Charlottesville Blog Carnival 05-05-2006

I accepted this challenge not fully understanding the time that is required to read (or at least attempt to read) all of the offerings of the Charlottesville blogging community. If anyone feels left out, I apologize.

This week was punctuated by the Charlottesville City elections and the opening of the Downtown Mall to even more traffic.

Lucretius reflects on the election, as does Rick.

DocMultimedia, the most ornery resident of the “village” reflects on the opening of the Mall while Jeannine wonders whether “pedestrian mall” means something else.

Waldo launched Virginia Political Blogs – an aggregator of perhaps the most active political blogosphere in the nation.

Anoop reveals that the Waffle House takes credit cards. Is the apocalypse really that close?

CvilleTomorrow notes the conflicts in installing a town within a town.

The end of this chapter in the Living Wage campaign. I have a feeling that it will be back.

Sean Tubbs with CPN is podcasting some of Charlottesville – Right Now. If only WINA would stream and podcast the entire shows …

Dave comments on immigration.

Joe continues his finding of some of the best stuff on the web. Bet on the price of gas!

Duane laments the continuing lack of geographic knowledge of America youth.

Private college counselors for the application-challenged.

Lexi is tired.

We have a broad and wide-ranging blogging community here in the Greater Charlottesville area. Any omissions were purely my fault.

Anoop will be hosting next week.

Technorati Tags: ,

(Visited 16 times, 1 visits today)


  1. Pingback: » Blog Archive » Blog Carnival: Jim Duncan Hosts

  2. Sean Tubbs May 5, 2006 at 11:24

    We’ll keep trying to bring you more podcasts… What do you think of the ones we’ve posted so far?

  3. Jim Duncan May 5, 2006 at 15:16

    Love ’em. Absolutely love ’em.