David Moltz


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The changing face of the Corner

When a small café known for its healthy food opens a bar, a gritty pool hall goes upscale to become a gourmet hamburger joint and an independent record store may make way for a national pharmacy, it is just another year on the Corner.

Plan 9 Music, Satellite Ballroom to close

Plan 9 Music will allow its lease in the Anderson Brothers Building on the Corner to expire at the end of May, which will lead to the closure of music venue Satellite Ballroom.

The changing face of the Corner

When a small café known for its healthy food opens a bar, a gritty pool hall goes upscale to become a gourmet hamburger joint and an independent record store may make way for a national pharmacy, it is just another year on the Corner.

Team looks to finish season on high note

Spring Break will be anything but restful for the Virginia men's basketball team -- the Cavaliers will play four ACC teams in nine days to finish the regular season. The Cavaliers (13-12, 3-9 ACC) enter the month of March with their first multi-game winning streak in conference play, two games, after a convincing 78-60 home win against N.C.

He's baaaack

After watching junior forward Laurynas Mikalauskas nurse an injured shoulder for most of the season, Cavalier fans might not have known what to expect upon his return to the hardwood. Mikalauskas' first game back, however, was not just any game for Virginia.

Stocking the Cyber Stacks

Though a legal battle has surrounded the program for nearly three years, the Google Books Library Project continues to digitize hundreds of thousands of books from the University's library system.

Pounding the Political Pavement

In what some are calling the most contested presidential primary season in recent memory, student volunteers are playing a big role.

Feeling the housing crunch

The sheriff would arrive in a few hours to escort her from the premises, said the frantic sounding woman on the telephone.

Statewide smoking ban bill reconsidered

Gov. Tim Kaine reintroduced expanded legislation last week that would ban smoking in all Virginia restaurants, including those in private clubs. Last year, the General Assembly considered a bill that would have allowed smoking only in establishments with a clearly labeled section for smokers.