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Fine Dining at the Illustrious Peter Chang

Photography by Joel Gibbons

Joel Gibbons, staff writer Few restaurants in Charlottesville can take you on the culinary adventure that Peter Chang provides for its customers. This gourmet Chinese restaurant, founded by the legendary Chinese Chef Peter Chang, takes familiar Asian cuisine and alters it to provide a new explosion of flavor which not only fills your stomach, but […]

November 6th, 2017 | Posted in From the Forum,Fun,Opinion,Reviews | Read More »

Romeo and Juliet, A Classic Reimagined

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Isaac Rowlingson, staff writer The Maxwell Theatre (Black Box Theatre) at PVCC carries the tradition of the intimate environment that has portrayed “Romeo and Juliet” as well as Shakespeare’s other plays so honestly for centuries. The audience sat tight on Friday, Oct. 27, packed into three rows of inclined seating. With relatively little room for […]

November 3rd, 2017 | Posted in Arts & Entertainment,Events,Opinion,Reviews | Read More »

Review: Rick and Morty Season 3

Jake DeLaurier, staff writer After waiting a year and a half, Rick and Morty fans were finally treated to the third season. Creators Justin Roiland, Dan Harmon, and their team of writers have crafted yet another amazing set of ten episodes that are easily some of the best content on TV. Season three started on […]

October 24th, 2017 | Posted in Arts & Entertainment,Fun,Opinion,Reviews | Read More »

PVCC Community Voices


PVCC faculty and student answer questions submitted to the Sept. 11 Teach-in.   As a student, how can we bring about positive change to the community without being political? From a Faculty perspective. As an individual, you cannot change others around you. However, you can first look inward and find your true voice. Understanding your […]

October 10th, 2017 | Posted in Campus News,From the Forum,News,Opinion | Read More »

Review: Brunch at The Pigeon Hole

Photography by MaKayla Grapperhaus

MaKayla Grapperhaus, staff writer Located on The Corner, The Pigeon Hole is just a short walk from University of Virginia (U.Va). Under the shelter of a large oak tree, the bright blue house with its wooden porch is the perfect spot for Sunday brunch. The Pigeon Hole gives customers the option of dining inside or […]

May 4th, 2017 | Posted in From the Forum,Opinion,Reviews | Read More »

Body Count: Bloodlust Review: No Bodies Left Behind

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Joe Fowler, online editor Twenty-five years have passed since heavy metal band Body Count released their controversial, self-titled debut album. The band made headlines with lyrical content that drew the ire of law-enforcement agencies, the National Rifle Association, and former-President George H.W. Bush and his second-in-command Dan Quayle. Over two decades and several albums later, […]

May 4th, 2017 | Posted in Arts & Entertainment,Music,Opinion,Reviews | Read More »

Review: Poke Sushi Bowl

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Tucker Noelke, staff writer New to the already diverse series of unique restaurants on the UVA Corner, located on 14th Street NW, is Poke Sushi Bowl.  Its healthy and trendy menu make it a popular choice among the college community. I walked in to find a line of students patiently waiting. Grace Deal, who attends […]

April 7th, 2017 | Posted in From the Forum,Opinion,Reviews | Read More »

Southern Cuisine at the Whiskey Jar

Photography by Olivia Stevens

Olivia Stevens, staff writer On the downtown mall, right across from Main Street Arena ice skating rink, glowing mason jars light up a corner sign that reads The Whiskey Jar. When you walk into the softly lit restaurant, the dark red walls contribute to the atmosphere. On the walls are vintage animal artwork, even a […]

April 7th, 2017 | Posted in From the Forum,Opinion,Reviews | Read More »

Zinburger, Where UVA Comes to Play

Photography by Marlie Soderquist

Marlie Soderquist, staff writer Located in the Barracks Road shopping center, Zinburger Wine and Burger Bar stands out from the run of the mill store fronts with its large glass windows and backyard-feel patio seating. Walking into Zinburger, customers are hit with the crispness of white napkins on polished wooden tables with white chairs, mirror-lined […]

April 7th, 2017 | Posted in From the Forum,Opinion,Reviews | Read More »

Review: Sensational Home Cooking

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Sean Gill, staff writer I remember going to high school in a small town in rural South Dakota where every evening, after football practice, I would come home to an appetizing home cooked meal. That’s the same feeling I got as I walked into Doodles Diner at 1305 Long St. over by the Pantops area […]

April 7th, 2017 | Posted in From the Forum,Opinion,Reviews | Read More »

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