The drool-worthy (and Concours d’Elegance-exhibited) Ferrari mentioned in the interview. Yes, it really is black with jade green on top. Image credit: Pat Jarrett shot at Kevin Blackburn Photography Studio 108
During budget cuts in 2008-9, Albemarle county's public schools lost "School Resource Officer" (SRO) funding. SROs are uniformed police officers in schools who once had the somewhat mellow duty of giving "Just Say NO" talks and of being law enforcement's goodwill ambassadors among school kids. However, the recent wave of mass shootings has rekindled interest in having trained first-responders present in schools.
And many others. WMRA's Martha Woodroof meets Danny Dolinger, who repairs stringed instruments for a living. When Danny (AKA "Fret Boss") bought his first good guitar (a Stratocaster), he took it apart the same day.
Downtown Harrisonburg's Court Square Theater has ramped up the number of films it shows. Now they often have movies daily. They favor artsy cinema unlikely to appear at chain multiplex moviehouses. Woody Allen's latest film, Blue Jasmine, is hitting their screen.
WMRA's Martha Woodroof and college football "spotter" Tony Britt (bonus: also CBS Sports/ESPN legend Brent Musburger) discuss Tony's special "cheat sheets" he developed for ESPN reporters and other sports media pros.