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Summertime is Session Time

Summertime is Session Time

By Diane Catanzaro and Chris Jones   Summertime in Hampton Roads, when air temperatures are in the 90s and the percent relative humidity is also in the 90s, no sane person wants a barley wine or an Imperial Stout.  What we want is a session beer, a relatively low alcohol quencher of both thirst, and

Dutch Dialogues Virginia: Life at Sea Level Scheduled for June 19 to 23 at Slover Library

By Lori Crouch Dutch Dialogues Virginia: Life at Sea Level will bring experts on urban water management – from engineers to planners – to Hampton Roads to discuss, discover and design  ideas and solutions for the future. The kick-off session is scheduled for Friday, June 19, from 9 a.m. to noon. It will be held

Sea Level Rise: What Can Norfolk Learn from Holland?

By Jeff Maisey Last year, according to CAPT Maarten Lutje Schipholt, National Liaison Representative of The Netherlands to Supreme Allied Command Transformation in Norfolk, Kareem Chun, a Dutch student working at NATO ACT headquarters, looked at the broader impact of rising sea levels for the Hampton Roads area and came up with the following conclusions:

Reconsidering the ABC

By Al Markowitz Like many of you, I have been increasingly appalled by the abuses of our state Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control, or ABC, especially their attempts at law enforcement at UVA. Last year armed under cover ABC agents attacked Elizabeth Daly, a twenty year old student after she and two classmates bought sparkling