VPAP Baffled by Media’s Blurry Lines
Virginia Public Access Project continues to struggle to define what constitutes news reporting worth of inclusion in its popular VaNews news digest
The Real Reason Why Amazon Is the Future
Some people say that Amazon is taking over the world. I, for one, welcome my new corporate overlord.
Shocker: Positive Signs from Washington Metro
Washington Metro moves in positive direction
Shrinking news staffs at Virginia’s largest daily newspapers
The Shiv for Virginia’s Middle Class
Governor Northam’s plan to stick the middle class must be viewed in the larger context of public policy in Virginia.
Solar, Location-Variable Costs, and the 21st-Century Grid
What is the relative value of utility-scale versus community versus individual rooftop solar?
Kessler attracted only 40 to his “white civil rights rally.”
Can’t Get Enough of Them Bacon Bits…
This ‘n that in the news.
Will the New Mobility Revolution Make Congestion Worse?
What seems evident is that publicly owned mass transit behemoths are in desperate need of a shake-up in the age of Uber and Lyft.
VaNews, the New Power Broker in the Virginia Media Landscape
The news clips from VPAP start the day for many in Virginia.