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Most American’s aren’t aware that fighting in the U.S. Civil War continued long after Lee’s surrender at Appomattox, Virginia. Historian Rick Britton has the details.
During the Tuesday, April 14, 2015 broadcast of Inside Charlottesville, host Coy Barefoot shared these unplanned, candid remarks about American liberty.
Members of the Virginia General Assembly intentionally shroud the work they do from the public— including meetings and votes. The public’s business is far from public.
Inside Charlottesville host Coy Barefoot marks the anniversary of the birth of Thomas Jefferson.
PilotTom Askins joins Coy to talk about his three-decades-plus flying for TWA.
Author and historian Rick Britton joins Coy to discuss the 150th anniversary of the end of the U.S. Civil War.
Coy Barefoot’s recent comments about what they teach at the University of Virginia — and what they do not.
Albemarle County Board of Supervisor Brad Sheffield has the latest on the County Budget, residential and commercial growth, plus an update on the planned improvements to the Route 29 corridor.
Everything you thought you knew about the First Amendment is wrong.
Charlottesville Fire Chief Charles Werner announces his retirement after decades serving the central Virginia community.
Virginia Secretary of Public Safety Brian Moran explores the future of the ABC following the brutal arrest of UVA student Martese Johnson.
Are we going back to the Moon? Why are we going to Mars, anyway? What’s the future of manned or robotic spaceflight? Coy talks with “America’s Favorite Astronomer,” the University of Virginia’s Ed Murphy.
Religious freedom or Legalized Bigotry?
Albemarle County Supervisor Brad Sheffield with the latest on the County budget and future of Route 29.
The latest details on the fight to save Sweet Briar College with Courteney Stuart, Editor-in-Chief at the Cville Weekly.
Professor of History and Essayist David Perry explores the runaway number of police killings of people with mental illness.
The Virginia ACLU announces here for the first time is concerns that Governor McAuliffe is sabotaging new legislation that was aimed at protecting the civil liberties and privacy of citizens.
Special “Grim Episode” includes plane crashes, disaster movies, ABC arrests and Power Puff Girls!
UVA Board of Visitors hikes tuition by unprecedented rates. Charlottesville journalist Graelyn Brashear explains the details.
Rick Sincere makes the case for lowering the drinking age in America.
Should states be compelled to provide license plates with Confederate flags on them?
What the news about the Sony hack didn’t tell you — plus China’s emerging media market and what that means for the rest of the world.
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