As part of our ongoing effort to be accountable to our community, Charlottesville Tomorrow on Monday worked with local activist Don Gathers to hold our third community feedback session at the historic First Baptist Church on West Main Street.
Three journalists from 0629.com.ua, an online news outlet in Mariupol, Ukraine, visited Charlottesville Tomorrow last week. The three-day visit was part of an exchange program organized by non-governmental organization International Research & Exchanges Board (IREX) that could result in members of our newsroom visiting Eastern Europe within the next year. Editor Yuliia Sviashchenko and reporters Hanna […]
Giles will be in New Orleans this week rubbing elbows with fellow Online News Association members at the annual digital news conference. On Wednesday, he’s spending the whole day with trainers Kerry Donahue and Lindsay Abrams from PRX at the INN Business Intensive to learn how to grow audiences for public affairs podcasts, like Soundboard, […]
On Thursday, August 22, Charlottesville Tomorrow hosted an August Coffee Conversation from our newsroom in CitySpace. Over 70 readers came out to discuss national, regional, and local sustainability and environmental issues. Presenters included Julia Ela, Operations Director from the Rivanna Conservation Alliance, John Reynolds, Shenandoah National Park Trustee Emeritus, and Nicole La Rocque, Head of […]
This week we say goodbye to our two summer interns, Ali Sullivan and Norah Mulinda. Ali, a Colorado native, takes the knowledge she learned during her internship to the University of Virginia, where she majors in Government and Media Studies. “As a U.Va. student, it can be easy to get trapped in the college ‘bubble,” […]
If Charlottesville Tomorrow intends to become a new kind of local newspaper, we need to stand on our own, question all of our assumptions, and engage our community in the pursuit to do better. We can serve our readers by providing a clear coverage alternative in our areas of focus. More significantl
On Friday, June 10, 2019, Charlottesville Tomorrow hosted a Coffee Conversation, “Moving from Me to We: Four Scales of Climate Action,” in partnership with VMDO Architects, UVA Sustainability Program and Charlottesville Climate Collaborative. Our speakers, Teri Kent (C3 Director of Programs and Communication), Jesse Warren (UVA Sustainability Program), and Michelle Amt (VMDO) discussed the attached […]