The Hook (newspaper)
The 2007-02-22 (#0608) front page of The Hook
|Headquarters||100 Second Street NW
Charlottesville, Virginia 22902 United States
The Hook was a weekly newspaper published in Charlottesville, Virginia and distributed throughout Central Virginia and the Shenandoah Valley. It was founded in 2002 by a number of former employees of another Charlottesville weekly, C-ville Weekly, including its co-founder and editor Hawes Spencer.
The Hook features included the "HotSeat" (in which Charlottesville notables answered questions about everything from what is in their refrigerator to their most embarrassing moments), "4BetterOrWorse" (an often humorous summary of local and national news items), and the "Culture Calendar".
The Hook's webcam showed the streetscape of Charlottesville's Downtown Mall, a pedestrian promenade that includes the local Ice Park and Jefferson and Paramount theaters.
- "Banquet bonanza: Hook, T-D take top prizes at VPA". The Hook weekly. 2007-03-29. Retrieved 2007-06-12.
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