In My Humble Opinion’s podcast has a candid conversation with Brinson about his perspective on life in restaurants in central Virginia.
Category: First person
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A car crashed into her living room — and it was all terribly inconvenient
Katrina Spencer learned to detach from disasters a long time ago. So when a car punched a hole in her home, life went on.
Why a crossing guard will suggest Charlottesville’s City Council install speed cameras near schools
Substitute crossing guard Adrienne Dent writes that drivers too often go too fast and that it’s time the city takes further action to slow them down.
7 must-read stories by your neighbors
Here’s a recap of the first year of First Person Charlottesville.
My 14th Christmas in prison
Mithrellas Curtis, incarcerated at the Fluvanna Correctional Center, makes ‘magic out of thin air’ — no matter where she celebrates the holidays.
A new podcast series from In My Humble Opinion highlights perspectives from community members
The first episode is about what violence means in our lives, as told by Katrina Spencer.
He used to sneak to the back of the library to learn about who he was — now this trans advocate has his own book
Charley Burton didn’t know what “trans” meant until his 50s, and he wants young people to find their voices sooner than he did.
India Sims can do everything you can do — just sitting down
A beauty specialist and advocate says it’s time for Charlottesville to add ‘accessible’ to its historic character.
Vinegar Hill: Get to know how this Charlottesville chef is teaching the culinary arts — and why
Here’s what Chef Antwon Brinson wants you to know about finding your focus.
In Charlottesville’s ‘summer of hate,’ a Chinese American pastor found his place in the struggle for civil rights
Michael Cheuk didn’t know how we would respond to the Unite the Right rally — until he reconsidered his own family history and his faith.