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
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.
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.
Old Crow Medicine Show guitarist "Critter" Fuqua playing at DC's 9:30 Club. Photo credit: Flickr user ChunkyGlasses.com via Wikipedia Commons.
Old Crow Medicine Show plays the Grand Old Opry. Photo credit: Wikipedia user Mark Cattell via Wikipedia Commons.
Ketch Secor blows harmonica in an Old Crow Medicine Show performnce at Australia's Golden Plains Festival. Photo credit: Flickr user Ashton (miss.libertine) via Wikipedia Commons.
Crows "Critter" Fuqua (guitar) and Ketch Secor (banjo) play at Little Grill Collective in Harrisonburg, Virginia (at 2012's Our Community Place benefit). Photo credit: Wikipedia user Michael J. Farrand via Wikipedia Commons.
Old Crow Medicine Show's Gill Landry playing a resophonic guitar during a concert by the band at at DC's 9:30 Club. Photo credit: Flickr user ChunkyGlasses.com via Wikipedia Commons.
They've played at the Grand Old Opry, A Prairie Home Companion, the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, and warmed up for Dave Matthews Band. The alt-grass band Old Crow Medicine Show got started in places like Harrisonburg's Little Grill. WMRA's Martha Woodroof chats with two of the crows: Ketch Secor and Critter Fuqua.
Dan Myers is "plane crazy"* for radio-controlled aircraft. Decades before drones were in the news, Dan and fellow land-pilots of the Valley Radio-Control Flying Club were soaring, diving, and corkscrewing over Rockingham County skies --while safely on the ground.
Virginia Wine and craft-brewed beer are repurposed into vinegar such as you’ve never tasted before at Virginia Vinegar Works, in scenic "metropolitan" Shipman. Martha talks with artisanal vinegar-makers Jay and Stephanie Rostow.