“Five Things the Church Can Learn from Women’s Roller Derby” is a Kelly Figueroa-Ray essay for the Huffington Post. HuffPo religion-blogger Kelly Figueroa-Ray has a divinity degree from Wesley and also actually does do roller derby --under the rinkname Bible ThumpHer.
Martha chats with Strasburg's Doug Arthur, who put together a jazz album called "Way Back When" as "a tribute to all those great songs from the 20's through the 50's --the Great American Songbook and traditional jazz."
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.
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.