paranoia that spreads through its Puritan citizens like wildfire. $15, 8pm. Four County Players, 5256 Governor Barbour St., Barboursville. (540) 832-5355.

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Bachata Fusion. Edwin Roa teaches an introductory bachata lesson before DJ Butchata plays an eclectic Latin mix for a social dance. $5-8, 8pm. The Ante Room, 219 Water St. 284-8561.

Open Music Jam. Instrumental and vocal jam open to the public. Free, 7pm. James River Brewery, 561 Valley St., Scottsville. 286-7837.

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hile playing a 30-minute set at Lockn’ in 2014, Erin & The Wildfire guitarist Ryan Lipps broke a string on every guitar he brought, so to cover the lag in the “squeeze-in-asmuch-you-can-set,” drummer Nick Quillen told a long, drawn-out joke. “It wasn’t exactly the best thing we’ve ever done, but it was certainly memorable,” Quillen says about the bandmates always having each other’s backs. There have been many on-stage jokes in the five years the Charlottesville-based band has been performing. Quillen, Lipps, bassist Matt Wood and powerhouse vocalist Erin Lunsford met at UVA. Recent additions include Garen Dorsey on saxophone and keys and Austin Patterson on trumpet, who Lunsford says Erin & The Wildfire release Thirst at the Southern on helped the group transition from October 13. folksy Americana to funk and soul. On Thirst, the band’s debut, Lunsford Even when bandmates caught the flu and draws on her bandmates’ support to tell Lunsford couldn’t sing due to a head cold, stories of heartbreak, angst and unrequited she says recording was a “jolly” experience. love. “Great Love” recounts lessons learned “I don’t know of any other thing I could from a painful breakup. be doing with the same people for 12 hours “I’ve had all these misses and I’ve reala day, and not be in a bad mood at the end ized what I need and want, and it’s a great of the day,” says Quillen. love. It’s a release, a surrender of sorts,” Quillen is most proud of the album’s Lunsford says. “I feel like I need the support bookends, “Every Single Song On My CD Is of my friends to say things like that.” Gonna Be A Hit, Pt. I” and “Every Single The album takes listeners on a sensory Song On My CD is Gonna Be A Hit, Pt. II,” journey, as space, textures and grooves waft calling them a nod to funk forefathers and from track to track. “Thirsty for Your Love” the band’s inspirations, which include Stevie opens with sounds reminiscent of stalactites Wonder, The Jackson 5 and Vulfpeck. dripping in caverns, seeping into jazzy “Pt. I” features Rodell Tolliver, a friend horns, guitar and drum riffs, while of the band, who explains the differences Lunsford croons, “Ache in my temple / between gold-, platinum- and diamondthere’s a throb in my chest. / Just one little certified records. “Pt. II” acts as a reprieve— sip / and I’m obsessed.” ending with a charming decade-old voiceThe track “Hot Slice,” the album’s artmail of Lunsford’s father singing “I Just work and a recent photo shoot of the band Called to Say I Love You.” members all reference a shared passion for Known for her range and powerful vocals, pizza. Quillen says a running joke when Lunsford’s talent is refined on this album. “I they’re on the road is finding the nearest keep thinking ‘less is more,’ over and over Sheetz and ordering tons of food. again, with my singing, playing and writing,” “The guys in The Wildfire are some of she says. “The band has grown so much. I the most fun-loving, easygoing and positive would say we’re the best we’ve ever been at people you’ll ever meet,” Lunsford says. this point.”

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ARTS THE WORKS Saturday 10/14 Brennan Gilmore and Andy Thacker. Original compositions and favorite selections from Appalachian traditions and beyond. $15-18, 8pm. The Front Porch, 221 E. Water St. 242-7012. Brett Young. Soulful vocals and heartfelt lyrics from this country pop singer-songwriter. With Carly Pearce. $29-99, 8:30pm. The Jefferson Theater, 110 E. Main St., Downtown Mall. 245-4948. Doo Wop Sing-along. Bring your voice and a love of oldies and doo-wop for this singalong led by Joan Fenton and Bill Adams and hosted by the Downtown Business Association. Free, 2:30pm. Emancipation Park, Market St. 977-7607. Eric Franzen. Jazz pianist rips up the ivories. Free, 6pm. Fellini’s, 200 Market St. 979-4279. Hound Dog Hill String Band. Traditional acoustic music influenced by the Shenandoah Valley’s rich musical heritage. $8, noon. Adventure Farm & Vineyard, 1135 Clan Chisholm Ln., Earlysville. 971-8796. Iron Lion. Reggae band brings a unique vibe to the stage. $5, 8:30pm. Tavern on the James, 280 Valley St., Scottsville. 286-3500. James Tamelcoff. Madison native performs music genres ranging from 1950s rock ‘n’ roll to classic country to blues and modern country with a touch of Johnny Cash. Free, 2pm. DuCard Vineyards, 40 Gibson Hollow Ln., Etlan. (540) 923-4206. Outlaw Bubba McCauley. Local musician plays outlaw country. Free, 4pm. James River Brewery, 561 Valley St., Scottsville. 286-7837. Ragged Mountain String Band. High-energy old-time fiddle and banjo tunes of life, love, lust and loss. Free, 2:30pm. Albemarle CiderWorks, 2545 Rural Ridge Ln., North Garden. 297-2326. Randy Johnston Trio. Jazz, blues and beyond. Free, 10pm. Fellini’s, 200 Market St. 979-4279.

Settle Down Jack. An eclectic mix of rock, pop, jazz and R&B. Free, 7pm. Wild Wolf Brewery, 2461 Rockfish Valley Hwy., Nellysford. 361-0088. Sheila Browne Viola Masterclass. Workshop led by internationally acclaimed violist. Free, 10am. UVA, Old Cabell Hall. 924-3376. Skeete and Sweetlick’s Annual All Black Affair. Peaches Johnson hosts this party with music provided by DJ Purple Haze. 21-plus. $10, 10pm. The Ante Room, 219 Water St. 284-8561.

The Pollocks. Reflective rock songs. Free, 6:30pm. The Batesville Market, 6624 Plank Rd., Batesville. 823-2001.

Tommy Castro and the Painkillers. Driving, blues-soaked, soul-baring music. $22-25, 6pm. The Southern Café and Music Hall, 103 S. First St. 977-5590.

stage A Delicate Balance. See listing for Friday, October 13. $20-25, 8pm. Live Arts, 123 E. Water St. 977-4177. Henry VI, Part 3. See listing for Thursday, October 12. $21-60, 7:30pm. American Shakespeare Center, 10 S. Market St., Staunton. (540) 885-5588. Love’s Labour’s Lost. The King of Navarre and his three “schoolmates” are ripe for an education in love from the Princess of France and her three ladies. $29-60, 2pm. American Shakespeare Center, 10 S. Market St., Staunton. (540) 885-5588. The Crucible. See listing for Friday, October 13. $15, 8pm. Four County Players, 5256 Governor Barbour St., Barboursville. (540) 832-5355.

words Art of Recklessness: Surprise Others. A discussion on ways in which a writer can both create and subvert readers’ expectations through forms, rhyme schemes and other methods. $30, 11am. WriterHouse, 508 Dale Ave. 296-1922.

etc. Ghost and Mystery Walking Tour. See listing for Friday, October 13. $5-15, 8pm. Tell Me About It Tours, 112 W. Main St., Downtown Mall. 760-0525. Pre-Film Festival Party. Come out for a screening, snacks and some news about the Virginia Film Festival, including a preview of the Jewishand Israeli-themed films that will be shown at the festival. $20, 7pm. Congregation Beth Israel, 301 E. Jefferson St. 202-8822.

Sunday 10/15 music A Night of Sufi Music. A concert of ghazals, sufi music and semi classical north Indian genres. Free, 7pm. UVA, Old Cabell Hall. 924-3376. Bayou Faux Pas. Hot mix of Cajun twosteps, waltzes and other songs. Free, noon. Fellini’s, 200 Market St. 979-4279. Bennie Dodd. A mixture of country-rock, Motown, bluegrass and Americana. Free, 5pm. Durty Nelly’s, 2200 Jefferson Park Ave. 295-1278. Central Virginia Blues Society Electric Jam. Some of the finest amateur and professional blues musicians. Free, 1pm. The Batesville Market, 6624 Plank Rd., Batesville. 823-2001. Julien Baker. Genuinely deep, surprisingly dark stories told in alternative indie rock format. With Half Waif. $16-18, 7pm. The Jefferson Theater, 110 E. Main St., Downtown Mall. 245-4948. Koda Kerl. Chamomile and Whiskey band member plays a solo set. Free, 2:30pm. Blue Mountain Brewery, 9519 Critzers Shop Rd., Afton. (540) 456-8020.

Tony LaRocco. Pale Blue Dot frontman plays a solo set. Free, 7pm. Durty Nelly’s, 2200 Jefferson Park Ave. 295-1278.

Les Canards Chantants. A cappella vocal ensemble specializing in music of the Renaissance presents a program of music from the time of the Reformation. Free, 4pm. Westminster Presbyterian Church, 400 Rugby Rd. 963-4690.

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or most of her life, Sharon Harrigan has been haunted by questions surrounding her father’s death: He died in Michigan when she was 7, and the exact cause was shrouded in a fog. Her debut memoir, Playing with Dynamite, is about finding the courage to ask questions, to question her own memory and ultimately to question the stories we tell ourselves. But as she writes in the book, “It’s harder to untell than tell a story.” But this is what her memoir does. It pulls at the threads to unstitch a story she has told herself all of her life, and then stitches together a retelling. She began by talking to her family about her father. “The first thing I found out is that my brother and I remembered things very differently,” says Harrigan. “That was kind of the impetus for the book.” She wondered, “how does the way that we block memories, even as small children, not knowing what we’re doing—maybe as a coping mechanism—how does that change our ideas and memories?” Given this premise, Harrigan structures the memoir as a journey of discovery as she sifts through her family’s collective memory. The reader perches like a fly on the wall as she moves from Michigan to New York to Paris to Charlottesville. She realized, she says, “I had to make my search, my quest, visible.” This requires a certain amount of vulnerability that, perhaps, fiction does not. “I think there’s a reason that a lot of people who eventually come out with a memoir start by telling the story in a different genre,” says Harrigan. “It is very hard to be that naked on the page.” She, in fact, did first attempt to write her family’s story as a novel. But, she says, “I was still obsessed with my father’s story and I realized that to go deep enough I actually had to tell the truth.”

Sharon Harrigan reads from her memoir, Playing with Dynamite, at New Dominion Bookshop on October 12. She will discuss the genre with Jennifer Niesslein at WriterHouse on November 2.

Piece by piece, memory by memory, she reconstructs her father on the page. The resultant man is someone who adapts to life with only one hand after a dynamite accident, who feels compelled to perpetually prove himself and remains a risk-taker, a characteristic that pushes him to drive in dense fog where his life is cut short. Yet he is not the only one in the story who takes risks. Harrigan explains that the jacket design of her book—the cursive text of the title igniting an explosion—is “supposed to show that it’s the words themselves that are the fuse. That the person playing with dynamite is not only my father but me, the writer. Writing our stories is inherently taking a big risk.” In writing memoir, Harrigan sees the risk from potential judgment by others or causing harm to people she loves. The self-examination and introspection required also left her open to self-judgment. There is a moment in the book when she realizes that one of the stories she told herself was that her brother was the kind of kid who got bullied, rather than considering the possibility that her father could be a bully and she, herself, a victim, too. She recognizes how victimhood in our culture can be this monolithic thing that doesn’t allow for complexity, for strength. She writes, “We tell ourselves stories, sometimes, at the expense of others.” And as much as the book is about her father, in her journey she learns more about her mother, too. “I realized at a certain point that I went looking for my father and found my mother,” she says. “I started with a lot of questions and some of them I don’t have definitive answers for, but some of them I feel like I do.” More importantly, she is no longer afraid to ask.

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The Seven Bends. Blending improvised rock ‘n’ roll jams that take the song to a cosmic level and beyond. 21-plus. Free, 10:30pm. The Whiskey Jar, 227 W. Main St., Downtown Mall. 202-1549.

Women Against Violence: Let There Be Peace. The Virginia Women’s Chorus presents its second annual Women Against Violence Concert. $5-10, 8pm. UVA, Old Cabell Hall. 924-3376.

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Slumber Drones. Laid-back rock. With Coy Pong and Romaine. $7, 9pm. Twisted Branch Tea Bazaar, 414 E. Main St., Downtown Mall. 293-9947.

Vincent Zorn. Gypsy guitarist with a unique percussive style and stunning strumming rhythms. Free, 7:30pm. The Bebedero, 225 W. Main St. 234-3763.

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Rapunzel’s Songwriters Contest. The area’s best songwriters compete for cash and prizes at the venue’s 15th annual songwriting contest. $15, 7:30pm. Rapunzel’s Coffee and Books, 924 Front St., Lovingston. 263-6660.

and This Hollow Machine. $8, 7:30pm. The Ante Room, 219 Water St. 284-8561.

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here’s no disputing that digital music and online platforms have radically changed how we listen to and discover music. The DIY scene has aced this technological inroad, benefiting from the access and control it gives to up-and-coming artists. Today’s unsigned musicians release their own music, book their own shows, eschew mainstream media and feel a tighter connection with fans. What follows is a look at two of those musicians, both of whom are appearing at the Jefferson this week.

sources, which I’m really aware of,” Baker says. “I never, ever want to perpetuate that mythos of the overnight success. There’s so many people who helped me get to where I am.” Baker’s sophomore album, Turn Out The Lights, comes out at the end of the month and will be her first release on Matador Records. The collection of stunning songs woven with piano and strings marks a sonic growth from the sparse guitar recordings. “I think the years of growing up and touring in a DIY band really humanized the idea of an audience to me because when there’s 20 people at a show, the person that’s buying your T-shirt is literally putting gas in your car,” Baker says. “... music and the experience of sharing music is the most important thing in the world to me.” —Desiré Moses

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Nandi Rose Plunkett always seems to be seeking home in Half Waif, her synth-pop project. Her feelings about home, while on and off the road, are reoccurring themes that run through the lyrics and electronic melodies crafted on her recent album, form/a. For Plunkett, being a musician and the daughter of a refugee—her mother’s family left Lahore after it became part of Pakistan and relocated to Uganda before dispersing to the U.S. and the U.K.—has led to reflection on a nomadic lifestyle. “I think home has been such an important thing that I wanted to find and create in my life, so it’s interesting that I chose a career in which I am constantly on the road and away from home,” says Plunkett. “That probably intensifies my desire to make a home even more.” For the past five months, Plunkett has been living in Chatham, New York, with her two bandmates while working on a new

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Alt-rock musician Julien Baker recorded her critically acclaimed debut, Sprained Ankle, at Richmond’s Spacebomb Studio. Her follow up, Turn Out The Lights, is due from Matador on October 27.

album that’s tentatively titled Lavender. She explains that being connected to nature is essential to her ability to thrive creatively. “I feel like, for me, in order to create from a place of being deeply in touch with myself it helps to have quiet surroundings and an ecosystem that exists outside of myself,” says Plunkett.

Recently, after crossing the pond to England for her grandmother’s funeral, Plunkett was able to revisit the home that her grandmother lived in for the past 57 years. She “had lavender in her garden and she would boil it on the stove to create a nice smell in the house,” recalls Plunkett. “It feels really good to be working on this now. Lavender has taken on an even greater meaning for me. It’s kind of a talisman and a connection to her.” In addition to the coming album, Half Waif recently announced a vinyl reissue of Probable Depth, which debuted in May of last year and features the single “Turn Around.”

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Plunkett also released the nine-minute track “Dream Cycle” in tandem with the announcement. She describes the sprawling track, recorded back in 2014, as being a bundle of verses and choruses that have been stitched together. “It kind of mimics the nature of dreams. You’re in one scenario and then suddenly you’re in another and you’re like ‘How did I get here?’ but somehow it still all makes sense within the scope of your dream.” — Anita Overcash

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Touring synth-pop musician Half Waif (Nandi Rose Plunkett) views the feminist battle from the stage. In a June interview with Esquire, she said: “I feel caught, against my will, in some idiotic pantomime of no progress. No, I am not someone’s girlfriend trying to sneak back into the green room before a show. Yes, I understand how my own gear works and have, in fact, built up the muscles to carry it. Don’t turn down my vocals in the mix. Don’t ignore me when you high-five my bandmates one by one. And don’t call me ‘The Girl.’”

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There are generally two defining moments in a young music-lover’s life: when a family member, teacher or friend introduces her to an album, and when she discovers an artist on her own for the very first time. When we look outside of the mainstream, that feeling of discovery can be all the more formative because musical genres spawn scenes, which spawn communities. Hailing from Memphis, Tennessee, 22-yearold singer-songwriter Julien Baker found her musical lineage outside of the legacies and institutions of Stax, Sun Records and Beale Street. “In seventh grade, I started going to shows at the skate park, and the skate park was like the Mecca of alternative slash hardcore slash metalcore music,” she says. “Before then, the only alternative music that I had been made aware of was through VH1 and MTV.” In the early 2000s, the skate park was booked by Smith7 Records, a collective promoting all-ages music. “I found out that they had shows at their house and that people who were not famous played those shows and it blew my mind,” Baker explains. “The shows that I had seen before then either were huge rock acts like Foo Fighters or something...[with] this separation between performer and audience that was kind of an unobtainable mystique.” Baker found her footing in the DIY community, playing house shows with her band Forrister. “I think what I crave and adore so much about performing live is the leveling that it does with everybody in the room,” she says. Baker was still performing with Forrister when she joined the audio production program at Middle Tennessee State University and met Michael Hegner, who had an internship at Matthew E. White’s Spacebomb Studio in nearby Richmond, Virginia. Hegner invited her in to record some demos, and the result was her nine-song debut, Sprained Ankle, which was rereleased by 6131 Records after she shared it on her Bandcamp page. Sprained Ankle became one of the most lauded alternative records of 2015, and since then, Baker has gained a reputation as one of the most honest, heartfelt songwriters around. “So many things that have happened positively in my musical career have been a result of people in my immediate community, you know, sphere, intervening and offering their re-


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from which the characters imbibe plays a big role, Smith says. “I think Claire drinks 15 drinks in 45 minutes,” she adds. And yet, she says, “As much as families have dysfunction, it does not deny that they love each other.” The play also looks at fear through the mysterious terror that drives Harry and Edna to Agnes and Tobias’ house. Smith says, “Agnes defines it as a disease, a plague, so to speak... I think it’s a state of mind where you get to this point in your life where you have this house, you go to the club, and all of a sudden there’s nothing.” Smith theorizes that Harry and Edna’s terror may stem from a lack of self-awareness. “They don’t know who they are,” she says. “They don’t know what they are to each other.” Smith, who moved to Charlottesville in 1987 and co-founded Live Arts in 1990, says she understands the play better now than she did 30 years ago. While she has also acted throughout her career she was drawn to directing because, as the six-foottall, oldest of five children, she’s “always been

in a leadership position just naturally.” But it appeals to the former student of sculpting for another reason. “There’s a blocking component that is really kind of exciting for me, to be able to create beautiful pictures with human beings,” she says. This production offered a particular challenge since it is done in the round, requiring “every movement to be accessible on all four sides.” She says her assistant director, Tim

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White, provides a balance (fitting for the play’s title) to her direction. “He’s the one who pays attention to what lines they’re saying where I’m more of a visual person,” she says. “So we’re a great team. I’m really grateful for all the talent I’m working with.”

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his week Live Arts opens its season by inviting the public into an intimate theater in the round to observe the interior lives of family and friends in Edward Albee’s 1967 Pulitzer Prize-winning drama, A Delicate Balance. Director Fran Smith says it is an eloquent work that “centers around family dysfunction.” The setting is Westchester County, 1966, inside the home of an upper-middle-class couple, Agnes (played by Boomie Pedersen) and Tobias (Chris Baumer). Also living in the house is Agnes’ alcoholic sister Claire (Jamie Virostko). As the play begins, their adult daughter Julia (Kiri Gardner) returns home when her fourth marriage ends, and their best friends, Harry (Tim Read) and Edna (Jane McDonald)—frightened by some unknown terror—ask to stay in the house. Tension builds even while humor ripples throughout as Harry and Edna take over Julia’s childhood bedroom, Claire addresses her alcoholism as she continues to drink, Agnes toys with the idea of the fragility of sanity (and, by extension, the functionality of her family) and Tobias finds himself lonely among the women. “The thing that’s fun about the play,” Smith says, “is what if your neighbor came in and said, ‘Can I go to bed?’ It’s that kind of humor.” And, she says, “The juxtaposition of characters in this play is such that there’s wonderful theatrical tension with beautiful words.” And while the play provides a snapshot of our culture 50 years ago, the family and social issues it addresses are still relevant today. “Times change, but people don’t,” Smith says. “Albee only changed two things in the rewrite before he died. Having just seen a reiteration of it he said, ‘It’s still timely’—and it is.” It addresses addiction, the emotional labor of maintaining a household, the pressures of adulthood and the fear of aging. The bar

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Sunday 10/15 Settle Down Jack. An eclectic mix of rock, pop, jazz and R&B. Free, 3pm. James River Brewery, 561 Valley St. Scottsville. 286-7837.

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Small Town Rodeo. A mix of bluegrass, outlaw country, classic rock, Americana and roots music to please cowboys and city slickers alike. Free, 2:30pm. Albemarle CiderWorks, 2545 Rural Ridge Ln., North Garden. 297-2326. Travis Elliott. Local singer and guitarist takes on songwriting subjects from love to spaceships, both badly in need of repair. With Tucker Rogers. $8, noon. Adventure Farm & Vineyard, 1135 Clan Chisholm Ln., Earlysville. 971-8796. Travis Elliott. See listing above. 21-plus. Free, 10pm. Rapture, 303 E. Main St., Downtown Mall. 293-9526.

stage Much Ado About Nothing. See listing for Wednesday, October 11. $25-60, 2pm. American Shakespeare Center, 10 S. Market St., Staunton. (540) 885-5588.

The Crucible. See listing for Friday, October 13. $15, 2:30pm. Four County Players, 5256 Governor Barbour St., Barboursville. (540) 832-5355.

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Latin Guitar Night. Miles Pearce and Humberto Sales play mellow Latin classical guitar tunes. Free, 6:30pm. The Bebedero, 225 W. Main St. 234-3763.

etc. Unfinished Spaces. In 1961, three young, visionary architects were commissioned by Fidel Castro and Che Guevara to create Cuba’s National Art Schools, but were halted by the revolution. Forty years later, Castro has invited the exiled architects back to finish their unrealized dream. Part of the Fralin Downtown Film Series. Free, 7pm. Violet Crown Charlottesville, 200 W. Main St. (512) 495-9600.

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role in government. The supporting cast is terrific as well, with Akhtar’s simmering anger toward the British Empire chief far underutilized. Eddie Izzard as Bertie—later known as King Edward, Victoria’s heir— cannot stand the insult of a commoner having a closer relationship with his mother than her own son. He is enjoyable, as always, in the role, but like anything else of quality in this film, the solid performance is reduced to one note. The irony of Abdul leaving the employment of a prison to serve another who feels caged by her privilege is totally unexplored. Though Fazal is a joy to watch, his character has little depth beyond his optimism, and he’s strangely absent for what feels like half the film. Perhaps if we saw this from his perspective as often as hers, Victoria & Abdul might be something interesting. Instead, we are left with the same boring redundancy masquerading as sophistication that made the queen herself feel trapped.

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he story of Queen Victoria and Abdul Karim—“the Munshi”—is one worth telling. Karim, a humble clerk in Agra, was invited to participate in a ceremony for the queen, which resulted in the initiation of a peculiar friendship that defied convention and stirred controversy among the Royal Court. All of the ingredients are there: class antagonism, racial divide, the relationship between rulers and their subjects, colonialism, you name it. Why, then, did director Stephen Frears, a real talent and a solid intellect, make Victoria & Abdul a comedy? The massive failures in doing so are two-fold: First, there are no jokes, only reaction shots of snooty, scandalized aristocrats. If you’ve seen How High or Dunston Checks In, you already know these gags. The second is that all of the juicy storytelling bits that might have made this interesting are whittled away in favor of two-dimensional characters and unevenness in tone when Frears decides to get serious. Ultimately, it’s

another is genuine, not simply one demanded by the script. Fazal is charming, optimistic, always light on his feet, and ought to appear in Western films more often. Dench delivers an airtight performance as usual, capturing the dignity of royalty against the indignity of being a monarch with no privacy and a continually shrinking

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a pointless exercise in keeping talented performers employed between better projects. We meet Abdul (Ali Fazal) in Agra in 1887, where he works as a clerk in the local prison. There, he is invited to present a ceremonial coin to the queen (Judi Dench) as part of the Golden Jubilee festivities. He was chosen because he helped select carpets that were sent to the palace, and because he is tall and rather handsome. The other man sent with him, Mohammed (Adeel Akhtar), is shorter and stout, another thing that is meant to be funny. Upon arriving in England, they run through the ceremony: how to walk, how to bow, and under no circumstances are they to make direct eye contact. This being precisely the sort of movie that thinks doing something you’re told not to is unspeakably hilarious, Abdul and the queen lock eyes and the snobs are outraged. Victoria, on the other hand, is immediately fascinated by this striking presence, so she requests that he be her attendant for the duration of the jubilee. Fazal and Dench have real chemistry, and it is easy to believe that their interest in one

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components (like MarieBette Cafe & Bakery’s challah rolls) whenever possible. He aims to think up a new dish every day and welcomes input from his kitchen staff. He also offers unexpected dishes—like a butternut squash “guacamole” made with roasted and smashed butternut squash instead of avocados. Inspired by Mad Hatter, the Charlottesville-made condiment with locally grown habanero peppers, plus olive oil and pineapple that strikes “the happy medium between a generic chili seasoning and the vinegar-based extra hot sauce,” Coleman will cook a dinner on Monday, October 23, that will showcase Mad Hatter not as a condiment but as a sauce. The five courses, each of which will be paired with a Devils Backbone beer, include a tako poke made with octopus, pickled pumpkin, onion, scallions, sesame seeds and Mad Hatter sauce; a raviolo made with

Mad Hatter pasta, braised Autumn Olive Farms pork and egg yolk; and ice cream with a Mad Hatter-dark chocolate magic shell and a coconut-white chocolate ganache. In addition to creating a new menu each season, Coleman plans to cook more one-off dinners, one focused on sausage and another, likely next summer, focused on tomatoes. He wants to remind diners that Rapture is, and has been, more than a late night DJ and dance spot—it’s a restaurant focused on great food.

Open again Parallel 38 is now open in its new location at 817 W. Main St. (best known as the former location of L’Etoile). We’ll have more details on the menu soon, but for now, we can assure you the labneh is on it.

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Saturday, October 14

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The Saunders Brothers Farm Market hosts a day on the farm featuring horses, cows, sheep, goats, chickens and more. Make sure to keep an eye out for baby animals! Free admission, 9am-5pm. Saunders Brothers Farm Market, 2717 Tye Brook Hwy., Piney River. saunders brothersfarmmarket.com

Sunday, October 15

The Charlottesville Area Tree Stewards are selling a wide selection of mostly native large and small trees and shrubs in conjunction with the fall open house at the Thomas Jefferson Center for Historic Plants. Free admission, 10am-2pm. Monticello Center for Historic Plants, 1293 Tufton Farm. charlottesville areatreestewards.org

Celebrate Oktoberfest with a twist, including special release barrelaged ciders, live music, food from Blue Mountain Grill and more. On Sunday, try the pumpkin-spiced pancakes and fresh-pressed apple cider. Free admission, noon-8pm Saturday, 10:30am-2pm Sunday. Blue Toad Hard Cidery and Farm, 462 Winery Ln., Roseland, 760-9200.

Saturday, October 14 This 5K course winds through the streets of historic Belmont, starting and ending at Clark Elementary School. The run/walk is familyfriendly, and the post-race party includes food and prizes. Proceeds benefit the Clark Educational Opportunity Fund. $20-40, 9am-noon. Clark Elementary School, 1000 Belmont Ave. 249-1951.

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Rapture’s new chef, Jeremy Coleman, is the kind of person who lines a closet in his house with plastic and uses it to cure his own meats. “You know those black binder clips? I used those to clip the meat to coat hangers,” he says about making his own bacon. Coleman, who arrived in town just a few months ago, has cooked for more than 20 years at various restaurants in Richmond, Williamsburg and in Pennsylvania. He took over Rapture’s Downtown Mall kitchen from Chris Humphreys, who is now chef and co-owner of Fellini’s at 200 Market St. Coleman says he’s a seasonally minded chef who uses local ingredients (such as pork from Autumn Olive Farms) and locally made

Aromas Café owner Hassan Kaisoum will close the doors to his Barracks Road Shopping Center restaurant on October 14, but says he’ll reopen in a yet-to-be-announced new space.

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hen Hassan Kaisoum was 11 years old, he lost both of his parents. Nearly homeless and roaming the streets of Morocco, someone handed him an eggplant, which he put on the stove and promptly burned. But he was hungry, so he sprinkled some vinegar on the scorched eggplant and ate it anyway—it tasted good, he says, because nothing tastes worse than hunger. For the past 19 years, Kaisoum has been cooking more flavorful eggplant dishes (and baklava…and tagines…and schwarma…and other Mediterranean cuisine) at his restaurant, Aromas Café, which opened in 1998 in the Forest Street building at Fontaine Research Park on Fontaine Avenue, and moved to the Barracks Road Shopping Center in 2007. But Saturday, October 14, will be Aromas Café’s last day of service at Barracks Road. Kaisoum says that when he was offered a spot in the shopping center in 2007, it seemed like the center wanted to bring in more small, locally owned businesses. But currently, Barracks Road Shopping Center is home to a slew of chain restaurants: Burger King, McDonald’s, Zinburger, Zoe’s Kitchen, Brixx Wood Fired Pizza, b.good, Tara Thai, Panera Bread, Peter Chang’s China Grill. When Aromas closes, Hot Cakes will be the only locally owned non-chain restaurant in the shopping center. The shopping center is owned by Federal Realty Investment Trust, a publicly traded company with a market value of more than $9 billion that owns 96 properties in what it calls “strategically metropolitan markets” in the Northeast, the Mid-Atlantic, California and Florida. The company acquired Barracks Road Shopping Center in 1985. C-VILLE reached out to the shopping center for a comment on the departure of

their longtime tenant, but they hadn’t returned a phone call or an email at press time. Kaisoum says that he wasn’t chased out of the space; he’s leaving of his own will and has sold the remainder of his lease to the next restaurant that’ll occupy the space. He’s leaving Barracks Road, he says, to return to his roots. Kaisoum’s favorite part of owning a restaurant is the relationship it allows him to have with the community—he knows many of his customers well and has seen them through soccer games (Aromas sponsors an adult amateur soccer team), graduations and weddings, births, deaths and much more. Many of his customers followed him from his Fontaine Avenue café to the location at Barracks Road, and he says they’re likely to follow him to the next spot, too. For loyal Aromas customers who’ve carried the restaurant for just shy of two decades, Kaisoum has a message: “Thanks from my heart for your support. I’ll be here for you for another 10 years…just be patient for a few more weeks” to find out where that’ll be.

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the way the salty pork and sausage work with the egg sauce and a healthy dose of black pepper,” Allwood says. Mendosa meanwhile is partial to the bucatini all’amatriciana, which we polished off quickly. Like spaghetti but thicker and hollowed out, bucatini is tossed with marinara, Calabrian chili, onion, Olli pancetta and Grana Padano cheese. “Again, simple, so it has to hit on all the little details,” Mendosa says. Another key to retaining good chefs is providing an outlet beyond rote replication of recipes: the blackboard menu of specials. “That’s the chef ’s playground,” Keaveny says, dating back to Mendosa’s days. “The freedom to create within the realm of the specials gives plenty of creative outlet for most chefs,” Mendosa says. And, it also rewards Tavola’s guests. Among all of the dishes Mendosa and I shared, Allwood’s special entrata was our favorite: chitarra-cut spaghetti with jumbo lump crab, Calabrian chilies, basil and lobster brodo. The squared shape and texture of chitarra pasta enabled the luscious sauce to adhere to it, all the better to savor it. “Fantastic,” Mendosa said. “Rich and buttery, but still light enough to leave you feeling satisfied but not overwhelmed.” Tavola is one of Charlottesville’s most beloved restaurants. The main reasons for that, Mendosa says, are the quality of ingredients and consistency in preparing them. For the latter, since stepping down as head chef six years ago, Keaveny has relied upon a series of excellent young chefs to fill that role. He’s found another one in Allwood. “Dylan is doing an incredible job,” Keaveny says. “His food has fit in perfectly with what Tavola does/is.”

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ooking is a young person’s game.” I’ve heard it more than once. As chefs grow older, the daily grind leaves many looking to continue their careers outside a restaurant kitchen. Never easy, the transition can be especially tough for chef-owners, who must entrust someone else at the helm. Consider Michael Keaveny of the Belmont Italian restaurant, Tavola. When Keaveny opened Tavola in 2009 with his wife, Tami (C-VILLE’s arts editor), the lifelong chef ran the kitchen. His food was outstanding. In 2011 though, the father of two was ready to step back. “Pushing 50, it would’ve been tough to continue in that role for much longer,” says Keaveny. But Tavola after 2011 has been every bit as good as Tavola before 2011. So, how has Keaveny pulled it off? Initially, preparation eased the transition. Keaveny had been grooming his sous chef, Loren Mendosa, for the role. With Mendosa’s talent and training, regulars barely noticed a difference. But, when Mendosa left in 2014 to help launch Lampo, Keaveny found himself with a new challenge: hiring and retaining a talented head chef from outside Tavola who would be willing to cook someone else’s food. Tavola’s dishes are largely Keaveny’s recipes, and their consistent execution has been key to the restaurant’s success. “An established chef who wants to come in and do his own menu is never going to work out at Tavola,” admits Keaveny. The ones Keaveny has hired sure have worked out. Most recently, Caleb Warr was named the area’s Best Chef by C-VILLE Weekly readers. When

Warr left town this summer, Keaveny hired C&O chef de cuisine Dylan Allwood, who took over in July. And, as Mendosa and I learned during a recent dinner at Tavola, the kitchen hasn’t missed a beat under Allwood, continuing the restaurant’s success from one chef to the next. Vital to this, says Mendosa, is excellent training. “Tavola has done a great job of bringing staff along at their own pace and training properly,” he says. “Not every kitchen has that in mind or the luxury of the time to train.” Allwood has noticed this already. In just three months, “Michael’s experience and knowledge have helped me improve as a chef,” he says. Keaveny does much of the training himself, still spending more than 15 hours a week in the kitchen. “I try to make it advantageous for young chefs to come in, learn and better themselves,” Keaveny says. That shows in Tavola’s classics, which Allwood’s kitchen already has down. Case in point is the cozzi ai ferri e pane that began our meal. Mussels are skillet-roasted in butter and garlic, and then served in the skillet with slices of Albemarle Baking Company baguette to soak up the briny sauce. Like many of Tavola’s dishes, Mendosa says, the mussels dish resonates because it’s simply prepared but boasts a bold flavor profile. Allwood’s go-to among the Tavola classics is linguine alla carbonara. “Comfort food,” he says of the pasta tossed with housemade sausage, Olli pancetta, egg, Pecorino Romano, onion and black pepper. For purists who quibble that sausage does not belong in true carbonara, I have advice: Taste it. This is the way Keaveny learned it at the legendary Connecticut restaurant Carbone’s, and there’s a reason chefs and regulars swoon over it. “I love


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Fall Oyster Festival Sunday, October 15 from 12pm-5pm A day of Virginia wines, live music and fresh seafood from Rappahannock Oyster Co. Tickets at earlymountain.com Celebrating the best of Virginia wine & food. Early Mountain is located in Madison, Virginia in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains.

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WINES AND VINES FESTIVAL Sunday, October 22 from 2-6pm WITH MUSIC BY SCUFFLETOWN

MUSIC Popular BY localSCUFFLETOWN area acoustic duo SOMBRERO FOOD TRUCK COMPLIMENTARY WINE TASTINGS Saturday, October 13, 2012 • 1543 Evergreen Church Road KILAURWEN WINES FOR SALE 2 – 6 pm (rain or shine) Stanardsville, Virginia BY THE GLASS OR BOTTLE

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Barboursville Vineyards 17655 Winery Road • Barboursville, VA 22923 bbvwine.com • (540) 832-3824 October 28 and 29 | 11:00am - 4:00pm Autumn Vertical Tasting Weekend, Releasing Octagon 2014, 96 Points, 6 Gold Medals. Welcome to this rare opportunity, focusing on valuable older vintages, along with our traditional sampling of new Octagon from barrel. Caromont Farm will present awardwinning artisanal cheeses and fresh breads from Paladio Restaurant will refresh the palate. $40 per person, no reservation required.

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Cardinal Point Winery 9423 Batesville Road • Afton, VA 22920 cardinalpointwinery.com • (540) 456-8400 November 11 and 12 | noon - 5:00pm 14th Annual Oyster Roast Tickets on sale now on our website and in our Tasting Room! $15/person (in advance) | $20/person (at the gate)

Early Mountain Vineyards 6109 Wolftown-Hood Rd. Madison, VA 22727 earlymountain.com • (540) 948-9005 October 15 | Fall OysterFest | noon - 5:00pm. Join us for our Fall Oyster Festival; a weekend of Virginia wines, live music and fresh seafood from Rappahannock Oyster Co. Buy tickets online at earlymountain.com October 27 | Sips & Cinema | Scream: 6 - 10pm Join us for a ~spooky~ outdoor showing of the Halloween favorite, Scream, on our ceremony lawn! Wine and food will be available by 6:00pm and the movie will start after dark around 7:00pm. Don’t forget to bring your lawn chairs and blankets! Buy tickets online at earlymountain.com October 28 | Uncorked 5K: 9am - 12pm Celebrate Halloween with a run through the vineyards at the Uncorked Trail 5K at Early Mountain Vineyards! Link to register can be found on our calendar of events at earlymountain.com

Keswick Vineyards Open EVERY Friday thru end of October until 8pm for you to enjoy our beautiful views and amazing wines! October 14 | Music TBD and Two Brothers Southwestern Grill will be here serving their fantastic tex-mex style cuisine. October 18 | LAST Wine Down Wednesday with Chamomile & Whiskey from 5p-8p. Spice Sea will also be here serving her seafood-inspired cuisine! October 21 | Music by Tara Mills will be playing in the courtyard from 12 to 3pm and Catch the Chef will be here with their amazing burgers and sandwiches!

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Trick or treating at local businesses, parade and costume contest starting from Main Street Arena

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Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21): Scorpio actress Tara Reid told the magazine Us Weekly about how her cosmetic surgeries had made her look worse than she had been in her natural state. “I’ll never be perfect again,” she mourned. I bring this up in the hope that it will inspire you. In my astrological opinion, you’re at a turning point when it’s crucial to appreciate and foster everything about yourself that’s natural and innate and soulfully authentic. Don’t fall sway to artificial notions about how you could be more perfect than you already are.

Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21): I didn’t go to work today. I woke up late, lingered over a leisurely breakfast and enjoyed a long walk in the autumn woods. When I found a spot that filled me with a wild sense of peace, I asked my gut wisdom what I should advise you Sagittarians to attend to. And my gut wisdom told me that you should temporarily escape at least one of your duties for at least three days. (Escaping two duties for four days would be even better.) My gut wisdom also suggested that you get extra sleep, enjoy leisurely meals and go on long walks to spots that fill you with a wild sense of peace. There you should consult your gut wisdom about your top dilemmas.

Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19): A snail climbed to the top of a big turtle’s shell as it was sleeping under a bush. When the turtle awoke and began to lumber away in search of food, the snail was at first alarmed but eventually thrilled by how fast they were going and how far they were able to travel. “Whee!” the snail thought to itself. I suspect, Capricorn, that this little tale is a useful metaphor for what you can look forward to in the coming weeks.

Aquarius

Libra (Sept. 23-Oct. 22): “I am more interested in human beings than in writing,” said author Anaïs Nin, “more interested in lovemaking than in writing, more interested in living than in writing. More interested in becoming a work of art than in creating one.” I invite you to adopt that perspective as your own for the next 12 months, Libra. During this upcoming chapter of your story, you can generate long-lasting upgrades if you regard your life as a gorgeous masterpiece worthy of your highest craftsmanship.

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(Feb. 19-March 20): J. Allan Hobson is a scientist of sleep who does research at Harvard. He says we dream all the time, not just at night. Our subconscious minds never stop churning out streams of images. During the waking hours, though, our conscious minds operate at such intensity that the lower-level flow mostly stays subliminal. At least that’s the normal state of affairs. But I suspect your dream-generator is running so hot right now that its stories may leak into your waking awareness. This could be disconcerting. Without the tips I’m giving you here, you might worry you were going daft. Now that you know, I hope you’ll tap into the undercurrent to glean some useful intuitions. A word to the wise: The information that pops up won’t be logical or rational. It will be lyrical and symbolic, like dreams.

(April 20-May 20): Are you primed to seek out new colleagues and strengthen your existing alliances? Are you curious about what it would take to infuse your best partnerships with maximum emotional intelligence? From an astrological perspective, the next nine weeks will be a favorable time to do these things. You will have opportunities to deepen your engagement with collaborators who cultivate integrity and communicate effectively. It’s possible you may feel shy about pursuing at least one of the potential new connections. But I urge you to press ahead anyway. Though you may be less ripe than they are, their influence will have a catalytic effect on you, sparking you to develop at an accelerated rate.

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(May 21-June 20): “I was satisfied with haiku until I met you,” Dean Young tells a new lover in his poem, “Changing Genres.” But Young goes on to say that he’s no longer content with that terse genre. “Now I want a Russian novel,” he proclaims, “a 50-page description of you sleeping, another 75 of what you think staring out a window.” He yearns for a story line about “a fallen nest, speckled eggs somehow uncrushed, the sled outracing the wolves on the steppes, the huge glittering ball where all that matters is a kiss at the end of a dark hall.” I bring Young’s meditations to your attention, Gemini, because I suspect that you, too, are primed to move into a more expansive genre with a more sumptuous plot.

(March 21-April 19): In his book The Logic of Failure, Dietrich Dörner discusses the visionaries who built the Aswan Dam in Egypt. Their efforts brought an abundance of cheap electricity to millions of people. But the planners didn’t take into account some of the important effects of their innovation. For example, the Nile River below the dam no longer flooded its banks or fertilized the surrounding land every year. As a result, farmers had to resort to chemical fertilizers at great expense. Water pollution increased. Marine life suffered because of the river’s diminished nutrients. I hope this thought will motivate you to carefully think through the possible consequences of decisions you’re contemplating. I guarantee that you can avoid the logic of failure and instead implement the logic of success. But to do so, you’ll have to temporarily resist the momentum that has been carrying you along. You’ll have to override the impatient longing for resolution.

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Cancer (June 21-July 22): Statistical evidence suggests that Fridays falling on the 13th of the month are safer than other Fridays. The numbers of fires and traffic accidents are lower then, for example. I find this inter-

esting in light of your current situation. According to my analysis, this October’s Friday the 13th marks a turning point in your ongoing efforts to cultivate stability and security. On this day, as well as the seven days before and seven days after, you should receive especially helpful clues about the future work you can do to feel even safer and more protected than you already do.

Leo (July 23-Aug. 22): Too much propaganda and not enough real information are circulating through your personal sphere. You’re tempted to traffic in stories that are rooted more in fear than insight. Gossip and hype and delusion are crowding out useful facts. No wonder it’s a challenge for you to sort out the truths from the half-truths! But I predict that you will thrive anyway. You’ll discover helpful clues lodged in the barrage of bunkum. You’ll pluck pithy revelations from amid the distracting ramblings. Somehow you will manage to be both extra sensitive and super-discriminating.

Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22): A journalist named Jenkin Lloyd Jones coined the term “Afghanistanism,” which he defined as “concentrating on problems in distant parts of the world while ignoring controversial local issues.” I want to urge you Virgos to avoid engaging in a personal version of Afghanistanism. In other words, focus on issues that are close at hand, even if they seem sticky or prickly. Don’t you dare let your attention get consumed by the dreamy distractions of faraway places and times. For the foreseeable future, the best use of your energy is here and now. Expanded weekly audio horoscopes and daily text message horoscopes: RealAstrology.com, 1-877-873-4888.

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(Jan. 20-Feb. 18): “If these years have taught me anything, it is this,” wrote novelist Junot Díaz. “You can never run away. Not ever. The only way out is in.” That’s your plucky wisdom for the coming weeks, Aquarius. You have arrived at a pivotal phase in your life cycle when you can’t achieve liberation by fleeing, avoiding or ignoring. To commune with the only kind of freedom that matters, you must head directly into the heart of the commotion. You’ve got to feel all the feelings stirred up by the truths that rile you up.

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Citizen Bowl 223 West Main St. Charlottesville (434) 234-3662 citizenbowlshop.com

Rapture 303 E. Main Street Charlottesville (434) 293-9526 rapturerestaurant.com

Timberwood Taphouse 245 Merchant Walk Ave Charlottesville (434) 234-3563 timberwoodtaphouse.com

Ben & Jerry’s 1112 Emmet St N Charlottesville (434) 244-7438 www.benjerry.com

DOMA 701 W. Main Street Charlottesville (434) 202-1956 domakoreankitchen.com

Three Notch’d 520 2nd Street SE Charlottesville (434) 956-3141 www.threenotchd brewing.com

Tavern on the James 280 Valley Street Scottsville (434) 286-3500 tavernonthejames.com

Burtons Grill 2010 Bond Street Charlottesville (434) 977-1111 burtonsgrill.com

James River Brewery 561 Valley Street Scottsville (434) 286-7837 www.jrbrewery.com

Timberwood Grill 3311 Worth Crossing Charlottesville (434) 975-3311 timberwoodgrill.com

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DOMA BIBIMBAP Rice w/ stir fried onion, carrot, shiitaki mushroom, bean sprout, zuccini, kale, topped with sunny side egg, DOMA spicy gochujang sauce and your choice of beef, spicy pork, chicken, or organic tofu DOMA LUNCH BOX - Korean style BBQ served w/ house salad, pickled radish and rice. (Choice of grilled chicken, beef, spicy pork or organic tofu). DOMA CHULPAN GUKSU Egg Noodle stir fried w/ julienned onion, bok choy, carrot, scallion, pepper, DOMA sweet soy sauce, and your choice of grilled chicken, beef, spicy pork, or organic tofu. JJAMPONG RAMYEON - Korean spicy ramyeon with pork, shrimp, clam, squid, mussel, cabbage, scallion & onion APPETIZERS:

Chicken Wings - (5 PCS) Korean Style - Mild/Soy Garlic/ Sweet Chili/Korean Hot/Honey Sriracha Haemul Pajeon - Korean seafood pancake Mandu - (5 PCS) Pan fried dumplings Pork, beef & vegetable Kimchi Jeon - Korean kimchi pancake ENTRÉE

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DOMA KOREAN BBQ PLATE - Served with rice, lettuce, ssam sauce, banchan, and a choice of beef, chicken, spicy chicken, pork belly or spicy pork JAPCHAE - Glass noodles with onion, carrots, peppers, shiitake mushrooms, scallions, and beef TTEOKBOKKI - Spicy rice cake w/ onion, scallion, and fish cake. Served in a hot stone bowl DRINKS

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kohlrabi, power greens, feta, pickled red onion, basil, kalamatas, red cabbage, chickpeas, goddess dressing 9

power greens, craisins, red onion, red cabbage, chickpeas, white cheddar, sunflower seeds, apple, oranges, pesto 9

quinoa, roasted tofu, red cabbage, carrot, basil, chilis, green onion, thai chili sauce 9 Power greens, VA chicken, sweet potoates, charred tomato, pickled red onion, sunflower seeds, oranges, side evoo & balsamic 10

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Tempura battered cauliflower florets tossed in tangy General Tso’s sauce.

Sesame Ginger Tuna Salad

A sesame and coriander encrusted tuna steak seared to your liking, served with bean sprouts, soy-wasabi almonds, shredded carrots, and seaweed salad over mixed greens with a side of ginger vinaigrette.

Steak Frites

An in-house cut hanger steak grilled to your liking, served with hand cut French fries & grilled seasonal vegetables, and topped with a remarkable truffle cream sauce.

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The Clint Eastwood

The very first Burger Wars champ: Mesquite seasoning, American cheese, tequila infused chipotle BBQ, mesquite onion rings, Applewood smoked bacon and jicama slaw.

Carolina Cakes

Smoked and vinegar braised pork cakes stuffed with goat cheese, breaded & pan fried, drizzled with spicy Carolina BBQ sauce and served with Gouda mac & cheese and cole slaw.

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G O AT C H E E S E C U S T A R D silky smooth house made custard, toasted baguette, with mixed greens, sliced almonds & dried cranberries on the side

I GOOD STUFF SALAD I house greens, swiss chard, kale, arugula, fennel, quinoa, chevre, mandarin oranges, craisins, almonds, strawberries, avocado, and pomegranate vinaigrette

THE BIG FAT GREEK BURGER a timbercreek farm local beef patty, feta cheese, balsamic caramelized onions, tomato, fried veggie strings, and cucumber ranch on a buttered & grilled ciabatta roll

TROPICAL TUNA seared rare yellowfin tuna with black thai rice, tropical fruits, and coconut curry broth

— THE FILET — grilled beef tenderloin with gratin potato, seasonal veggies, rosemary red wine reduction

FISH TACOS breaded and fried cod, avocado, mango salsa, cilantro leaf, spiced crema & cabbage in grilled flour tortillas, served with pico de gallo, black bean & corn salsa and black thai rice

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North Carolina shrimp, Wades Mill grits, tasso ham, roasted corn, cajun butter

C-VILLE HOT (OR HONEY) | 15

fried bone-in chicken breast, thick cut toast, Minute Man Pickles, hot sauce (or honey mustard), hand cut fries FRIED TWIN OAKS TOFU | 12 spiced peanuts, grilled bok choy, chili gastrique, ginger lime sauce grilled tofu upon request SHORT RIB POUTINE | 22 hand cut fries, spicy cheese curds, horseradish cream, No Veto demi FISH AND CHIPS | 15 Minute Man battered Chesapeake Bay Blue Catfish hand cut fries, malt vinegar aioli

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Served with a mixed green salad and choice of baked potato, steak fried, Barn potatoes, fresh broccoli or onion rings

Roast Prime Rib

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Charcoal Broiled Filet Mignon A very, very tender heart of beef

Heavy Cut Bone-In Sirloin The king of all steaks

Extra Thick Cut Delmonico From the heart of the prime rib

Charcoal Broiled Lamb Chops Extra select rib chops hand cut

Broiled Sea Scallops Large scallops broiled in herb butter and wine

Maryland Style Crab Cakes Made with the finest lump crabmeat

Surf & Turf

A small filet and broiled lobster tail

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… OYSTERS ON THE HALF SHELL* • 12 …† PUMPKIN HASH BROWN • 7 featuring … OYSTERS ON THE HALF SHELL* • 12 …† PUMPKIN HASH BROWN • 7 SWEET CONFIT GRITtopped FRITTERS withCRISPY beet & POTATO sweet potato mustard,GERMAN chopped topped with beet & sweet potato mustard, chopped PRETZEL 8 SPICY PEANUTS, WHIPPED SWEET POTATO MUSTARD Huevos Rancheros / 9.5 horseradish salpicon egg, "everything" seasoning ADD HOUSE-MADE BEER CHEESE BUTTERMILK, FRIED HERBS horseradish salpicon egg, "everything" seasoning … SEARED SCALLOPS* • 12 Sat and Sun from 11am - 3pm featuring

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POLLY M. HAMLIN a/k/a PAULINE “POLLY” HAMLIN a/k/a PAULINE E. MALLARD, a person under a disability, THE RECTOR AND VISITORS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA A CORP t/a UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA MEDICAL CENTER, and the heirs, devisees, personal representatives, successors, or assigns, if any, of POLLY M. HAMLIN a/k/a PAULINE “POLLY” HAMLIN a/k/a PAULINE E. MALLARD, a person under a disability, as they may appear, proceeded against herein as PARTIES UNKNOWN, Respondents ORDER OF PUBLICATION

ENTER: Richard E. Moore DATE:

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The object of this suit is to effect a judicial sale of certain real property, designated as Tax Map Parcel No. 40C118000, and which is being assessed on the tax records of the City of Charlottesville, Virginia in the name of Polly M. Hamlin, in order to subject such property to the lien thereon for delinquent real estate taxes. It appearing from the Complaint and by the Affidavit filed according to law that the Complainant has used due diligence to ascertain all of the owners of the subject property but has been unable to do so and that there are or may be persons unknown who claim or may claim an interest in the property, namely the heirs, devisees, personal representatives, successors, or assignors in and to the title and interest of Polly M. Hamlin a/k/a Pauline “Polly” Hamlin a/k/a Pauline E. Mallard, a person under a disability. It is therefore ORDERED that the heirs, devisees, personal representatives, successors, or assigns, if any, of Polly M. Hamlin a/k/a Pauline “Polly” Hamlin a/k/a Pauline E. Mallard, a person under a disability, as they may appear, proceeded against herein as “Parties Unknown,” appear on or before October 30, 2017 and take such action as they deem appropriate to protect any interests they may have in the above-described property. It is further ORDERED that the foregoing portion of this Order be published once a week for two consecutive weeks in the C-Ville Weekly, that a copy hereof be posted on the door of the Courthouse and that a copy be mailed to the last known address, if any, of the Respondents. The Clerk is hereby directed to send this Order to the C-Ville Weekly in the envelope provided by Counsel for that purpose, and to make the aforementioned posting and mailings.

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This position requires a Bachelor’s degree in the field ofplease communications, The Arc is doing to support our community, visit our web site at marketing, non-profit management and/or business; at least two years of http://thearcofthepiedmont.org/ leadership experience in non-profit marketing or public relations,experience development,The Arc In addition to offering a challenging and rewarding donor relations fundraising using diversified development, also offersand/or competitive compensation, paidfund training, and for full time staff as well as documented success in securing gifts from donors, foundations an attractive benefits package which includes health, dental and vision and government sources. This is a full-time, exempt position reporting to insurance, as well as life and long-term disability insurance, among other the Executive Director. Compensation to be negotiated, commensurate with offerings. qualifications and experience.

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Case No. CL17-140

JAMES H. SCOTT a/k/a JAMES H. SCOTT, JR., believed deceased MAXINE V. SCOTT, believed deceased JOSEPH V. BUONASSISSI, II, Trustee RICHARD E. HENNING, JR., Trustee RICHARD A. LASH, Trustee MARY SNYDER BARRY, Trustee KEITH M. YACKO, Trustee MICHAEL A. GROOT, Trustee, believed deceased SUNTRUST BANK, successor by merger to Crestar Bank JIM BECK, INC, d/b/a BECK-COHEN and the heirs, devisees, personal representatives, successors, or assigns, if any, of JAMES H. SCOTT a/k/a JAMES H. SCOTT, JR., and MAXINE V. SCOTT, as they may appear, proceeded against herein as PARTIES UNKNOWN, Respondents ORDER OF PUBLICATION The object of this suit is to effect a judicial sale of certain real property, designated as Tax Map Parcel No. 350070000, and which is being assessed on the tax records of the City of Charlottesville, Virginia in the name of James H. Scott and Maxine V. Scott, in order to subject such property to the lien thereon for delinquent real estate taxes. It appears from the Complaint and by the Affidavit filed according to law that diligence has been used without effect to ascertain whether the following individuals are alive and if alive, their location: James H. Scott, Jr., a/k/a James H. Scott, Jr. and Maxine V. Scott. It also appearing from the Complaint and by the Affidavit filed according to law that diligence has been used without effect to ascertain the location of Joseph V. Buonassissi, II, Trustee; Richard E. Henning, Jr., Trustee; Mary Snyder Barry, Trustee; Keith M. Yacko, Trustee, and Michael A. Groot, Trustee. It also appearing from the Complaint and by the Affidavit filed according to law that the Complainant has used due diligence to ascertain all of the owners of the subject property but has been unable to do so and that there are or may be persons unknown who claim or may claim an interest in the property, namely the heirs, devisees, personal representatives, successors, or assigns in and to the title and interest of James H. Scott, a/k/a James H. Scott, Jr. and Maxine V. Scott. It is therefore ORDERED that James H. Scott a/k/a James H. Scott, Jr., believed deceased, Maxine V. Scott, believed deceased, Joseph V. Buonassissi, II, Trustee, Richard E. Henning, Jr., Trustee, Richard A. Lash, Trustee, Mary Snyder Barry, Trustee, Keith M. Yacko, Trustee, Michael A. Groot, Trustee, and the heirs, devisees, personal representatives, successors, or assigns, if any, of James H. Scott a/k/a James H. Scott, Jr., and Maxine V. Scott, as they may appear, proceeded against herein as “Parties Unknown,” appear on or before October 30, 2017 and take such action as they deem appropriate to protect any interests they may have in the above-described property. It is further ORDERED that the foregoing portion of this Order be published once a week for two consecutive weeks in the C-Ville Weekly, that a copy hereof be posted on the door of the Courthouse and that a copy be mailed to the last known address, if any, of the Respondents. The Clerk is hereby directed to send this Order to the C-Ville Weekly in the envelope provided by Counsel for that purpose, and to make the aforementioned posting and mailings. ENTER: Richard E. Moore DATE: I ASK FOR THIS: JONATHAN T. WREN, VSB #40304 MARTINWREN, P.C. 400 Locust Avenue, Suite 1 Charlottesville, Virginia 22902 (434) 817-3100 (phone) (434) 817-3110 (fax) wren@martinwrenlaw.com ( e-mail) Counsel for the City of Charlottesville, Virginia

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VIRGINIA: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE CITY OF CHARLOTTESVILLE CITY OF CHARLOTTESVILLE, VIRGINIA,· Complainant, V. Case No. CL17-138 MARY EMMA S. GIBSON, believed deceased and the heirs, devisees, personal representatives, successors, or assigns, if any, of MARY EMMA S. GIBSON, as they may appear, proceeded against herein as PARTIES UNKNOWN, Respondents ORDER OF PUBLICATION

ENTER: Richard E. Moore DATE:

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9/27/17

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Region Ten Community Services Board Clinician II/III Medication Assisted Treatment Full time position providing triage, screening, crisis intervention and referrals for individuals seeking services at Region Ten, with a specific caseload being those receiving Medication Assisted Treatment. Additionally, incumbent will develop initial and ongoing treatment plans and provide individual and group therapy to adult clients with substance use disorders specifically tailor to the population receiving medication assisted treatment. Required skills for this position include individual and group counseling, knowledge and competence with a variety of approaches including brief interventions and motivational interviewing, assessment and evaluation with specific use of ASAM assessments, and basic knowledge of the service system to which referrals will be made. Weekdays with occasional evening hours. Master’s degree in a licensure eligible field and license eligible status within 6 months of hire is required. LCSW or LPC licensure is preferred. Clinician II: Must be licensure eligible in Virginia or registered within 6 months of hire. $44,040.00 annually. Clinician III: Must be licensed (LCSW, LPC, LMFT, LCP) in Virginia. $48,444.00 annually.

Direct Care Professional II/ Day Services Assist with coordination and implementation of services training programs for adults with developmental disabilities in day services and community settings. Provide educational activities and supervision of day program activities, document service delivery, and directly implement individual support plans in center-based and non-center based activities. Provides systematic trainings in social, behavioral, leisure/recreational, and community living skills, including personal care. Incumbent will provide direct assistance in brokering community resources and help develop community relationships and explore resource that help individuals identify and purse interests focusing on becoming active members in their community. Associate’s degree and two years applicable experience preferred. Must have valid VA driver’s license and acceptable driving record. Hourly rate negotiable.

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The object of this suit is to effect a judicial sale of certain real property, designated as Tax Map Parcel No. 290156000, and which is being assessed on the tax records of the City of Charlottesville, Virginia in the name of Mary Emma S. Gibson, in order to subject such property to the lien thereon for delinquent real estate taxes. That it appearing from the Complaint and the Affidavit filed according to law that diligence has been used without effect to ascertain whether Mary Emma S. Gibson is alive and if alive, her location. It also appearing from the Complaint and by the Affidavit filed according to law that the Complainant has used due diligence to ascertain all of the owners of the subject property but has been unable to do so and that there are or may be persons unknown who claim or may claim an interest in the property, namely the heirs, devisees, personal representatives, successors, or assigns in and to the title and interest of Mary Emma S. Gibson. It is therefore ORDERED that Mary Emma S. Gibson, and theheirs, devisees, personal representatives, successors, or assigns, if any, of Mary Emma S. Gibson, as they may appear, proceeded against herein as “Parties Unknown,” appear on or before October 30, 2017 and take such action as they deem appropriate to protect any interests they may have in the above described property. It is further ORDERED that the foregoing portion of this Order be published once a week for two consecutive weeks in the C-Ville Weekly, that a copy hereof be posted on the door of the Courthouse and that a copy be mailed to the last known address, if any, of the Respondents. The Clerk is hereby directed to send this Order to the C-Ville Weekly in the envelope provided by Counsel for that purpose, and to make the aforementioned posting and mailings.


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VIRGINIA: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE CITY OF CHARLOTTESVILLE CITY OF CHARLOTTESVILLE, VIRGINIA,·

CITY OF CHARLOTTESVILLE, VIRGINIA,·

Complainant,

Complainant, V. DOUGLAS E. LAMB, believed deceased, MARTHA JEFFERSON HOSPITAL, FIRST SELECT INC., COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA RECTOR AND VISITORS UVA CENTER

Case No. CLI 7-139

and the heirs, devisees, personal representatives, successors, or assigns, if any, of DOUGLAS E. LAMB and FIRST SELECT, INC., as they may appear, proceeded against herein as PARTIES UNKNOWN,

V. Case No. CL17-141 JAMES H. SCOTT, a/k/a JAMES H. SCOTT, JR., believed deceased MAXINE V. SCOTT, believed deceased JIM BECK, INC, d/b/a BECK-COHEN and the heirs, devisees, personal representatives, successors, or assigns, if any, of JAMES H. SCOTT, a/k/a JAMES H. SCOTT, JR., and MAXINE V. SCOTT, as they may appear, proceeded against herein as PARTIES UNKNOWN, Respondents

Respondents

ORDER OF PUBLICATION

ORDER OF PUBLICATION

ENTER: Richard E. Moore

ENTER: Richard E. Moore

DATE:

DATE:

Judge

9/27/17

I ASK FOR THIS:

I ASK FOR THIS: JONATHAN T. WREN, VSB #40304 MARTINWREN, P.C. 400 Locust Avenue, Suite 1 Charlottesville, Virginia 22902 (434) 817-3100 (phone) (434) 817-3110 (fax) wren@martinwrenlaw.com ( e-mail) Counsel for the City of Charlottesville, Virginia

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JONATHAN T. WREN, VSB #40304 MARTINWREN, P.C. 400 Locust Avenue, Suite 1 Charlottesville, Virginia 22902 (434) 817-3100 (phone) (434) 817-3110 (fax) wren@martinwrenlaw.com ( e-mail) Counsel for the City of Charlottesville, Virginia

Judge

9/27/17

October 11-17, 2017, c-ville.com

The object of this suit is to effect a judicial sale of certain real property, designated as Tax Map Parcel No. 55A13100, and which is being assessed on the tax records of the City of Charlottesville, Virginia in the name of Douglas E. Lamb (deceased), in order to subject such property to the lien thereon for delinquent real estate taxes. That it appearing from the Complaint and by Affidavit filed according to law that diligence has been used without effect to ascertain whether Douglas E. Lamb is alive and if alive, his location. It also appearing from the Complaint and by the Affidavit filed according to law that diligence has been used without effect to ascertain the location of First Select Inc., or any officer, director, manager, employee or registered agent of First Select Inc. for purposes of service of process. It also appearing from the Complaint and by the Affidavit filed according to law that the Complainant has used due diligence to ascertain all of the owners of the subject property but has been unable to do so and that there are or may be persons unknown who claim or may claim an interest in the property, namely the heirs, devisees, personal representatives, successors, or assigns in and to the title and interest of Douglas E. Lamb and First Select, Inc. It is therefore ORDERED that Douglas E. Lamb, First Select Inc., and the heirs, devisees, personal representatives, successors, or assigns, if any, of Douglas E. Lamb and First Select Inc., as they may appear, proceeded against herein as “Parties Unknown,” appear on or before October 30, 2017 and take such action as they deem appropriate to protect any interests they may have in the above-described property. It is further ORDERED that the foregoing portion of this Order be published once a week for two consecutive weeks in the C-Ville Weekly, that a copy hereof be posted on the door of the Courthouse and that a copy be mailed to the last known address, if any, of the Respondents. The Clerk is hereby directed to send this Order to the C-Ville Weekly in the envelope provided by Counsel for that purpose, and to make the aforementioned posting and mailings.

The object of this suit is to effect a judicial sale of certain real property, designated as Tax Map Parcel No. 350028000, and which is being assessed on the tax records of the City of Charlottesville, Virginia in the name of James H. Scott and Maxine V. Scott, in order to subject such property to the lien thereon for delinquent real estate taxes. That it appearing from the Complaint and the Affidavit filed according to law that diligence has been used without effect to ascertain whether the following individuals are alive and if alive, their location: James H. Scott, Jr., a/k/a James H. Scott, Jr. and Maxine V. Scott. It also appearing from the Complaint and by the Affidavit filed according to law that the Complainant has used due diligence to ascertain all of the owners of the subject property but has been unable to do so and that there are or may be persons unknown who claim or may claim an interest in the property, namely the heirs, devisees, personal representatives, successors, or assigns in and to the title and interest of James H. Scott, a/k/a James H. Scott, Jr. and Maxine V. Scott. It is therefore ORDERED that James H. Scott a/k/a James H. Scott, Jr., believed deceased, Maxine V. Scott, believed deceased, and the heirs, devisees, personal representatives, successors, or assigns, if any, of James H. Scott a/k/a James H. Scott, Jr., and Maxine V. Scott, as they may appear, proceeded against herein as “Parties Unknown,” appear on or before October 30, 2017 and take such action as they deem appropriate to protect any interests they may have in the above-described property. It is further ORDERED that the foregoing portion of this Order be published once a week for two consecutive weeks in the C-Ville Weekly, that a copy hereof be posted on the door of the Courthouse and that a copy be mailed to the last known address, if any, of the Respondents. The Clerk is hereby directed to send this Order to the C-Ville Weekly in the envelope provided by Counsel for that purpose, and to make the aforementioned posting and mailings.


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CLASSIFIEDS VIRGINIA: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE CITY OF CHARLOTTESVILLE CITY OF CHARLOTTESVILLE, VIRGINIA,· Complainant, V. JOHN PAYNE, a/k/a JOHN WESLY PAYNE, deceased, et als.

Case No. CLl 7-220

and any other heirs, devisees, personal representatives, successors, or assigns of JOHN PAYNE, a/k/a JOHN WESLEY PAYNE, as they may appear, proceeded against herein as PARTIES UNKNOWN, Respondents.

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ORDER OF PUBLICATION The object of this suit is to effect a judicial sale of certain real property, designated as Tax Map Parcel No. 040168000, and which is being assessed on the tax records of the City of Charlottesville, Virginia in the name of Mary Blair Payne, et al, in order to subject such property to the lien thereon for delinquent real estate taxes. It appearing from the Complaint and by the Affidavit filed according to law that Colette J. Bums is not a resident of the Commonwealth of Virginia and that her last known address is 1811 Stony Brook Drive, High Point, North Carolina 27265. It appearing from the Complaint and by the Affidavit filed according to law that Cortney L. Jones is not a resident of the Commonwealth of Virginia and that her last known address is 8 Palm Street Court, Greensboro, North Carolina 27046. It appearing from the Complaint and by the Affidavit filed according to law that Jermaine V. Jones is not a resident of the Commonwealth of Virginia. His last known address is 1117 Enterprise Drive, High Point, North Carolina 27260. It also appearing from the Complaint and by the Affidavit filed according to law that diligence has been used without effect to ascertain the corporate existence or location of NCO Portfolio Management, Inc. It appearing from the Complaint and by the Affidavit filed according to law that the Complainant has used due diligence to ascertain all of the owners of the subject property but has been unable to do so and that there are or may be persons unknown who claim or may claim an interest in the property, namely the heirs, devisees, personal representatives, successors, or assigns in and to the title and interest of John Payne a/k/a John Wesley Payne including but not limited to any heirs, devisees, personal representatives, successors, or assigns of Lelia Mattie Payne, Pauline Payne a/k/a Pauline P. Harper, Florine Payne, Mary Payne a/k/a Mary Payne Blair a/k/a Mary Elizabeth Payne Blair, Walter Payne, Sarah Wilson, George Payne, Wallace Payne, John H. Payne, Percy Payne, Marie Payne, Marian Payne a/k/a. Marian P. Conway a/k/a Marian Elizabeth Conway, Ophelia Payne a/k/a Ophelia P. Kelley a/k/a Mary Ophelia Kelley, George W. Payne Jr., Percy Payne, Ossie Payne, Ann Dickerson, Dora B. Payne, Ruth Payne Jones, Jasper Vandrew Jones Jr., Vinston Blair, Bertha Blair Jones, and Ella Blair Yates. It is therefore ORDERED that Colette J. Burns, Cortney L. Jones, Jermaine V. Jones, NCO Portfolio Management, Inc. and the heirs, devisees, personal representatives, successors, or assigns, if any, of Douglas E. Lamb and First Select Inc., as they may appear, proceeded against herein as “Parties Unknown,” appear on or before October 30, 2017 and take such action as they deem appropriate to protect any interests they may have in the above-described property. It is further ORDERED that the foregoing portion of this Order be published once a week for two consecutive weeks in the C-Ville Weekly, that a copy hereof be posted on the door of the Courthouse and that a copy be mailed to the last known address, if any, of the Respondents. The Clerk is hereby directed to send this Order to the C-Ville Weekly in the envelope provided by Counsel for that purpose, and to make the aforementioned posting and mailings. ENTER: Richard E. Moore DATE:

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9/27/17

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Bank Whynot notwork workhere? here? Bank here? here? Why Based in  Charlottesville,  VA.,  UVA  Community  Credit  Union  is  one  of  the  area’s  largest  member-­owned  financial   Based in Charlottesville, VA., UVA Community Credit Union is one of the area’s institutions  and  employs  over  240  people  in  14  full-­service  branches,  4  student-­run  branches,  and  4  administrative   largest member-owned financial institution and employs over 200 people in 14 locations.  

full-service branches, 4 student-run branches, and 4 administrative locations.

Once again  awarded  Favorite  Financial  Institution  honors  by  local  residents  –  for  the  eleventh  consecutive  year  –  our   Once again awarded Favorite Financial Institution honors by local residents – community  involvement,  member  service,  outstanding  staff,  and  generous  and  competitive  benefits  and  compensation   for the eleventh consecutive year     – our community involvement, member service, are  just  a  few  reasons  to  consider  a  career  with  us. outstanding staff, and generous and competitive benefits and compensation are  

just a few reasons to consider a career with us.

Accountant

In the  position,  you  will  work  with  the  Accounting  team  to  maintain  the  Credit  Union's  accounting  records  and  reports,     ensuring  they  are  in  compliance  with  generally  accepted  accounting  and  financial  practices. Accountant  

In this position, you will maintain the Credit Union’s accounting records and Assistant Branch  Manager  –  Berkmar  Branch  

reports, ensuring they are in compliance with generally accepted accounting and As Assistant  Branch  Manager,  you  will  assist  the  Branch  Manager  in  a  variety  of  management  duties,  including  directing   financial practices. the  daily  activities  of  the  branch  and  coaching  the  staff  to  utilize  sales  and  service  skills  to  build  strong  financial   relationships  with  members,  among  other  duties.      

Call Center Phone Representative Branch Manager  

In this  position,  you  will  direct  the  daily  activities  of  the  branch,  coach  staff  to  utilize  sales  and  service  skills  to  build   We have an opening for a friendly, qualified, talented, and motivated sales and strong  financial  relationships  with  members,  and  develop  branch  staff  to  meet  and  exceed  sales  and  service  goals  while   service oriented individual to join the Call Center team to handle incoming calls exemplifying  the  credit  union  mission  and  vision.   to the Credit Union and assist members with questions and transactions on all  

Credit Union products and services. Call  Center  Phone  Representatives

UVA Community  Credit  Union  is  seeking  a  friendly,  qualified,  talented,  and  motivated  sales  and  service  oriented   individual  to  join  its  Call  Center  team.    In  this  position,  you  will  handle  incoming  calls  to  the  Credit  Union  and  assist   Digital Marketing Specialist members  with  questions  and  transactions  on  all  Credit  Union  products  and  services.    

This position is responsible for developing and maintaining the credit union’s

PVCC Student  Branch  Openings   corporate websites as well as variety of other duties related to digital marketing

IS Systems/Network Administrator

Student MSR  Supervisors:  Supervisors  will  have  additional  responsibilities  to  help  supervise  the  operation  of   As Systems Administrator you will focus on the network and help implement, the  PVCC  Student  Branch.  

maintain, and support the Credit Union’s technology infrastructure.

Risk &  Compliance  Analyst  

This position  supports  the  development,  implementation  and  administration  of  the  credit  union’s  compliance   IT Business Analyst management  system  and  enterprise  risk  management  program  through  risk-­based  compliance  reviews,  establishing   policies,  procedures  and  controls,  conducting  staff  training,  and  advising  management  of  emerging  compliance  issues.   As an Information Systems Business Analyst, you will help implement, maintain,  

and support the Credit Union’s technology infrastructure.

Tellers –  Charlottesville  &  Fluvanna  

We have an immediate need for an IT Help Desk Technician to help implement, maintain, and support its technology infrastructure and pc-based applications. Float  Tellers  –  Charlottesville    

As a  Float  Teller,  you  will  split  your  Teller  schedule  between  the  various  Charlottesville  branches.  To  support  branch   operations,  this  position  requires  working  alternating  Saturdays.      

Loan Officer – Consumer Lending To learn  more  about  our  benefits,  these  and  other  opportunities,  and  how  to  apply,  please   UVA Community Credit Union needs an experienced Consumer Loan Officer visit  the  Careers  section  at  www.uvacreditunion.org.   to evaluate, underwrite, and process loan applications based on established company guidelines.  

Marketing Analyst

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Tellers provide  exceptional  member  service  by  accurately  and  efficiently  performing  Teller  related  transactions  in   IT Help Desk Technician accordance  with  Credit  Union  policies  and  procedures.  To  support  branch  operations,  this  position  requires  working   alternating  Saturdays.    

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Member Service  Representatives:  UVA  Community  Credit  Union,  one  of  the  largest  financial  institutions  based   channels. in  Central  Virginia,  is  seeking outgoing  and  sales-­oriented  PVCC  students  to  help  your  fellow  classmates   manage  their  money,  build  their  credit,  and  establish  good  financial  habits  that  last  a  lifetime.  To  be  eligible  for   this  part-­time  position,  you  must  be  a  current  or  incoming  Fall  2017  PVCC  student  (full-­time  or  part  time  student)   in  good  standing.  


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Q&A What’s the best thing you ate or drank this year in Charlottesville? The Vegetarian Plate at Sultan Kebab!

Triple chocolate chunk brownies from Cocoa & Spice. #idontevenlikechocolate

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Shishito peppers and cauliflower tempura at Common House!

Mexican street corn at Junction!!!

Maybe this doesn’t count, since it’s Crozet and not Charlottesville, but anything from Cakes by Rachel blows my socks off. That woman is a gift to all humanity. GAYLE MILLNER/FACEBOOK

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Boat noodles at Thai Noodle House.

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Cauliflower at Tavola. @WARHENRECORDS/TWITTER

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Anything Alec Spidalieri creates at Junction. JULIA MARIANNA BEALL/FACEBOOK

The lunch buffet at Taste of India. GEOFF ROGERS

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Torta especial from Tacos Gomez. @IANDAVEY773/TWITTER

Smoked barbecue in Crozet!! Best bbq around!!!

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The carrots from Alley Light. @ARKSHOP_/TWITTER

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Anything at Tavola. @JENONTHEEDGE/TWITTER

Wellfleet oysters at Public Fish & Oyster and a Boddingtons. Is there anything else better in this world?

The brioche with manchego cheese & apricot jam at Mas. Also, any margarita from Continental Divide.

The Ol’ Dirty Biscuit at Ace for sure.

Caesar salad at Zocalo.

Chilled pea soup at Petit Pois. @TIOPAULO/TWITTER

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Oysters at Rocksalt... and mussels from Brasserie. Delicious. HEATHER BANGLEY/FACEBOOK

Cemitas torta from Al Carbon.

Bibimbap and kimchi at DOMA.

The Blaze smoothie at Juice Laundry. @NKROVETZ/TWITTER

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Alcachofas a la parilla from Mas, and my answer is the same every year. @HELENALSTON/TWITTER

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PATTY AND MIKE CORNELL/

The jambalaya at Southern Crescent for the win. Add a side of alligator sausage and I’m done. Boom.

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Cappuccino at Splendora’s. JOHN CLEARY

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Jefferson Scholars Foundation and the Shadwell Society cordially invite you to the Shadwell Society Speaker Series:

Jefferson Scholars Foundation

AMERICA'S ESCALATING OUTRAGE WHY IS IT HAPPENING AND HOW CAN WE REVERSE IT? The Thomas Cooley Professor of Ethical Leadership at New York University Stern School of Business, and the New York Times best-selling author of Jefferson Scholars Foundation The Righteous Mind: Why Good People are Divided by Politics and Religion

Tickets are free, but limited to 4 per person. Advance tickets are available at the Arts Box Office and online at jeffersonscholars.org/news. When this event sells out, unclaimed tickets will be available at the door.

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Friday, October 20th,Foundation 2017 Jefferson Scholars 6PM The Darden Abbott Auditorium

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