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In Memoriam

Six years ago, the Unite the Right rally shook Charlottesville to its core, culminating in the murder of Heather Heyer on 4th Street, a mere block away from where Sabre now lives. We are newcomers to this street, having been open but a month and a half, but we recognize the significance in opening a business where we do.

With that in mind, Sabre will be open today for business, but we will not be sponsoring any in-store events. People are still welcome to come in and shop, or stop by with some friends to roll dice. One of our most popular sellers is a patch that reads "Punch Nazis/Roll Dice"; Sabre is pro-Black Lives Matter, pro-trans rights, pro-LGBTQ, and always anti-fascist.

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