Chris Graham breaks down the 71-54 road win for #16 UVA at Boston College on this installment of Street Knowledge.
Viewpoints explores research into the impact of sports-related concussions on young athletes.
Street Knowledge with Chris Graham talks more UVA basketball, and examines the Cavs’ upcoming week in the ACC.
Chris Graham and Scott German break down #19 UVA’s 77-73 win at Clemson on Saturday in this installment of Street Knowledge.
Chris Graham looks at the state of UVA football, with the clock ticking toward the 2020 Chick-fil-A Kickoff. Is three years enough time to get ready?
You didn’t know this when you voted, but you made us partners with Donald Trump in the Trump Organization.
Chris Graham tries to assuage UVA basketball fans’ concerns after the Cavs dropped in the national rankings this week.
Chris Graham and Scott German break down the 79-62 win for #11 UVA over Wake Forest in ACC basketball action on Sunday.
Chris Graham looks at #11 UVA as the Cavs have fallen into a two-game losing streak in a topsy-turvy ACC basketball scene.
Chris Graham talks about the news that Tom Perriello is entering the 2017 Virginia Democratic Party governor race on this episode of Street Knowledge.
Staunton Augusta Waynesboro Habitat for Humanity executive director Lance Barton joins Viewpoints to talk about the non-profit’s efforts to boost home ownership in the Greater Augusta region.
Chris Graham tries to whittle down UVA coach Tony Bennett’s 10-man rotation to eight, and comes up with the ideal Cavs starting 5.
Chris Graham and Scott German provide analysis and commentary on the 60-58 upset win for #20 Florida State at #12 UVA on Saturday.
Street Knowledge with Chris Graham looks ahead to Saturday’s ACC hoops matchup with #12 UVA and #20 FSU, and then reviews a recent article about the inner business workings of WWE.
Chris Graham and Scott German break down the 61-53 win for #12 UVA at #6 Louisville on this episode of Street Knowledge.
Augusta County Sheriff Donald Smith joins Viewpoints to talk about his first year in office and his priorities for 2017.
Chris Graham goes through his top 10 stories from the world of pro wrestling in this episode of Street Knowledge.
Chris Graham reviews the top 10 UVA sports stories of 2016 on today’s Street Knowledge. And yes, it’s OK to call this clickbait.
Chris Graham interviews Brian Leung, the editor of the Streaking The Lawn blog, and the author of the book 100 Things Virginia Fans Should Know & Do Before They Die.
State Del. Steve Landes joins Viewpoints to talk about the upcoming 2017 Virginia General Assembly session.
Chris Graham talks UVA basketball with Scott German and raising money for the Salvation Army with Jason Perdieu.
Chris Graham talks treadmill running, the latest in WakeyLeaks and looks at Virginia politics poll numbers today on Street Knowledge.
How much do you tip? And who do you tip? Chris Graham and Crystal Graham explore the tipping point on today’s Street Knowledge.
On today’s installment of Street Knowledge with Chris Graham: Donald Trump learns that wrestling is fake, John Podesta learns email security, and Scott German talks UVA basketball and Baltimore Orioles.
Everybody has an Uncle Skeeter. Maybe not in the sense that the guy’s actually named Skeeter, but you have a family member who is into the conspiracies.
Chris Graham laments the spread and growing popularity of fake news on today’s podcast. We also talk UVA basketball and NXT wrestling.
Chris Graham talks nonpartisan redistricting, immigrants rights, then switches gears to talk college basketball and pro wrestling. And barely breaks a sweat.
I’m surrounded, apparently, by people who feel trod upon. I base this observation on the number of Don’t Tread on Me license plates I’ve seen lately.
The Jill Stein recounts are going nowhere. So why are Donald Trump allies filing suit to block them from happening in the first place?
Chris Graham looks at UVA basketball after the sixth-ranked Cavs defeated Ohio State Wednesday night.
Navy Captain Mark E. Black was named the 12th Superintendent at Fishburne Military School this summer. Black joins Viewpoints to talk about private school education.
Chris Graham talks pro wrestling, with an eye toward this weekend’s TLC pay-per-view. Chris also looks at media coverage of the Gatlinburg inferno.
Chris Graham talks about a screening of the 1964 classic A Hard Day’s Night, and 2016 politics.
The UVA football team was blown out at Virginia Tech. The UVA basketball team brought home a tournament trophy. Chris Graham breaks it all down.
AFP editor Chris Graham isn’t yet trippin’ on too much turkey, but he’s suggesting that 2-9 UVA has a shot at the upset of 8-3 Virginia Tech on Saturday.
Erik Curren joins Viewpoints to discuss the Augusta County Courthouse referendum, and the next steps in the future of the Downtown Staunton landmark.
Tuesday is wrestling day on The Chris Graham Show. Chris also talks UVA sports, Thanksgiving Day football and more.
AFP editor Chris Graham shares whatever wisdom he has in helping us all survive the inevitable uncomfortable politics discussions over the Thanksgiving table.
AFP editor Chris Graham reviews WWE Survivor Series, and tries to make sense of the Goldberg vs. Brock Lesnar main event.
AFP editor Chris Graham breaks down UVA basketball’s prospects following the surprise news that coach Tony Bennett has dismissed forward Austin Nichols from the program.
AFP editor Chris Graham gives his thoughts on why TV ratings are down for NFL games this season.
AFP editor Chris Graham talks UVA basketball after two easy early-season wins, then breaks down the curious QB controversy with the UVA football team.
Chris Graham breaks down a big week in pro wrestling: with Survivor Series and NXT Takeover: Toronto on the schedule.
AFP editor Chris Graham talks 2016 elections on today’s episode of The Chris Graham Show.
Another message to my progressive friends in the wake of the 2016 election: the sun will come up.
The Mark Moses Show is joined by Chris Graham of the Augusta Free Press to get his thoughts on ACC football and ACC hoops.
AFP editor Chris Graham offers quick impressions after running today’s #NYCMarathon.
A small segment of readers seems to think posting comments to the effect that AFP is “biased” in its reporting might shame the editors into silence.