C-VILLE Weekly | November 23 - 28, 2022

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THIS WEEK Hello, Charlottesville! Thank you for reading C-VILLE Weekly. The holidays tend to sneak up on me. And yet, they begin at the same time every year—as sure as taxes and Madden (as the saying goes). Even that big tree on the Downtown Mall seemed to slowly take shape over the span of days. By the time I realized what it was for, it was almost December (the tree will be lit up and glowing at the Grand Illumination on Friday, December 2!). But perhaps that says more about me than the season. When I worked retail, Christmas music was playing almost as soon as Halloween was over. You knew what was coming. Thanksgiving doesn’t get quite the same fanfare as our various end-of-year festivities, though. Black Friday has steadily creeped into its hallowed date, hour by hour, signaling the jingle-jangle shopping season as soon as the last plate piles up in the sink. Deals are great— I’ll never shame anyone for wanting to save a buck—but let’s not let our shopping sprees diminish the true star of the holiday: food. This week’s issue is well-timed: it’s our food and drink annual, coinciding with what is perhaps America’s biggest celebration of eating. Our expansive feature (p. 20) looks at Charlottesville restaurants big and small, from the sparkling variety of menus around town to the talented chefs and visionary proprietors who make culinary dreams a reality. Sure, Thanksgiving is traditionally a cook-at-home affair, but what about the rest of the week? Get out there and treat yourself.—Richard DiCicco

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“Mike’s tenacity, dedication, and his huge heart have propelled him to achieve everything he’s set his mind to. … He’s committed to facing his recovery with the same fortitude.”

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­—Brenda Hollins, mother of UVA shooting victim Mike Hollins, celebrating her son’s ongoing recovery from his severe injuries

NEWS Another delay The Virginia Board of Education delayed its review of the state’s new proposed history and social science learning standards again on November 17, following backlash from advocacy groups, politicians, educators, parents, and others. Critics denounced the proposal for omitting Martin Luther King Jr. from elementary standards, and referring to Indigenous people as “immigrants,” among other issues, and accused Governor Glenn Youngkin’s administration of whitewashing history. The board directed Jillian Balow, superintendent of public instruction, to correct the errors and omissions, as well as incorporate public feedback and content from an August draft— which was based on more than two years of input from hundreds of educators, historians, and other experts—into a revised proposal. In-person and virtual input sessions on the standards will be held November 28 through December 16.

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The Virginia State Police are leading the multijurisdictional investigation of the shooting of three University of Virginia football players, who were allegedly killed by another UVA student.

The Daily Progress. UVA bans weapons and ammunition on school property. A November 16 press release from Dance’s Sporting Goods in Colonial Heights, Virginia, said that Jones legally purchased a rifle and pistol from the shop this year. Jones had unsuccessfully tried to buy guns there before—he failed a background check in 2018 for being underage, and another one in 2021 due to a pending felony charge. The attempts were reported to the VSP. During UVA’s investigation into a hazing incident involving Jones in September, a third party said they heard Jones say he had a gun. Officials spoke with the person who reported Jones and Jones’ roommate, who said he never saw him with a weapon, but it remains unclear if they interviewed Jones. The investigation was closed after witnesses would not cooperate.

However, officials investigating the incident discovered that Jones had been convicted of carrying a concealed weapon without a permit in 2021. Because Jones did not report his crime to the university, violating school policy, the student affairs office warned Jones in October that his case would be submitted to the University Judiciary Committee—but the case was not submitted until after the shooting, according to UVA spokesman Brian Coy. Last year, Jones was also charged with a felony for not remaining at the scene of a car accident, but the charge was later reduced to a misdemeanor. Attorney General Jason Miyares’ office announced on November 17 that it would appoint a special counsel to independently review UVA’s threat assessment of Jones, and its response to the shooting, which the university requested.

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The City of Charlottesville is forming a committee to discuss the challenges and issues facing the Downtown Mall, and propose potential solutions for the next 50 years, as the pedestrian mall nears its 50th birthday. “It is necessary to revisit maintenance, improvements, and enhancements. … We need to ensure everyone is welcome and has a quality experience,” reads a city press release. Committee applications are available on the city website, and must be submitted by December 20.

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ew details have emerged since a shooter killed three students and injured two others at the University of Virginia last week. On November 13, suspect Christopher Darnell Jones Jr. and 21 other students, along with a professor, traveled to Washington, D.C., to see a play. As the group’s bus arrived back at UVA at around 10:15pm, Jones allegedly shot at students, fired additional rounds while exiting the bus, and fled in his vehicle. Officers found a handgun near the scene, according to the Virginia State Police, which is leading the multijurisdictional investigation. After a more than 12-hour manhunt and campus lockdown, police arrested Jones, 23, in Henrico County on November 14. Jones is accused of killing Devin Chandler, 20, Lavel Davis Jr., 20, and D’Sean Perry, 22, and injuring Michael Hollins, 19—all UVA football players. Student Marlee Morgan, 19, was also injured during the shooting. GoFundMe has verified fundraisers for Davis, Chandler, Perry, and Morgan. On November 21, Hollins—who told his family he was shot after running off the bus and then returning to help his classmates— was released from the hospital after undergoing surgeries. Morgan was discharged on November 15. Jones, a walk-on member of the football team during the 2018 season, has been charged with three felony counts of second-degree murder, among other crimes. On November 16, Jones appeared via videostream in Albemarle General District Court, and was ordered to be held without bond at Albemarle-Charlottesville Regional Jail. He agreed to be represented by a public defender, but said he planned to hire a lawyer. The judge set a status hearing for December 8. According to Albemarle County Commonwealth’s Attorney Jim Hingeley, a witness told police that Jones shot Chandler while he was sleeping, and aimed at certain people on the bus, reports NBC29. However, the motive for the shooting remains unclear. The VSP seized a semiautomatic rifle, pistol, ammunition, and magazines, among other items, from Jones’ dorm room, reports

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Former Charlottesville city manager Cole Hendrix, who led the city from 1971 to 1997, passed away on November 15, according to a city press release. During his tenure, Hendrix spurred the creation of the Downtown Mall, Omni Charlottesville Hotel, and Rivanna Water and Sewer Authority. He was 88 years old.

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Permanent solution Shelter will shut down for affordable housing construction By Brielle Entzminger reporter@c-ville.com

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Next spring, the Premier Circle shelter will shut down, and be turned into permanent supportive housing for unhoused and low-income people.

CEO Sunshine Mathon expects the complex to be a mix of one-, two-, and three-bedroom units, and says the residents may have access to some of VSH’s services, like counseling. Over the next one to two years, PHA will apply for low-income tax credits for the project, and hopes to complete construction 14 to 18 months after breaking ground. “We’ve been blessed to have a supportive city, county, [and] state to make this project work,” says BRACH Executive Director Anthony Haro. “We’re excited for the next stage.” This month, the City of Charlottesville and Albemarle County gave $200,000 each to the shelter, covering its operating expenses from January until it closes its doors in April—a “big relief ” for the shelter’s management, says Haro. “A lot of the funding we used … over the last two years has been COVID relief funding at the state and local levels,” says Haro.

“We’re excited for the next stage.” ANTHONY HARO, BRACH EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

“These last few months, we needed some more funding support to make it through, and really help folks transition over these next four months into housing.” Since this spring, PACEM and BRACH have been working closely with shelter guests— many of whom are elderly, and have serious illnesses—to create housing plans and find them a new place to live, in partnership with local housing authorities. In mid-October, the shelter stopped accepting new guests, in order to focus on transitioning guests into permanent housing. Between 60 and 70 people currently live at the shelter, according to PACEM Executive Director Jayson Whitehead. “We’ve had different types of housing vouchers dedicated to folks living at this

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fter purchasing the Red Carpet Inn off Route 29 in Albemarle County last March, the Piedmont Housing Alliance renovated the 40-year-old rundown motel, and transformed it into an emergency shelter for people experiencing homelessness, thanks to a $4.25 million grant from the Charlottesville Area Community Foundation. Since the low-barrier shelter—managed by People and Congregations Engaged in Ministry and the Blue Ridge Area Coalition for the Homeless—opened its doors last May, it has provided 177 unhoused people a safe, welcoming place to stay, in addition to meals, clothing, case management, health care, employment assistance, substance abuse treatment, and other necessities and resources. But in April, the Premier Circle shelter will shut down, and the former motel will be transformed once again into something desperately needed in the Charlottesville area: affordable housing. Virginia Supportive Housing plans to start building 80 permanent supportive housing units at the site in May. The studio apartments will be available to single adults experiencing homelessness, or earning below 50 percent of the area median income. Onsite supportive services, like case management, will be available to residents, as well as a fitness center, community room, laundry facility, and other amenities. VSH has received low-income tax credit awards to help pay for the approximately $20 million project, but is working to secure around $3 million more in funding. Construction is expected to last about 15 months, and be completed in fall 2024, according to Director of Real Estate Development Julie Anderson. After VSH finishes construction, the PHA plans to build around 50 affordable housing units for low-income people making no more than 60 percent AMI. While the project’s design has not been finalized yet, PHA

site, so we’ve been able to transition around 15 folks to permanent housing since September,” says Whitehead. The deteriorating condition of the former motel has further stressed the need for permanent housing solutions. Though 92 of the facility’s 115 rooms were renovated, “we did start to really experience at some point this past summer really sizable failure in rooms,” says Whitehead, “like roof leaks, floors giving way—all types of things that really were reducing the amount of rooms we had to offer.” Once the shelter shuts down and housing construction begins, PACEM and BRACH will still work to find emergency shelter for people experiencing homelessness, and connect them with affordable housing. During the cold winter months, PACEM will also continue to offer overnight shelter at local churches, gymnasiums, and other community spaces. The organization opened its annual temporary congregate shelters on November 14, and plans to close them at the end of March. “We’ve been pretty full,” says Whitehead. Additionally, BRACH currently has two hotel rooms available for unhoused people who are at high risk of becoming severely ill or dying from COVID-19 and need to avoid congregate settings, thanks to a partnership with the University of Virginia. “We haven’t received many requests [for the rooms] … over the past six months or so, [but] that may change this winter,” says Haro. “It’s been a great resource when it comes up.” But to ensure no one has to sleep on the streets at any time of year, the organizations are working to eventually open a permanent shelter. When PACEM’s temporary shelters are not running, the Salvation Army’s 58bed overnight shelter is the sole year-round option for unhoused people in Charlottesville—and it’s often at capacity. “There’s a clear need for [another yearround shelter] in the community,” says Haro. “And there’s been an interest from PACEM and our partners to make that happen.”


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We will remember them UVA celebrates lives lost in deadly shooting By Lauren Dalban news@c-ville.com

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More than 9,000 people attended a memorial service for the three UVA football players who were killed on November 13.

pictures of the trio, narrated by teammates and past coaches. The most gut-wrenching speeches were delivered by the slain players’ football teammates. Second-year student Cody Brown spoke about a funny, confident, and kind Chandler whose “smile alone was enough to brighten anyone’s day.” He uttered a tearful goodbye to his fallen friend. “We love you so much, and know you’re smiling down on us in Heaven.” Third-year student Jared Rayman painted a portrait of Davis as a “natural-born

leader” who perfectly modeled the phrase, “lead by example.” “Each tear I shed for you, ‘Vel, holds immeasurable love,” said Rayman. “The only

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s I reflect on the University of Virginia’s memorial service honoring the victims of the November 13 shooting, it is a struggle to put my thoughts into words. I could mention the names of those who spoke, like UVA President Jim Ryan, Athletic Director Carla Williams, or the large number of students who knew the three young men who were killed. I could tell you what they said about Devin Chandler, D’Sean Perry, and Lavel Davis Jr, the stories they told. I could reflect on the many tears that were shed. But all of this would fail to fully illustrate the pain and suffering present in John Paul Jones Arena on a cold November afternoon. Words fail to express the utter horror I felt while watching the victims’ families walk slowly from the stage to their seats. No words can convey their suffering, yet it reverberated around the arena—and made the space feel like the smallest, most intimate room. Williams admired Chandler’s penchant for dancing—his close relatives fondly referred to him as “Devin the Dancing Machine.” She spoke of Davis’ extreme enjoyment of the 18 scrambled eggs his grandmother made him every time he came home. She recounted that a young Perry insisted on dressing as a red Power Ranger for Halloween, and that he refused to take the costume off until Thanksgiving. Her stories gave every person who did not know these three young men a hint of the lives they led—and it was devastating. She ended her speech with a promise to their families: “We love your sons, and we will make sure their legacy never fades at the University of Virginia.” The speeches were interspersed with musical selections by the Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Choir and gospel singer Cece Winans, as well as videos showing

thing that lessens my grief is the memory of your infectious smile.” First-year student Matt Bettridge admired Perry for many years at their Miami high school, viewing him as a mentor and role model. Reading a letter he wrote to his beloved friend, he said, “Your presence was felt each and every day that I was able to step on the field and share it with you.” Bettridge urged those attending the memorial service to “fight for what you want, and fight for the people you love the most. D’Sean was the best fighter I knew—and always pushed himself to be the best person on and off the field.” Though these speeches could not begin to encompass the richness of the lives of the three men, they offered a glimpse of the smiling, energetic, and kind individuals they were. And for that, I will forever be grateful to their teammates who shared these stories in the midst of their deep, intense grief. UVA football coach Tony Elliott closed out the service by reading a Bible passage, wishing peace to those affected by the tragedy. He also reflected on his time with the three men, pointing to a moment Davis took him by the shoulder during a practice to tell him something important: “Coach, I’m starting to understand it. It’s the little things that matter.” Elliott praised how Chandler brought joy to everyone around him.“You felt and heard Devin before you ever saw him,” he said. The coach also spoke of Perry—who “on the inside [was] intricately woven together with life, beauty, and love”—with much reverence. As everyone filed out of the arena in nearcomplete silence, I was thankful for all that I had learned about the young men, and overwhelmed by the enormity of the loss. Though the feelings in that arena were almost too much to bear, I hope it will give the families and friends of Perry, Chandler, and Davis one simple assurance: We will remember them.


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“I love cooking for all the foodies [in this area], people who appreciate our open kitchen and seeing how hard we work.”

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Alicia Simmons prides herself on preparing some of the area’s finest cuisine, and she says part of her job is teaching others.

Tavola in 2015. In addition to making desserts at the popular Belmont restaurant, she prepped food and helped serve private events. Soon, she was working on the line and putting together salads for Tavola’s then-chef de cuisine Caleb Warr, “a great mentor who took me under his wing and really showed me how a chef is also a teacher,” says Simmons. “He was so patient, and took the time to show me all the little things.” Eventually promoted to sous chef, Simmons was named the Italian eatery’s executive chef in 2021. On a typical day, she arrives at Tavola around 11am to receive the day’s food orders (many of the restaurant’s ingredients come from local farms, and its specials are based on what’s in season), and begin prepping, which means everything from baking bread or cheesecake to preparing sauces or butchering half a pig. “That’s the joy of it,” says Simmons, who earned Best Chef honors in this year’s Best of C-VILLE competition. “And I love cooking for all the foodies here, people who appreciate our open kitchen and seeing how hard we work. They see it all go down, and they like the food even more [because of it].” Simmons prides herself on preparing some of the area’s finest cuisine (linguine alla carbonara, anyone?), but she also makes it a priority to share her culinary knowledge, scoffing at those TV and movie chefs who terrorize their kitchen employees. “Nobody appreciates going to work and being yelled at,” Simmons says. “I had great teachers coming up. And I want to reflect the way my grandma, Justin, Caleb, and [Tavola co-owner and chef] Michael Keaveny treated me. You need to enjoy your job to enjoy cooking. A big part of what I do is take the time to show everyone else how it’s done, so they can take what they learn and teach someone else and keep the ball rolling.”—Susan Sorensen

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ASK ALICIA SIMMONS ABOUT HER HAPPIEST childhood memories, and she immediately recalls the many hours spent in the kitchen with her twin sister and grandmother at the family’s farm in the Shenandoah Valley. “We made lunch for dad and grandpa every day,” says Tavola’s executive chef. “That’s how I fell in love with cooking.” Growing up on a farm formed Simmons’ appreciation of food because she knew the hands that touched every morsel she helped prepare and then consumed, the amount of work it took to get an ear of corn from a seed in the ground to her plate. “Farmers,” she says, “are more appreciated now than they used to be. But growing up, farmers were my heroes.” Her grandfather was a dairy farmer who grew a variety of crops, and also raised ducks, pheasant, and trout. “I was lucky to see it all,” says Simmons, 28, adding that it came as little surprise to anyone when she enrolled in the culinary arts program at Valley Career & Technical Center. “Basically, we had a little restaurant at valley vo-tech, which set you up to work in a bigger restaurant,” says Simmons, who quickly increased her knowledge of prepping and cooking and pricing everything out. She says it was a great foundation, something she built on when she graduated from Piedmont Virginia Community College’s culinary arts program several years later. More importantly, though, her vocational training confirmed what she’d known since she was a child: She wanted to cook professionally. Soon after graduating from PVCC, Simmons landed a job making salads at Staunton’s Newtown Baking & Kitchen, where she worked alongside Chicano Boy Taco owner and former Zinc executive chef Justin Hershey. But it was her pastry work—she’d fallen in love with dessert-making while at VCTC—plus a recommendation from Hershey that led Simmons to


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A MENU IS A CANVAS FOR EXECUTIVE CHEF Alicia Simmons, who presents Through the Seasons, a thoughtfully crafted dining experience, every three to four months at Tavola. The seasonal one-day-only dinner is filled with the restaurant’s recent daily specials, prepared in collaboration with chef de cuisine Kendall Moore. Simmons typically handles the dessert course, while Moore flexes his skills on the mains, both supported by a talented line of cooks. At their most recent dinner in September, the first plate—an “amuse” or quick appetizer—consisted of a homey and warm English muffin with anchovy butter, a salted tomato and shiso taco, crisp in taste and soft in texture, and a fragrant and bold cannoli of squash and mascarpone. It was all paired with a sparkling red Patrick Bottex Bugey-Cerdon La Cueille wine, and my palate was ready for the sumptuous flavors to follow. The antipasti offered multiple options, including roasted oysters with tomato caper relish and crispy calamari with grilled peaches, blistered shishito, Meyer lemon, and caper aioli. The oyster was so buttery and smooth that I wanted to sip it right out of the shell, and the pairing of a Domaine Michel

Brégeon Muscadet was a nice soft companion with a pleasant silky taste. By contrast, the calamari, tender on the inside, was delicate and bursting with flavor from the caper aioli. Grilled peach was an inspired element, adding some playful fruity notes, while the shishito peppers were savory and welcome, commanding my attention. This colorful dish was paired with a funky, bright, and slightly sour Sono Montenidoli Tradizionale. For the entrata, I was treated to grilled halibut with heirloom caponata and basil and fennel salad, and a roasted duck breast with local cabbage and duck jus. The halibut was moist, tender, brusque, and delicious—flavorful but not in your face. Sweet in some places, the dish entertained my entire mouth, and paired nicely with a glass of Tenuta Terraviva MPH, a wine with mango and pineapple flavors and a clean finish. The roasted duck arrived with a strong, salty fragrance, a fatty cut with smooth texture and warmth, swimming in savory jus. The veggie pairings, dark and wispy, contrasted with the wilder duck, and came alive with a strong pour of Davide Carlone Boca. Finally, the dolci, a blackberry mousse cake with chocolate cookie crumble was paired with an espresso Manhattan. The mousse, bright, fluffy, crunchy, and oh-so chocolatey, was a perfect match for the iced latte-like cocktail. I left with a fond memory of soft, whipped mousse and a bold coffee flavor—a whiff of an Italian café.—Richard DiCicco Tavola staff take advantage of Virginia’s bountiful farms and shores to create decadent seasonal dinners. The next Through the Seasons event is on Monday, December 5.

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Five dishes that will make a vegetarian feel loved Eating out as a vegetarian can be disappointing, to say the least. While joints like GRN Burger and Botanical Fare have dedicated entire menus to tasty vegetarian and vegan eats, many restaurants only offer a token vegetarian dish. So for those who are tired of the seasonal vegetable plate, grain bowl, and mushroom risotto, we found five delicious dishes from area eateries that make dining out as a vegetarian fun.

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Philly Cheeseshroom, Kitchenette This neighborhood sandwich shop is known for its meaty eats, particularly the Hot Wet Beef, but its vegetarian sandwiches are just as tasty. The Philly Cheeseshroom is a satisfying take on its meat counterpart, and features a blend of mushrooms sautéed with onions and roasted red peppers, provolone, shredded lettuce, and house mayo on a sub roll. Kimchi Fried Rice, DOMA Korean Kitchen Eating DOMA’s Kimchi Fried Rice is like having a delicious home-cooked meal, which is no surprise considering owners Imsook “April” Lee and her husband, Doyoung Moon incorporate recipes passed down from family members. The simple-but-flavorful dish is prepared with butter and spicy kimchi, topped with a fried egg, and served with doenjang soup. Take it to the next level by adding cheese and tofu. Egg Paffle #1, Iron Paffles & Coffee This decadent, flaky waffle sandwich is the perfect brunch meal. Made with egg, cheddar, and housemade sriracha mayonnaise, the paffle is easily converted to vegetarian by substituting tempeh bacon for regular bacon. Iron Paffles’ menu is entirely customizable, and offers alternative preparations for multiple allergies and dietary preferences.

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CHARLOTTESVILLE LOVES TO EAT. WITH A restaurant scene that prides itself on punching above its weight class, there is no shortage of options when an out-of-towner asks me the obligatory “where should we eat?” question. That list of options has evolved over the years, taking stock of the ever-changing landscape. The following is a highlight of some new arrivals.

Siren This spot for Mediterranean-inspired fare with an emphasis on seafood is the brainchild of Laura Fonner, a local chef who gained national attention when she took home the title on the Food Network’s “Guy’s Grocery Games.” sirencville.com Popitos Pizza Popitos is the newest addition to the Rio Hill Shopping center. The Zayas family serves up wood-fired pizzas, with a menu offering appetizers, salads, and signature pies with gourmet toppings like garlic confit and sea salt flakes. popitospizza.com Kyoto Fifth Taste Kyoto, a fixture for Japanese cuisine in Charlottesville since 2005, has introduced a new concept: Fifth Taste. Under the direction of Chef Michelle Chang, the new menu allows diners to experience the healthy and delicious versatility of fermented foods. kyotofifthtaste.com

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Brightside Surfs up at Brightside in the Bebedero’s former location above the Whisky Jar (Bebedero has moved a few doors down the mall). Brightside is a beach-inspired pub that offers patrons classic bar bites alongside an extensive tropical drink menu. cvillebrightside. dine.online Umma’s Jen Naylor, affectionately known as Mamabird, has been a staple at the farmers markets for years with her Sussex Farm stand. The lines of loyal foodies never seem to dwindle and her duck egg crème brûlée remains one of my favorite desserts of all time. Pair that with Kelsey Naylor (Jen’s daughter) and her partner Anna Gardner who had been delighting crowds of their own with their food truck Basan, and you get Umma’s. ummasfood.com Birdhouse As cute as its name implies, this cozy brick restaurant at 711 Henry Ave. is bringing the bird. Offering whole, half, and quarter rotisserie chicken, the simple menu keeps the emphasis on the chicken plus a number of seasonal side dishes and a rotating dessert menu. birdhouse-charlottesville.com Organic Krush A new location for the Organic Krush chain has a range of options for those looking to keep it healthy. With bowls, smoothies, and juices, there is something to meet numerous dietary choices and restrictions. organickrush.com Ralph Sampson’s American Taproom Local basketball legend Ralph Sampson has teamed up with Thompson Hospitality to open an upscale sports bar concept with an extensive beer list and a menu offering all the staples that pair perfectly with taking in the game on the big screens. americantaproom.com—Carrie Meslar

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Smyrna New restaurateurs Orhun Dikmen and Tarik Sengul bring us Smyrna, a Mediterranean spot that highlights the eclectic flavors of the Aegean in the former Mangione’s on Main location. smyrnacville.com

Chickadee When Bluegrass Grill vacated the Glass Building, many residents kept their eye on the space to see what would fill the shoes of the beloved cozy breakfast joint. Chickadee answered with breakfast offered all day, a full bar, and diverse lunch offerings. chickadeecville.com

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Mockingbird Melissa Close-Hart’s new concept, Mockingbird, nests in the footprint of her former restaurant, Junction. Drawing from her southern Alabama roots, Close-Hart pulls in many favorites from southern cooking and adds new interpretations of classic flavors. mockingbird-cville.com

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Rigatoni Verdi con Zucca, Tavola It’s all about the sauce with Tavola’s rigatoni verdi con zucca. A sage-marsala cream ties together this seasonal dish, which features heirloom squash, mushrooms, pecorino, and amaretti crumble, served atop housemade pasta. The flavor is seriously unforgettable.—Maeve Hayden

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Green Giant, Now & Zen Choosing what to order from Now & Zen’s extensive veg menu can feel like an impossible task. Thankfully, our server came in with a clutch recommendation—the Green Giant. The extra-large sushi roll is stuffed with sweet potato tempura, cream cheese, avocado, and cucumber, and topped with spicy mayo, eel sauce, tempura flakes, and scallions.


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CULTURE THE WORKS Wednesday 11/23 music Berto and Matt. Latin guitar night. Free, 7pm. The Bebedero, 225 W. Main St., Downtown Mall. thebebedero.com Karaoke with Jenn DeVille. Sign up to sing or just enjoy the tunes. Free, 9pm. Rapture, 303 E. Main St., Downtown Mall. rapturerestaurant.com

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Thankful Dead with Bigfoot County and Sisters & Brothers. With Mama Tried. $12-40, 7:30pm. The Jefferson Theater, 110 E. Main St., Downtown Mall. jeffersontheater.com

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Daily Tour of Indigenous Australian Art. Explore the only museum in the U.S. devoted to Indigenous Australian art. Free, 10:30am and 1:30pm. Kluge-Ruhe Aboriginal Art Collection of UVA, 400 Worrell Dr. kluge-ruhe.org LYAO Host Battle: Thanksgiving Edition. With Winston Hodges and Chris Alan. $10, 8pm. The Southern Café & Music Hall, 103 S. First St. thesoutherncville.com

Thursday 11/24 Happy Thanksgiving!

Friday 11/25 music Musical Suspects. Matt Horn’s funk & soul band. Free, 9:30pm. Rapture, 303 E. Main St., Downtown Mall. rapturerestaurant.com

outside Veritas Illuminated. The grove and vines of Veritas winery come alive with sparkling holiday lights and decorations. $10-15, 5:15pm. Veritas Vineyards and Winery, 151 Veritas Ln., Afton. veritaswines.com

etc. 2022 World Cup—USA vs. England. Watch the game on the big screen. Free, 2pm. The Paramount Theater, 215 E. Main St., Downtown Mall. theparamount.net Rotunda Planetarium Public Viewing Nights. View the night sky Thomas Jefferson envisioned for the Rotunda’s Dome Room and enjoy a hot beverage and holiday treat. Free, 5:30pm. The Rotunda, UVA Grounds. rotunda.virginia.edu

music Berto’s Latin Guitar Brunch. Enjoy the sounds of Brazil, Spain, and Latin America. Free, 11am. Tavern & Grocery, 333 W. Main St. tavernandgrocery.com

Drag Bonanza. Hosted by Miss Bebe Gunn and Cherry Poppins. $12-15, 8:30pm. The Southern Café & Music Hall, 103 S. First St. thesoutherncville.com Lisa Carter with Andre & Wavelength. Blues tunes. Free, 2:30pm. Albemarle CiderWorks, 2545 Rural Ridge Ln., North Garden. albemarleciderworks.com C O NT I N UE D ON PAGE 3 8

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Chamomile & Whiskey—A Friendsgiving Revue. With special guests Dropping Julia. $15-48, 8pm. The Jefferson Theater, 110 E. Main St., Downtown Mall. jeffersontheater.com

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the Blue Ridge Mountains, once visible beyond the south end of the Lawn, was a tangible representation of the illimith the series of paintings itable freedom of the human mind, that make up Kristopher which is why his original plan kept the Castle’s engaging show area opposite the Rotunda open. It “Curriculum Vitae” at Phaeton Galremained this way until Old Cabell lery, the artist explores Thomas JefHall, designed by Stanford White in ferson’s Academical Village and his 1898, was erected. Castle paints the innovative ideas for education. As the building as a transparent ghost of itself title suggests, the exploration is not a through which we can see the view discourse on the UVA founder’s Jefferson always wanted us to see. The achievements, but rather the artist’s nocturnal scene also includes Castle deeply personal relationship to Jefferas a young man, exercising his own son’s ideals and his university. form of illimitable freedom in the form Quorum Pars Fui (“Of which I was of streaking the Lawn, a time-honored also a part”) pays homage to that. In tradition at UVA. the work, a disembodied hand, CasOmnium Curriculum Gatherum tle’s own, holds the end of a diapha(“Gather all the history”) is arguably nous ribbon that weaves through the the apotheosis of the show. A colonnade that runs along the top of quintych composed of five panels, the UVA’s Lambeth Field. A metaphor work gives Castle plenty of room to for Castle’s life, the fabric references depict Jefferson’s vision for the Acahis close ties not only to Lambeth, demical Village made manifest in where he spent the summer of 2001 both its educational and physical In “Curriculum Vitae,” Kristopher Castle puts his own working at UVA’s costume shop forms. In his rendering, Castle makes clever spin on things as he revisits objects and during the Heritage Repertory Theit clear that his vision is not sealed in ideals, producing provocative work that honors Thomas atre’s season, but also, the larger amber, but is changing and flourishJefferson’s Academical Village (as physical space and university and Jefferson himself. ing—a fundamentally viable and educational model) and Castle’s own relationship to it. That summer was a seminal experitimeless approach to education and ence for Castle, introducing him to JefferCastle performs a similar treatment on society that has bent, adjusted, and endured. son and his university, and charting the George Washington in his version of the statCastle has a great time conjuring Jeffercourse that would eventually lead Castle ue that sits on the east side of the Lawn. Exitus son’s original course curriculum (anatomy back to the area to live. Acto Probat (“The outcome is the test of the and medicine, fine arts, ethics and grammar, Initius (“Commencement”) revisits the act”) depicts Washington covering the Washmodern languages, zoology and botany, fabric of life motif. Here, the fabric’s tail can ington Monument, a phallic symbol repreancient languages, physio-mathematics, be seen at the far end of the colonnade that senting the American patriarchy, with his cape. history and government, pure mathematics, runs along the side at the base of the RotunCastle places tomes by Foucault, Derrida, and natural philosophy, and law) with a diverse da. It’s fluttering away from us, about to leave Marx—all of whom, according to Castle, cast of human counterparts dressed in modthe Academical Village to commence its would “celebrate [a] critical and punitive reern clothes. Castle’s professional experience existence outside those hallowed walls. evaluation of [Washington’s] efforts”—at the as a costume designer comes in handy here Ab Eo Libertas A Quo Spiritus (“The spirbase of the statue. They are teetering precariin his selection of clothing and accessories it comes from him from whom liberty ously, held in place by Washington’s cane, that identify the various disciplines reprecomes”) updates the seated statue of Jefferson suggesting he is tolerating them despite their sented. His admiration for Jefferson’s archifrom the west side of the South Lawn, so that criticism. With this iconography, Castle retecture is evident in his detailed rendering he is shown having just broken a tiki torch minds us of Washington’s integrity. Commitof the Rotunda and pavilions I-IV, which across his knee. The allusion is to the assault ted to the freedoms laid out in the First feature respectively the Doric, Ionic, Corinon the university that occurred in 2017, when Amendment (freedom of religion, freedom of thian, and Doric (again) architectural orders protesters wielded these hitherto benign speech, freedom of the press, and the right to used by Jefferson with the intention of edobjects in an action that recalled Nazi Gerprotest peacefully and petition the governucating and elevating the student body. In many’s torch-lit parades, albeit with a ment), Washington led selflessly—twice rethe painting, the pavilions appear left to Walmart touch. Jefferson’s left foot rests on nouncing absolute power. These are important right: III, I, II, IV. volumes of Locke, Rousseau, and Montesconsiderations in both assessing Washington’s Rounding out the show are Castle’s riffs quieu, all major figures of the Enlightenment. record, as well as the current events surroundon the secret society emblems seen on varThis movement, so influential to Jefferson ing the 2020 election and January 6. ious surfaces around Grounds. These de(and other founding thinkers like Thomas Inexplicabilis Libertas (“Illimitable freedom lightful trompe l’oeil works of writing on Paine, Benjamin Franklin, James Madison, of the human mind”) alludes specifically to brick play with the original symbols turning and John Adams), featured rationality and Jefferson’s vision for his institution of higher the esoteric into the often amusing contemknowledge as its basic tenets. learning. For Jefferson, the expansive vista of porary reference. arts@c-ville.com

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Saturday 11/26 Ring in the Holiday Season with the University's tenor-bass choir

Paxton Henderson. Live music, wine, and food from the Eastwood food truck. Free, 1pm. Eastwood Farm and Winery, 2531 Scottsville Rd. eastwoodfarmandwinery.com

Friday, December 2, 8 PM Old Cabell Hall Saturday, December 10, 8 PM University Baptist Church

Daily Tour of Indigenous Australian Art. See listing for Wednesday, November 23. Free, 10:30am and 1:30pm. Kluge-Ruhe Aboriginal Art Collection of UVA, 400 Worrell Dr. kluge-ruhe.org

Storytime. Featuring recent storybooks and classics kids know and love. Free, 11am. New Dominion Bookshop, 404 E. Main St., Downtown Mall. ndbookshop.com

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Selfies with Santa. Share your wish list with Santa and snap a photo for your holiday card. Free, noon. Central Place, Downtown Mall. friendsofcville.org

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outside Charlottesville Holiday Market. Handcrafted items from a variety of artisans. Free, 8am. Charlottesville City Market, 100 Water St. E. charlottesville.gov

An Lár. An afternoon of traditional Irish music. Free, 1pm. The Batesville Market, 6624 Plank Rd., Batesville. batesvillemarket. com

Elves in Cville. Pick up your North Pole Pass from Charlottesville Insider and embark on a scavenger hunt through Downtown Charlottesville. Free, all day. Downtown Mall. friendsofcville.org

Kat & The Travelers. Featuring Kathleen Kraft, Doug Hedstrom, Mike Haag, and Quintas Mills. Free, 2pm. Glass House Winery, 5898 Free Union Rd., Free Union. glass housewinery.com

Farmers Market at Ix. Over 60 local vendors with produce, prepared foods, artisan goods, and more. Free, 9am. Ix Art Park, 522 Second St. SE. ixartpark.org

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Peppermint Trail. Follow the trail of peppermints on the sidewalks of Downtown Charlottesville and discover minty treats from candy cane coffees to craft cocktails. Free, all day. Downtown Charlottesville. friendsofcville.org

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Rotunda Planetarium Public Viewing Nights. See listing for Friday, November 25. Free, 5:30pm. The Rotunda, UVA Grounds. rotunda.virginia.edu

Beleza Duo. Funkalicious samba soul. Free, noon. Pippin Hill Farm & Vineyards, 5022 Plank Rd., North Garden. pippinhillfarm.com

Jolly Holly Trolley. Take a ride down the mall every weekend this holiday season. Free, noon. The Downtown Mall. friendsofcville.org

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2022 World Cup—­Mexico vs. Argentina. Watch the game on the big screen. Free, 2pm. The Paramount Theater, 215 E. Main St., Downtown Mall. theparamount.net

BRIMS Ceol & Ceili Dance Session. Musicians join together with BRIMS instructors to play reels, jigs, and polkas for dancers. Free, 3pm. Potter’s Craft Cider, 1350 Arrowhead Valley Rd. potterscraftcider.com

stage Elf: The Musical. See listing for Saturday, November 26. $10-20, 2:30pm. Four County Players, 5256 Governor Barbour St., Barbours­ ville. fourcp.org

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Author Visit and Cookie Decorating. A festive storytime with Hannah Barnaby, and holiday cookie decorating with Jaclyn’s Cookies. Free (cookie kits $10), 10:30am. Bluebird & Co., 5792 Three Notched Rd., Crozet. bluebirdcrozet.com

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Veritas Illuminated. See listing for Friday, November 25. $10-15, 5:15pm. Veritas Vineyards and Winery, 151 Veritas Ln., Afton. veritaswines.com

Swansong. Violinist M. Alan Pearce and pianist Rene Sanchez perform classical, rock, soundscapes, soundtracks, jazz, and tango. Free, 2pm. Glass House Winery, 5898 Free Union Rd., Free Union. glass housewinery.com

Elf: The Musical. Buddy, a young orphan, mistakenly crawls into Santa’s bag of gifts and is transported to the North Pole. $10-20, 8pm. Four County Players, 5256 Governor Barbour St., Barboursville. fourcp.org

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Playdates at the Playscape. BYO buddies and snacks and enjoy nature play. $20, 9:30am. Wildrock, 6600 Blackwells Hollow Rd., Crozet. wildrock.org

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outside Jolly Holly Trolley. See listing for Saturday, November 26. Free, noon. The Downtown Mall. friendsofcville.org

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Saving Private Baumer Netflix’s All Quiet on the Western Front reminds us war is hell

Veritas Illuminated. See listing for Friday, November 25. $10-15, 5:15pm. Veritas Vineyards and Winery, 151 Veritas Ln., Afton. veritaswines.com

etc. Daily Tour of Indigenous Australian Art. See listing for Wednesday, November 23. Free, 10:30am and 1:30pm. Kluge-Ruhe Aboriginal Art Collection of UVA, 400 Worrell Dr. kluge-ruhe.org

Monday 11/28 music Baby Jo’s. Tunes from the seven-piece, New Orleans-inspired boogie and blues band. Free, 6:30pm. The Whiskey Jar, 227 W. Main St., Downtown Mall. thewhiskeyjarcville.com Berto & Vincent. Rumba rumba. Free, 7pm. South and Central Latin Grill, Dairy Market. southandcentralgrill.com Gin & Jazz. Brian Caputo Trio performs in the hotel lobby bar. Free, 5:30pm. Oakhurst Hall, 122 Oakhurst Cir. oakhurstinn.com

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Tunesday Tuesdays with Josh Mayo and The House Sauce. Featuring a rotating lineup of local acts. Free, 9pm. Rapture, 303 E. Main St., Downtown Mall. rapture restaurant.com Vincent Zorn. Olé. Free, 7pm. The Bebedero, 225 W. Main St., Downtown Mall. the bebedero.com

outside Playdates at the Playscape. See listing for Saturday, November 26. $20, 9:30am. Wildrock, 6600 Blackwells Hollow Rd., Crozet. wildrock.org

Daily Tour of Indigenous Australian Art. See listing for Wednesday, November 23. Free, 10:30am and 1:30pm. Kluge-Ruhe Aboriginal Art Collection of UVA, 400 Worrell Dr. kluge-ruhe.org

Geeks Who Drink Trivia Night. Useless knowledge means everything at this authentic homegrown trivia quiz. Free, 8pm. Firefly, 1304 E. Market St. fireflycville.com 2022 World Cup—USA vs. Iran. Watch the game on the big screen. Free, 2pm. The Paramount Theater, 215 E. Main St., Downtown Mall. theparamount.net

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etflix has elaborately revived Erich Maria Remarque’s classic World War I novel All Quiet on the Western Front, directed by Edward Berger. Remarque’s novel’s descriptions of trench warfare and mechanized bloodshed have lost none of their punch (likewise, Lewis Milestone’s 1930 film version), but in Berger’s take, many elements don’t fully coalesce into the potent anti-war statement the film is intended to be. German teenager Paul Baumer (Felix Kammerer) and his friends enlist in the Army in a fit of patriotic fervor. Their illusions about war as an exciting adventure vanish as they are thrust into a hellscape of agonizing death. Seasoned soldier “Kat” Katczinsky (Albrecht Shuch) befriends Paul and helps him learn to survive on the front. Meanwhile, in a subplot invented for the film, German diplomats led by Matthias Erzberger (Daniel Brühl) realize their cause is lost, and work toward an armistice with the French. Most of the movie portrays graphic battlefield violence, offset by occasional inter-

ludes of the soldiers at rest. The audience endures nightmarish combat, and some of the battle scenes—especially one involving tanks—are very effective. The production design, costumes, and makeup effects are all first-rate. The opening sequence is probably the most inventive: uniforms being stripped off freshly dead soldiers, cleaned, patched, and recycled, ready to be handed off to the next batch of doomed youngsters. All Quiet is pitched in the gory mode of Saving Private Ryan and Fury, but it’s more deeply indebted to Stanley Kubrick’s Paths of Glory, the gut-wrenching Russian war film Come and See, and Sam Fuller’s masterworks (one of Fuller’s finest lines from The Steel Helmet is paraphrased here). Unfortunately, All Quiet plays like a war movie designed to wow people who haven’t seen many war movies, and it suffers most in its character development, pacing, and scoring. Unlike in Remarque’s novel or Milestone’s film, the audience doesn’t really get to know Paul’s friends well enough for their deaths to register. And the film’s soundtrack prominently features an intrusive and anachronistic three-note leitmotif that is jarringly out of place.

The actors are all fine, and deserve more screen time to offset the violence. Key points are also belabored, like the German High Command’s elegant lifestyle juxtaposed with the squalid lives of its soldiers. And an ancient war movie cliché still holds true here: If a soldier shows off pictures of his loved ones, or even discusses them, he’s a goner. It’s clear just how many antiwar movies are superior to All Quiet in every sense, in-

All Quiet on the Western Front R, 183 minutes cluding the 1930 version, which, despite being over 90 years old, remains better paced and edited. With the quality of cast, crew, and materials at hand, this adaptation could have been shaped into a more impressive film. All the elements are there—the filmmakers just got carried away with bombarding the audience with horror, and lost sight of the movie’s structure and characters. Yes, war is still hell, but there are limits to which viewers can be bludgeoned with that point.

Most of the movie portrays graphic battlefield violence, offset by occasional interludes of the soldiers at rest.

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Family Game Night. Enjoy dinner, refreshing cocktails, mocktails, and beers, and play a variety of games for all ages, including corn hole, jumbo Jenga, cards, and more. Free, 5pm. Dairy Market, 946 Grady Ave. dairymarketcville.com

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The brutalities of trench warfare are on full display in Edward Berger’s adaptation of the classic novel All Quiet on the Western Front.

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Tuesday Evening Concert Series: Yevgeny Kutik and Anna Polonsky. Russian-American violinist Yevgeny Kutik and pianist Anna Polonsky perform. $5-39, 7:30pm. Old Cabell Hall, UVA Grounds. tecs.org

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CHISWELL FARM WINERY 2021 Cabernet Franc

A brand-new release, this Cabernet Franc is an excellent wine to enjoy now or age for a special occasion! With raspberry jam, fig, and allspice on the nose, it has a rounded palate full of spices, cherries, and red plums. Well balanced between earthy and fruit characters, this wine pairs beautifully with the coming Thanksgiving holiday foods like turkey, cranberry sauce, and sweet potato casserole! With a glass in hand, enjoy the beautiful scenery from our lawn, or a cozy chair inside, where you’ll discover a variety of inviting spaces. While indoor seating is limited, there are many options for outdoor seating, including rocking chairs on the covered porch and dining tables on the lawn for small groups. You’re also welcome to bring your own folding chairs and blankets to sit further out on the hill. All seating is first-come, first-served. Ages 21+, no dogs or other pets permitted on the property. For a family-friendly experience, visit our wine shops at Chiles Peach Orchard or Carter Mountain Orchard.

Sundays- Brunch featuring mimosas with juices from our farm-grown fruit. Hours: Wed-Sun 11 am – 5:30 pm 430 Greenwood Rd, Greenwood, VA 22943 434.252.2947 • www.chilesfamilyorchards.com/chiswell

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Nov. 24th – CLOSED for Thanksgiving Nov. 25th & 26th– Escape from Black Friday with wine, cheese, and chocolate tastings and live music by Denise O’Meara

Dec. 2nd- Holiday Wreath Making class (advanced ticket purchase required) Open 7 days a week, 11 am – 5 pm 13372 Shannon Hill Rd • Louisa, VA 23093 (540) 894-5474 • 53rdwinery.com.

CROSSKEYS WINERY 2020 Meritage A rich blend of Merlot, Cabernet Franc, Petit Verdot, and Cabernet Sauvignon aged 15 months in new and neutral oak barrels. Blackberry and vanilla bound out of the glass but the nose evolves into mature layers of brandied cherry, black pepper, and violet. Oak provides dimension and body. Pairs perfectly with the fall October weather! CrossKeys Vineyards is a family owned and operated winery located in the heart of beautiful Shenandoah Valley. Our approach is to grow, by hand, the highest quality fruit using careful canopy management and yield balance to achieve 100% estate-grown wines that are truly expressive of

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We are open 7 days a week, 11am to 5pm offering our 100% Virginia wine by the bottle, glass and tasting flights. Enjoy your visit at our intimate, meadow-like setting in rural Louisa County. we offer well-spaced indoor and outside seating and customers are welcome to bring their own picnic baskets, chairs and blankets. Children and pets are welcome, but pets must always remain outside of buildings and on a leash. Quality wine, friendly staff at a great escape! Visit our website, www.53rdwinery.com.

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Thanksgiving Package! Including the 2021 Vidal Blanc, 2021 Chardonnay, 2021 Barrel Aged Rose and 2021 Cabernet Franc. Each of these wines pairs perfectly with each course of your Thanksgiving Dinner! Compliment these with great dessert wines like Noche, Virginia’s original chocolate infused wine or Kelso, our port-styled red wine. 15% off retail price if purchased as a group.

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Wine is currently available by the glass, flight, or bottle. We have a full menu of seasonal boards, paninis, small bites and snacks to pair well with any of our wines (outside food is not permitted). Wine sales stop 30 minutes prior to closing.

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Open Daily from 11- 7pm 6011 E Timber Ridge Rd, Mt Crawford, VA 22841 (540) 234-0505 https://crosskeysvineyards.com/

DUCARD VINEYARDS 2021 TANA Chardonnay Produced exclusively from our TANA vineyard, this “Macon” style wine shows aromas of green apple on the nose and pleasing minerality on the palate, with a hint of oak on the finish. Our uncrowded rural Madison County area has mountains, streams and plenty of beautiful views along scenic back roads. The tasting room is near hiking and biking trails along the Shenandoah National Forest and is a perfect respite after your day out! Enjoy some peace and quiet relaxation in this challenging environment. Sit on our lawns and sip or pick up a bottle or three of our awardwinning wines to take home. Reservations available and recommended (especially for Saturdays). No reservation fee or minimum purchase. Walk-ups accommodated on a spaceavailable basis. To order wine for local delivery or UPS shipping,

visit our website! Open daily – Mon-Thurs. 12-5 pm Fri. 12-9 pm Sat/Sun. 12-6 pm Weekends (Fri-Sun)- Live music Friday-Sunday all month long. Check out our website for details and the musical artist lineup! Nov. 24th – CLOSED for Thanksgiving Nov. 25th – Black Friday Live Music with Shane Click (2:30 – 5:30 pm) 40 Gibson Hollow Ln • Etlan, VA 22719 (540) 923-4206 www.ducardvineyards.com

EASTWOOD FARM AND WINERY 2021 Petit Manseng With notes of honeysuckle, pineapple, and mango, the nose on this wine is delightful. With only 0.5% residual sugar, it is dry and refreshing with balanced acidity. This small-batch wine was released last month to Eastwood Wine Club members and we are thrilled to now offer it in our Festive Gatherings Bundle - just in time for Thanksgiving. Shop the bundle online or take it home the next time you visit the tasting room. ‘Tis the season for Festive Gatherings! We are thrilled to share a new recipe for a Pear, Brie & Thyme Galette that pairs perfectly with our 2021 Petit Manseng. The recipe and a holiday pairing guide are available now on our website. Join us all month long for awardwinning wines, delicious farm-totable food pairings, special events, live music, and more. NOW OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK! Winery Hours: Sunday - Tuesday (12-5PM), Wednesdays-Saturdays (12-8 PM) 2531 Scottsville Rd. (5 mi from Downtown Charlottesville) Charlottesville, VA 22902 (434) 264-6727 www.eastwoodfarmandwinery.com

HARK VINEYARDS 2019 Merlot Small vat fermented and barrel aged 16 months, this wine showcases notes of black cherry, cola, and savory herbs. This wine follows nice in the footsteps of its predecessor, our 2017 Merlot, which won Gold in the Governor’s Cup. The 2019 is still a bit youthful, and while it tastes great right now, it’s only going to get better over the next several years. The problem? By then it will be long gone! That’s the challenge and the beauty of authentic, estate grown wines. Only 200 cases were produced. Available now for you to experience on our tasting menu! Visiting Hark: Hark Vineyards is a family-owned winery focused on the belief that beautiful views and delicious wine can bring people together. Children

and well-behaved four-legged friends are welcome. We welcome — and encourage — you to bring a picnic and enjoy the experience our estate offers. Some picnic foods such as cheese, charcuterie, jams, crackers, and chocolate are available for purchase. Food trucks and live music most Saturdays from March-November; check our website and social media for details. Our grapes love it here. We think you will, too. Upcoming events Nov. 24th – CLOSED for Thanksgiving Hours Friday 12-6pm, Saturday 12-7pm, and Sunday 12-6pm 434-964-9463 (WINE) 1465 Davis Shop Rd, Earlysville, VA 22936 www.harkvineyards.com

HORTON VINEYARDS Knots & Shuttles Red Sparkling Red sparkling was inconceivable many years ago and it is still rare. Knots and Shuttles is Horton’s flight into red sparkling. It is a dry red wine, deep garnet color with berry aromas ad a lingering effervescent finish. Knots and Shuttles is also the last installment of the Gears & Lace, Steam Punk line of wines. Overall- a fun and unique wine that will pair well with your Thanksgiving dinner! Dec. 3rd- International Touriga Nacional/Port Tasting: This is the ticketed-only International Tasting


dried apricots; featuring a long, 43 sweet/salty mouthfeel and a fruity, fresh finale. When you pour a glass, be patient and allow the wine to develop in the glass to reveal its wonderful aromatic complexity. Haywood is available now in the tasting room by the bottle or glass. Visiting Revalation Vineyards is a familyowned vineyard, located in Madison’s Hebron Valley. Our property offers stunning views of the Blue Ridge mountains from the porch of our 1830’s log cabin tasting room. Enjoy our wine by the bottle or choose one of our flights which feature five different wines. Reservations are requested for indoor, porch or outdoor seating and can be made on our website. Walkins are welcome whenever space is available. Thursday Appointment Only Pick-Up and Tastings Available in November

Open Daily from 10 am – 5 pm 6399 Spotswood Trail, Gordonsville, Virginia (540) 832-7440 www.hortonwine.com

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PIPPIN HILL FARM & VINEYARDS 2019 Petit Verdot Our single varietal 2019 Petit Verdot is a beautiful example of why we love this grape so much. We age this wine in a blend of French and American oak barrels to enhance its complexity, bringing out its rich aromas of boysenberry, black olive and tobacco leaf and highlighting fruit flavors on the palate of blackberry and pomegranate seed. Its finish is dry, with medium tannins and with notes of pepper. This lovely wine pairs well with rich meat dishes, spicy foods and a variety of hard and semi-soft cheeses. Plan to Visit: Pippin Hill is a culinary vineyard in the heart of Virginia’s wine country. There are two types of standard reservations available for food and wine pairings: Indoor Table or Covered Veranda for table service. Walk-ins are welcome for lawn seating. Reservations via Resy are recommended for Indoor and Veranda seating. For the ultimate wine tasting experience, check out Pippin Hill’s elevated wine tasting and tour experience, offered select Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. Learn more at pippinhillfarm.com. Hours Mon - Sun 11am - 5pm* *See Our Calendar for Early Closings. We are Closed the first Monday of every month. Sundays- Live music on the hill! Each Sunday from 1-4 PM, Pippin Hill welcomes local musicians to perform on our Veranda. Check our website for varying artists.

Nov. 26th – Wine School Dinnner at Red Pump Kitchen Nov. 30th – Braising 101 Cooking Class (advanced reservation required) 5022 Plank Rd., North Garden, VA 22959 (434).202.8063 www.pippinhillfarm.com

REVALATION VINEYARDS 2021 Haywood We are very proud and excited to announce the release of Haywood, our very first orange wine. The grapes were crushed, and the juice was left to ferment in contact with skins and seeds for three weeks. Also known as “amber wine”, this style of wine acquires a richer color as well more complex aromas than white wines produced by the conventional process. With aromas of white peach, tangerine, papaya, fresh mint, lemon, and

Holiday planning, travel, and gatherings can make November a busy month. We’ve made it easier for you to pick-up the bottles you need by being available on Thursdays in November for an “appointment only” wine pick-up. Wine can be pre-purchased online (choose curb-side pick-up during check out) or purchased in the tasting room at a reserved time. We’re also opening reservations on Thursdays for “appointment only” wine tasting sessions. We have limited space available. Reserve a space inside the cabin or in our outdoor area for a $5.00 fee. (Fee is waived for wine club members reserving with their registered email.) Purchases and reservations can be made on our website www. revalationvineyards.com. Hours: Friday 12 – sunset, Saturday/ Sunday 12pm to 5pm 2710 Hebron Valley Road, Madison, VA 22727 540-407-1236 www.revalationvineyards.com

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Hours: Friday- Sunday: 12 noon – 5 pm

1800 Fray Road; Ruckersville, VA 22968 (434) 989-9115 / info@montifalco.com www.montifalcovineyard.com

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Reserve one of our super cozy outdoor lounges and seating areas with firepits, tower heaters, cushions, and blankets. (No fee!) We have limited indoor seating in our Tasting Gallery where you can enjoy our rotating collection of antique art and curiosities while sipping through a guided traditional tasting. We are open by walk-in or reservation Friday, Saturday & Sunday Noon-5pm and select holiday Mondays. We remain open year round. We do not accept groups larger than 6. We are an adults only farm winery 21+ (does not apply to infants) Please visit montifalcovineyard.com or call/ text us at 434-989-9115 for more information. We’ll see you at the vineyard!

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2021 Montifalco Vineyard Estate Saperavi, Monticello AVA This is the first single varietal vintage of our 100% Estate Saperavi red wine. Saperavi means “dye” in Georgian. Until now we have used our Saperavi in 2020 and 2021 for our popular Estate Rose wine (2021 is almost sold out!). Saperavi is a teinturier-type (French word meaning to stain or dye). It has dark purple skin with red flesh inside. It’s a grape variety native to Eastern Europe. While most of it is grown in Georgia, it is also farmed in Russia, Moldova, Armenia, Ukraine, Uzbekistan, Azerbaijan and Australia. If left with longer skin contact time, the wine can actually fall into the black wine category, rather than red wine. A wine that is exceptional with savory dishes and higher fat content as Saperavi’s acidity sings with dishes like smoked brisket and grilled NY strip. Email us for recipes! Our 2021 Montifalco Estate Saperavi will be released this December 2022 and we are excited to farm and represent this ancient grape in Virginia’s wine industry.

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series you won’t want to miss! This is the last of the four-part series that Horton has hosted to showcase the amazing wine Virginia has to offer to the world. The tastings will start at 11:30am. Guest speakers will guide you through your tastings and discuss the history of the grape. Charcuterie boards will be available for guests to purchase to go along with their tastings. Advanced ticket purchase required via our website.


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GIVING

Just scan the QR code to donate to one of the featured nonprofits of your choice. They could truly benefit from your tax deductible donation! Have a friend or family that is hard to buy for? Make a donation in their name!

Mark your calendars for Giving Tuesday, November 29th!

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Piedmont CASA Volunteers give kids hope. When kids have hope, they have better outcomes. Give Hope. Support the work of Piedmont CASA Volunteers.

Piedmont CASA is on a mission to champion and help restore children and youth whose lives have been compromised by abuse and neglect.

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ONE DONATION. TWICE THE IMPACT. Double your impact in the fight against invasive species!

Help us protect our native plants and forests for future generations. Donate today and your amount will be doubled by a generous donor up to $20,000!

Thank you for considering a contribution to Blue Ridge PRISM. Your support means the world to us!

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Blue Ridge PRISM is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.

BOYS & GIRLS CLUBS OF CENTRAL VIRGINIA We enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens.

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volunteer opportunities operational members: Run EMS and special rescue calls; they commit to training for and maintaining professional certifications.

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Bring personal expertise in outreach, fundraising, PR, and a host of other areas.

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Cat Action Team is a 501(c)(3) animal welfare non-profit that strives to help cats in central Virginia through trap-neuter-vaccinate-return activities, fostering and adoptions, colony maintenance support, and more.

Here are some ways you can support us... - Become a board member - Volunteer for trapping, fostering, transporting, feeding, tabling, and more (we will train you!) - Join our Fundraising Committee - Plan or participate in events that support CAT and our local community Apply to volunteer and learn more at catactionteam.org or contact us at catactionteamva@gmail.com

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Do you know someone who needs help accessing enough healthy food for their family each month? Send them to

Loaves & Fishes gives a week’s worth of balanced, healthy food to anyone seeking assistance up to two times/month.

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Foods offered: fresh fruit, vegetables, eggs, bread and pastries, frozen meats, canned fruits and vegetables, cooking oil, dried foods (such as pasta, oatmeal, raisins), potatoes, and juice.

Grocery Rescue* USDA Food via BRAFB° Donated via BRAFB° Donated via food drives, distributors, farmers Purchased from BRAFB* and dairy vendor

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JOIN US THIS ADVENT SEASON AT UNIVERSITY BAPTIST CHURCH Weekly Sunday Worship at 11 AM Christmas Eve Service at 5 PM Christmas Day Service at 11 AM University Baptist Church openly welcomes and includes all people regardless of age, background, disability, ethnicity, gender, race, or sexual orientation. WWW.UNIVERSITYBAPTIST.ORG | @ubc_cville

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1147 Rio Road East Charlottesville, VA 22901 (434) 973-2271 Store Hours: Thursday Friday Saturday

Schoolhouse Thrift Shop Annex 1131 Rio Road East, Suite A Charlottesville, VA 22901 (434) 202-0358 Store Hours: Thursday Friday Saturday

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CHANGING LIVES, ONE WORD AT A TIME. Through the generosity of volunteer tutors and financial supporters, Literacy Volunteers of Charlottesville/Albemarle provides free, one-to-one English and Citizenship tutoring for adult learners in our community.

323 adult students learning at Literacy Volunteers, from 44 different countries, speaking 41 first languages. There are

To share the gift of literacy with any individual is to allow them full access to everything our world has to offer. — Richard, volunteer tutor

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Supporting local kids and families for over 100 years!

Promoting kids’ well-being through counseling, family support, and early learning opportunities.

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Inspiring connection, learning, and joy through nature. Donate, Volunteer, Grow with us. Visit piedmontgarden.org to find out how!

Building an urban oasis and discovery center to celebrate the natural world of Central Virginia. Visit us at: 950 Melbourne Rd, Charlottesville, VA 22901 Mailing address: P.O. Box 6224, Charlottesville, VA 22906

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...to build and rebuild homes and communities while catalyzing new pathways to safe, decent, affordable housing for all residents of Greater Charlottesville, this #GivingTuesday and always.

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Love your Habitat

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(Dec. 22-Jan. 19): You now have extra power to exorcise ghosts and demons that are still lingering from the old days and old ways. You are able to transform the way your history affects you. You have a sixth sense about how to graduate from lessons you have been studying for a long time. In honor of this joyfully tumultuous opportunity, draw inspiration from poet Charles Wright: “Knot by knot I untie myself from the past / And let it rise away from me like a balloon. / What a small thing it becomes. / What a bright tweak at the vanishing point, blue on blue.”

Aquarius

(Jan. 20-Feb. 18): In accordance with current astrological rhythms, I am handing over your horoscope to essayist Anne Fadiman. She writes, “I have always felt that the action most worth watching is not at the center of things, but where edges meet. I like shorelines, weather fronts, international borders. There are interesting frictions and incongruities in these places, and often, if you stand at the point of tangency, you can see both sides better than if you were in the middle of either one.”

Pisces

(Feb. 19-March 20): Over the course of my life, I have been fortunate to work with 13 psychotherapists. They have helped keep my mental health flourishing. One of them regularly reminded me that if I hoped to get what I wanted, I had to know precisely what I wanted. Once a year, she would give me a giant piece of thick paper and felt-tip markers. “Draw your personal vision of paradise,” she instructed me. “Outline the contours of the welcoming paradise that would make your life eminently delightful and worthwhile.” She would also ask me to finish the sentence that begins with these words: “I am mobilizing all the energy and ingenuity and connections I have at my disposal so as to accomplish the following goal.” In my astrological opinion, Pisces, now is a perfect time to do these two exercises yourself.

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Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21): Sagittarian rapper and entrepreneur Jay-Z has stellar advice for his fellow Sagittarians to contemplate regularly: “Ain’t nothin’ wrong with the aim; just gotta change the target.” In offering Jay-Z’s advice, I don’t mean to suggest that you always need to change the target you’re aiming at. On many occasions, it’s exactly right. But the act of checking in to evaluate whether it is or isn’t the right target will usually be valuable. And on occasion, you may realize that you should indeed aim at a different target. smart and which are ill-advised. But even when your chancy ventures bring you exciting new experiences, they may still run you afoul of conventional wisdom, peer pressure, and the way things have always been done. Everything I have described here will be in maximum play for you in the coming weeks.

Taurus

(April 20-May 20): Your keynote comes from teacher Caroline Myss. She writes, “Becoming adept at the process of self-inquiry and symbolic insight is a vital spiritual task that leads to the growth of faith in oneself.” Encouraging you to grow your faith in yourself will be one of my prime intentions in the next 12 months. Let’s get started! How can you become more adept at self-inquiry and symbolic insight? One idea is to ask yourself a probing new question every Sunday morning, like “What teachings and healings do I most want to attract into my life during the next seven days?” Spend the subsequent week gathering experiences and revelations that will address that query. Another idea is to remember and study your dreams, since doing so is the number one way to develop symbolic insight.

Gemini

(May 21-June 20): The TV science fiction show “Legends of Tomorrow” features a ragtag team of imperfect but effective superheroes. They travel through time trying to fix aberrations in the timelines caused by various villains. As they experiment and improvise, sometimes resorting to wildly daring gambits, their successes outnumber their stumbles and bumbles. And on occasion, even their apparent mistakes lead to good fortune that unfolds in unexpected ways. One member of the team, Nate, observes, “Sometimes we screw up—for the better.” I foresee you Geminis as having a similar modus operandi in the coming weeks.

Cancer

(June 21-July 22): I like how Cancerian poet Stephen Dunn begins his poem, “Before We Leave.” He writes, “Just so it’s clear—no whining on the journey.” I am offering this greeting to you and me, my fellow Cancerians, as we launch the next chapter of our story. In the early stages, our efforts may feel like drudgery, and our progress could seem slow. But as long as we don’t complain excessively and don’t blame others for our own limitations, our labors will become easier and quite productive.

Leo

(July 23-Aug. 22): Leo poet Kim Addonizio writes a lot about love and sex. In her book Wild Nights, she says, “I’m thinking of dating trees next. We could just stand around all night together. I’d murmur, they’d rustle, the wind would, like, do its wind thing.” Now might be a favorable time for you, too, to experiment with evergreen romance and arborsexuality and trysts with your favorite plants. When was the last time you hugged an oak or kissed an elm? Just kidding! The coming weeks will indeed be an excellent time to try creative innovations in your approach to intimacy and adoration. But I’d rather see your experiments in togetherness unfold with humans.

Virgo

(Aug. 23-Sept. 22): In her book Daughters of the Stone, Virgo novelist Dahlma Llanos-Figueroa tells the tale of five generations of Afro-Cuban women, her ancestors. “These are the stories of a time lost to flesh and bone,” she writes, “a time that lives only in dreams and memories. Like a primeval wave, these stories have carried me, and deposited me on the morning of today. They are the stories

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Libra

(Sept. 23-Oct. 22): In accordance with astrological omens, here’s my advice for you in the coming weeks: 1. Know what it takes to please everyone, even if you don’t always choose to please everyone. 2. Know how to be what everyone wants you to be and when they need you to be it, even if you only fulfill that wish when it has selfish value for you. 3. Do not give others all you have and thereby neglect to keep enough to give yourself. 4. When others are being closedminded, help them develop more expansive finesse by sharing your own reasonable views. 5. Start thinking about how, in 2023, you will grow your roots as big and strong as your branches.

Scorpio

(Oct. 23-Nov. 21): Even if some people are nervous or intimidated around you, they may be drawn to you nonetheless. When that happens, you probably enjoy the power you feel. But I wonder what would happen if you made a conscious effort to cut back just a bit on the daunting vibes you emanate. I’m not saying they’re bad. I understand they serve as a protective measure, and I appreciate the fact that they may help you get the cooperation you want. As an experiment, though, I invite you to be more reassuring and welcoming to those who might be inclined to fear you. See if it alters their behavior in ways you enjoy and benefit from. Expanded weekly audio horoscopes and daily text message horoscopes: RealAstrology.com, (877) 873-4888


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Unique 88-acre property with 4-bedroom home. Property includes two-car garage, storage shed/ shop and 3760 sf. multipurpose building. Beautiful mountain and lake views just 4 miles from Charlottesville. MLS#635483 $1,275,000 Jim Faulconer, 434.981.0076

EVERGREEN HILL

A private 18 acre horse farm, with 4-bedroom main residence, 1-bedroom cottage, beautiful 8-stall center aisle barn, outdoor riding ring, and several fenced pastures and hay fields. With access onto 570 plus acres of parkland with trails. MLS#632164 $1,295,000 Jim Faulconer, 434.981.0076

First time on the market for this delightful, well-maintained 2-story home. Situated on two lots containing 3.60 acres (divisible) in Ednam Forest. The 2,950+ sf home contains a LR with FP, DR, eat-in kitchen, FR with cathedral ceiling and FP, sunporch, study with FP on the 1st floor. The second floor has the main BR with FP, large BA and ample closet space, a small study, two additional well-sized BRs (one currently being used as an office) and a full BA . The home is in a totally private environment of mature plantings with lovely mountain views. MLS#636669 $1,745,000 Steve McLean, 434.981.1863

OWENSVILLE ROAD

5-BR, 6.5-BA home built in 2003 and significantly enhanced. Open main floor with heart pine flooring, stone fireplaces, gourmet kitchen, office, covered deck, and guest suite. Lower level with exercise, game, family rooms. MLS#634194 $2,395,000 Court Nexsen 646.660.0700 / Steve McLean 434.981.1863

RAGGED MOUNTAIN FARM

Two wonderful estate parcels comprised of 185.01± acres in coveted Ragged Mountain Farm. Excellent elevated building site, complete privacy, and beautiful views. Murray/Henley/Western school district. MLS#621083 $1,895,000 Steve McLean, 434.981.1863

WOLFCREEK FARM

Situated near the Blue Ridge Mountains in Madison County on 333 acres. Currently runs as a grazing farm for beef cattle. There are 2 homes on the property and a complement of necessary farm buildings. Not in conservation easement! MLS#630435 $3,200,000 Jim Faulconer, 434.981.0076

HATTON RIDGE FARM

A most tranquil and private 278+ acre grazing and hay farm with two-thirds mile of James River frontage. The centerpiece of Hatton Ridge Farm is an impressive 4-5 bedroom, brick Georgian home, built circa 2000. MLS#634311 $3,675,000 Jim Faulconer, 434.981.0076

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One of the finest condos in Belmont and the Downtown Mall area. 2-story, 3-bedroom 3.5-bath condo, over 3,150 finished square feet, extra high ceilings, a modern and open floor plan with huge windows and doors, plus a large rooftop terrace with views of the Downtown Mall all the way around to Monticello. Contemporary flair with many fine architectural details, many built-ins and great storage unit. Secure garage and garden space. MLS#634149 $1,950,000 Jim Faulconer, 434.981.0076

PEA RIDGE FARM

317 acre estate that has it all: location, views, water, a spectacular 5-BR residence, event center and more! 15+ acre lake is centered among lush rolling fields of rich grass and unparalleled views. Additional acreage available. 25 minutes west of Charlottesville. MLS#631962 $8,875,000 Steve McLean, 434.981.1863

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SIMMONS GAP ROAD

5-acre lot with mature hardwoods. Great opportunity to build with no HOA. Private building site amongst beautiful woods. Located between Free Union and Earlysville but so convenient to Charlottesville and UVA. MLS#621177 $140,000 Charlotte Dammann, 434.981.1250

GARTH ROAD

11.73-acre, buildable lot in Western Albemarle! One of a kind location and a rare opportunity to purchase a large lot in an estate neighborhood 10 minutes to town. 2 division rights and is gently rolling with a small stream bisecting the property. MLS#628219 $795,000 Steve McLean, 434.981.1863

EDNAM FOREST

Wonderfully large 1.5+ acre building lot in Ednam Forest. Build your dream home on this elevated, wooded lot located in a single family community, minutes from UVA and within walking distance to Boar’s Head Resort. MLS#598537 $289,500 Steve McLean, 434.981.1863

CROZET AREA

Beautiful building lot, 3.3 acres, fronting on a quiet paved county road. Land is mostly in pasture, some woods, creek and elevated homesite with panoramic views of mountains, pond, and surrounding pastoral area. Less than a mile to Harris Teeter at Crozet. MLS#636349 $450,000 Jim Faulconer, 434.981.0076

ECOVILLAGE CHARLOTTESVILLE

The Owner has been working with planners and the County of Albemarle to develop on this property an environmentally sensitive and sustainable housing community. 6.5 acre site with two houses. MLS#633951 $1,750,000 Jim Faulconer, 434.981.0076 www.ecovillagecharlottesville.org

INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY

Currently zoned R-1. County plan projects land as urban density. 12” Water line along Rt 29. Best use would be multi-family housing adjacent to Forest Lakes and Hollymead. MLS#636152 $2,995,000 Sharon Donovan, 434.981.7200 Steve McLean, 434.981-1863

SOUTHERN ALBEMARLE

87+ acre pine forest property is a good investment tract, or use as a hunting and recreational tract, or with multiple division rights, a place to build a home or more than one home. Potential mountain views, and private settings. MLS#629213 $499,000 Jim Faulconer, 434.981.0076

GREENTREES

94+ acres 20 minutes from Charlottesville. Originally part of a 188-acre tract, two parcels may be purchased separately or together, with 2 developmental rights each. Mostly maturing pine and very long public road frontage. MLS#635861 $700,000 Tim Michel, 434.960.1124

MEADOW FARM

436+ acre parcel of land in Southern Albemarle! 4 division rights; complete privacy; lush, gently rolling terrain; long road frontage; stream; 3-acre lake; 125135 acres of open land; mature hardwood forests. Under conservation easement. Owner/agent. MLS#634139 $2,985,000 Steve McLean, 434.981.1863

GIBSON’S HOLLOW

Ivy area! A 249 + acre hidden, private Arcadia controlling its own little valley up to the mountain ridge top building sites. Multiple parcels and subdivision rights make it a conservation easement candidate. MLS#634183 $4,000,000 Tim Michel, 434.960.1124 or Steve McLean, 434.981.1863

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MISSION HOME ROAD

146.88 ac. in Albemarle & Greene County. Privacy & protection adjacent to the Shenandoah National Park! Full division rights & multiple home sites. Extraordinary timberland. Views of the mountains, along with easy access to trails and Skyline Drive. MLS#620276 $1,100,000 Steve McLean, 434.981.1863

OWENSVILLE ROAD

Custom built 5-BR residence on 2 ac. lot in Meriwether Lewis Elementary District! Top quality finishes and many features include: an open floor concept on all levels; cathedral & vaulted ceilings; fully loaded chef ’s kitchen; and so much more! MLS#632111 $1,675,000 Will Faulconer, 434.987.9455

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SPRING CREEK AT ZION CROSSROADS:

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hat do you like in a community? What do you want in a place to lay your head? Maybe you love the sporting life. Or perhaps you want a spot where people know each other and enjoy hanging out together. Or a place with walking trails or a friendly nearby restaurant where you can meet for business or for relaxing evenings with family or friends. Perhaps a golf-front home is what you want, or a wooded lot on which to build your dream home, a place for a large family, or just a modest villa. Whatever it is Spring Creek has what you’re looking for. With all of its many amenities you’ll almost certainly find something that is just right for you. Conveniently located just 15 miles east of Charlottesville down Route 64 at Zion Crossroads, Spring Creek is a gated, 950-acre, 1,200-home resort-style village. More affordable than many such attractive developments, and with lower than average property taxes, Spring Creek’s amenities include a nationally recognized golf course, a fitness center, swimming pool, basketball, tennis, and pickle ball courts, as well as a clubhouse. You’ll also find a park, playground, and miles of trails.

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And you can also enjoy the restaurant, pub, and event space that are also perfect for private celebrations and corporate functions.

Spring Creek Living Sherry Palmer of Lloyd’s Real Estate, LLC has been showing homes in Louisa County since 1994, so she knows the region well. It says a lot then, that Palmer and her husband recently moved to Spring Creek. “We like the area and the amenities, and the neighborhood feel and the security,” she says. “It’s a private community, so I like the safety of it; there is a gate guard at all times.” Another thing Palmer loves is the idyllic feel of the place, with its wellmanicured lawns, sidewalks that connect to miles of walking trails, and lots of life on the street. “It’s very well set up,” she says. “We take our little dogs and ride around on our golf carts and see the area. It’s nice seeing the kids out playing. For Halloween we rode around just to see the decorations.” “It doesn’t matter where you go, you’re going to see kids outside playing, and that was important to me, to know that in this day and time you can still send your kids outside to play and not worry about it. You know they’re going to be safe; it’s a community where your neighbors watch out for the children.”


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Bev Nash 434-981-5560 • Two new 1512 sf quality homes • 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, rear deck • Walk out, roughed in basement • LVP floors, granite and stainless steel kitchen • 4+ acre very private lots Between Gordonsville, Louisa and Orange

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COMING SOON IN KESWICK

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• 4 Bedroom, 2.5 Baths • 0.41 Acres, 1,803 Finished Sq. Ft. • Upgraded Siding Accents, Cozy Front Porch • 10’x12’ Rear Deck • First Floor Vaulted Master Suite, Large Great Room • Open Kitchen w/ 36” Wall Cabinets, Dining Nook, Stainless Appliances • High Point s/d located minutes from Palmyra, County Schools, and Rt 15

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Bev Nash 434-981-5560 • 2+ mature wooded acres • 1,926 sf, 3 BR, 2.5 baths • Elevated front porch • Oversized side deck • Covered rear verandah • Shaker kitchen, real oak floors, masonry FP • Dynamic master suite on main level • $695,000

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• New Build - Custom One Level Living • 2900+ sq. ft. 5 Bedroom, 4.5 Bath • Must See Kitchen, Center Island, Walk In Pantry • Features include Coffered Ceiling, In to Out Gas Fireplace • Wonderful Owner’s Suite, Bonus Room over Large Garage • Pastoral Views on 2+ Acres, 15 Minutes to Charlottesville • READY NOW - MLS 634470 - Call for Personal Tour

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• Green Home w Custom Detached Apartment in Downtown Cville. • Vaulted ceilings, abundant light, sunken great room with Sauna • Massive Timber Framed Screened porch, Arched Brick carport detail • Solar Ready 400 amp & ERV charging Station • MLS#636010

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• Sitting amidst estates and horse properties this beautiful 5 acre lot in Keswick area for sale to build your dream home. Convenient to Charlottesville, Gordonsville. $69,900.

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• To Be Built! The Brookwood, Similar to Photo! • 4 Bedrooms, 2.5 Baths, Attached Garage, 1.66 Acres • Upgraded Siding Accent, Wide Window Trim, 10’x16’ Rear Deck • Master Suite with Garden Tub, Double Bowl Vanity • Kitchen with Granite Countertops, Stainless Appliances • Luxury Vinyl Plank Floors, Forest View s/d offer DSL, Fiber Optic

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Pre-Listing Inspection Done. Move right in! 5 BR Ranch on full fin. basement Sun Room & Large Rear Deck Main: Hdwd Floors, 3 BR/1.5 Ba, Large LR w/FP Terrace Level APT: Kitchen, FullBath, 2 BR & FP NEW Windows, HVAC, Electric Panel x2, Septic pump, lines & field • Deck repaired & Stained, chimney cap, tree removal...etc

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While Spring Creek has many activities for children, the grown-ups have fun too. “When they have yard sales, it’s huge—like 200 sites participating. They had a football pool and we joined that. They do a golf cart Christmas parade. They have craft shows, and bingo. It’s just these little things that you don’t get in other subdivisions. Spring Creek has a nice community feel.” Are we intrigued yet? Clearly Spring Creek is special. Let’s take a closer look. We’ll start at Tavern on the Green, a 144-seat, full-service restaurant and bar with a view of the lake and the Spring Creek Golf Club’s 18th green. Open to the public seven days a week, it’s an appealing spot for a happy hour drink with friends, a meal with family, or a pint after a round of golf. The chef happily provides vegan, gluten-free or kosher meals, and sources as many ingredients as possible from local farms. Tavern on the Green also hosts events each week—Bourbon Nights, for example, and Passport Dinners to such interesting places as Brazil, Morocco, and the Caribbean. A December 3 celebration will mark the anniversary of the 1933 repeal of “The Stupidest Constitutional Amendment,” Number 18—Prohibition. The expansive menu for Brunch With Santa, December 11 at the golf course clubhouse, ranges from a pancake bar and other breakfast items to savory delights like chicken, ham, and brisket.

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Spring Creek Golfing And what about that golf course? When it comes to a game of golf, the people at Spring Creek say, “there are basically two kinds of courses; those you play for the convenience, and the courses you truly seek out.” Spring Creek Golf Club was built for “the seekers,” the people for whom “average just doesn’t work,” the ones looking for a golfing experience that is “the best life has to offer.”

Spring Creek Golf Club was built for “the seekers,” the people for whom “average just doesn’t work,” the ones looking for a golfing experience that is “the best life has to offer.”

They aren’t just talking. Designed to be attractive to high-handicap golfers, but challenging even for tournament professionals, the 18-hole Spring Creek course has received awards from Golf Digest and other publications as one of the best public courses in the nation. It was also named the 2021 Golfers’ Choice by GolfPass, as the top public course in Virginia. Meticulously groomed, it traverses rolling hills and woods with views of rock walls and bridges, offering strategic challenges in an especially lovely setting. A driving range, short game area, and golf shop supplement the course. And a staff full of PGA Professionals is available by appointment for individual and group instruction. Tee-times can be booked online. Current course conditions are updated daily. Up-and-coming—young—golfers can choose from three programs. The Fire 12 Junior Program for ages 6-13 intro-

duces key golf concepts, and develops skills through clinics and competition. This eight-week program is offered both spring and fall. Clinics provide formal instruction as well as game-based learning. Spring Creek also offers a “Little Linksters” program for ages four and five. Little Linksters meet weekly for eight weeks, accompanied by a parent or chaperone. Spring Creek’s 9,500 square foot Sports Club & Fitness Center is the place to work out with cardio and aerobic equipment, as well as free weights. The 25 meter pool and toddler wading pool are close by a children’s playground. The Center’s meeting space and banquet rooms can accommodate as many as 150 people, and include a catering kitchen.

Spring Creek Homes What a place to live—and spots are still to be had. But let’s back up a moment. Zion Crossroads hasn’t always had

this much going on. Not much was happening at all until the early 1970s, in fact. Things really took off in the early 2000s, when plans were put in place for both Spring Creek and a business corridor. Take Exit 136 off of Route 64 today, where it crosses Highway 15 (James Madison Highway), go north on 15, and you’ll find the entrance to Spring Creek just a mile up the road. More pre-construction single family lots are now available for buyers, including Neighborhood lots priced from the $80 thousands, Conservation lots priced from the $90 thousands, and spectacular Golf Front lots overlooking Fairway #1 from $175 thousand and up. Buyer incentives include reduced HOA fees until building begins, no time limits on building, the opportunity to choose your own builder, and developer financing. Stanley Martin Homes currently has four 1,877-square foot villa homes available now, and four more to come. Each


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villa home is attached to one other home and features main level living. While all are set up a little differently, each shares the same floor plan, and has three bedrooms and two and half bathrooms. Some have a screened porch, and some an outdoor patio. On the main level, in addition to the dining room and family room, are the primary bedroom, bathroom with double vanity, and a walk-in closet. The kitchen features a large pantry. The laundry room is on the main level as well. Near the front door is a half bath and a clothes closet. Each villa has a generous amount of space on the second floor, with two bedrooms, full bath, and walk-in closet, plus space for a den perhaps, or an office. Each has a two-car garage. Options include an upgraded fireplace and a gourmet kitchen set-up. One such home is currently on the market for $399,990, while another on the same street is priced at $414,990. “The villas are so beautifully built,” Palmer says. “and very nice.” She recently aided a retired couple looking for a villa, who decided to have one built in Spring Creek. “They moved here from further South,” she says. “We spoke to them a couple of weeks ago, and they’re very happy in there.” Another, ready-to-be-built option, priced from the low $500Ks and comprising 2,042 to 3,339 square feet, is called the Willow. These one-level, Arts and Crafts style homes come with a sunny, open floorplan, luxurious main floor owner suite, and a kitchen with stainless appliances, granite counters and soft close cabinetry. The walk in pantry has solid wood shelving. The bedrooms are carpeted. Two-car garages are attached. Two-story homes in what’s been named Parksley style have four bedrooms and three and a half baths. An open floor

Shops, Schools and Medical Facilities Spring Creek Business Park is a multilot 155-acre site. The UVA Medical Park at Zion Crossroads is located here as is the Sentara Martha Jefferson Health Services at Spring Creek. And for dental care, services are available at nearby Spring Creek Family Dentistry & Orthodontics. Animal lovers can take their pets to Crossroads Animal Hospital, a full service veterinary clinic that offers boarding, dental cleanings, surgery and preventive care along with many other options. If you are entertaining more guests than you can house, the nearby Best Western Hotel can help. Directly across the street is Lowes, Super Wal-Mart, WalMart Distribution Center, and an array of retail shops. For more choices, not only is Charlottesville just 20 minutes away, but you can reach Short Pump Town Center on the outskirts of Richmond in just 35 minutes. For home buyers with kids, Louisa County has three elementary schools, a middle school, a high school, and a Christian academy. The high school and Thomas Jefferson Elementary were rebuilt after being damaged by an earthquake in 2011. The new high school has received accolades for its student achievement, which puts it in the top 25 percent of high schools in the country.

What’s Not to Like? Homes for families, singles, first-time buyers, and downsizing seniors. Inviting spots for great golfing, hiking, swimming and you name it. There is something for everyone in this lovely and active community. “When you move into Spring Creek,” Sherry Palmer says, “you know you’re going to get top of the line.”


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VERULAM FARM

$ 2 , 4 9 5 , 0 0 0 | MLS 630710

Beautiful 207+ acre farm in a protected enclave of Madison County with incredible views of both the Blue Ridge and Southwest Mountains. The natural beauty and privacy are unparalleled. An attractive farmhouse with a c. 1804 section is perfect as a weekend getaway or guesthouse leaving numerous incredible building sites for a main residence. Additional improvements include a large pond with dock, pool, manager’s cottage, a center aisle stable with 8, 12 x 12 stalls and finished office space above, garage and good farm buildings and farm infrastructure An excellent candidate for conservation easement. PETER A. WILEY

| 434 422 2090

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SOLITE FARM

$ 9 1 0 , 0 0 0 | MLS 630924

129 rolling acres minutes from the Village of Fork Union. The land is a mix of open crop/pasture, and hardwood forest, and is in two tax map parcels. The existing driveway enters the property from West Bottom Road and continues on past the beautiful two acre pond to a perfect elevated home site. The larger of the two parcels also has frontage on Route 15, and has 11 acres zoned commercial. The open land is currently leased as crop land. Great farm property, or solid investment. JUSTIN H. WILEY | 434 981 5528

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One of Virginia’s preeminent estates, Verulam is nestled on 503 acres in the breathtaking foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, conveniently located just 4 miles from the University of Virginia and modern amenities of Charlottesville. The Classical Revival manor, offers an easy elegance with both formal and informal spaces that flow seamlessly to bucolic grounds, formal Charles Gillette designed gardens and handsome pool complex. Additional amenities include a charming guest house and restored dairy barn turned grand event venue. The farm abuts 1,000+ additional acres of protected land including the Ragged Mountain Reservoir Natural Area. JUSTIN H. WILEY | 434 981 5528 PETER A. WILEY | 434 422 2090

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FOSTERS BRANCH

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$ 5 7 5 , 0 0 0 | MLS 623681

Headquarters, circa 1837, is located west of Charlottesville in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, one of White Hall's/Browns Cove's most historically significant and best preserved properties married with a tastefully designed 2005 addition. The 5 bedroom, 4 bath home sits on 50 acres of pasture and mature hardwoods with stunning views of the pond and surrounding mountains. The estate includes a managers house, stable, utility barn, and numerous other dependencies. Incredibly private surrounded by the natural beauty of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Doyles River frontage. Property can also be purchased with 428 acres for $5,250,000.

A spectacular 1842 Virginia Landmark situated on a 739acre estate with magnificent views of the Blue Ridge & Allegheny mountains. The original architectural elements: 17-inch thick, Flemish bond laid brick walls, oversized 6 over 6 windows, 13 fireplaces, plaster walls and tongue and groove flooring have been expertly paired with all the modern conveniences. The 9723 sq ft Greek Revival residence has been meticulously renovated to a pristine level rarely seen. The residence sits at 1200 feet overlooking the beautiful 6-acre lake w/ layered mountain views beyond. The level of natural beauty & privacy enjoyed from the residence is unparalleled. 20 min south of Lexington & 30 min to Roanoke airport, 7 min to Town of Buchanan.

First time ever on the open market, two exceptional parcels with incredible views over Charlottesville and layered Blue Ridge Mountains beyond. These private parcels, perched on the western slope of the Southwest Mountains, offer complete seclusion yet are only 15 minutes from downtown Charlottesville, its restaurants, amenities and UVA. Perfect as a family compound or build on one and sell the other. Please do not drive on property without an appointment.

JUSTIN H. WILEY | 434 981 5528 PETER A. WILEY | 434 422 2090

JUSTIN H. WILEY | 434 981 5528 PETER A. WILEY | 434 422 2090

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407+ ACRE ESTATE IN THE AREA OF MIDDLEBROOK VA - SHENANDOAH VALLEY Extraordinary mountain and pastoral views from the all angles. Perched atop one of many rolling hills is the stunningly renovated Georgian manor home, with first and second story elegant master suites. The land has an active organic farm, several fenced-in paddocks with livestock and seven natural springs. A secure gated entry, a second home, a 1650 sq ft cabin, with equally amazing views, in addition to many outbuildings. MLS 631882 For more information, see ad on page 12

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12570 Chicken Mountain Rd Orange , VA Home built in 2000 from reclaimed materials - 100 acres is enhanced by being in the middle of a couple of thousand acres

Jane Porter Fogleman (434) 242-8355

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12570 Chicken Mountain Rd Orange , VA Home built in 2000 from reclaimed materials - 100 acres is enhanced by being in the middle of a couple of thousand acres

Jane Porter Fogleman (434) 242-8355

NOVEMBER 23 - 29, 2022 ISSUE 3147

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