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Why it’s Important to Do Your Hair Before Going on the Radio

By Communications, Crisis Communications, Media, Social Media
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My friends Ginger Germani and Erica Haskins will be happy to see this.

And while you’re pondering what “radio hair” looks like, please listen to the podcast from Charlottesville — Right Now! We talked about reputation management, brand engagement and social media with Coy Barefoot!



Tweet, Meet, Eat and . . . History! Tweetup Friday, Sept. 16 at Noon

By Communications

A serious part of my Charlottesville cultural upbringing has been missing.

Confession: I have never been to The White Spot.

Upon learning this, my friend Coy Barefoot and I decided it was high time we meet for lunch and quickly turned our date into a full fledged tweetup, enhanced by a short, historical walking tour of The Corner at the University of Virginia.

Coy, an historian, wrote the book, The Corner: A History of Student Life at the University of Virginia.

Me? I just want a Gus Burger.

Join us! Friday, Sept. 16, 2011 at noon.

Eat, Meet, Tweet and History