Working cacao beans upon a volcanic-stone grinding bench with a push-pestle while perched on a handmade seat, foodie Leni Sorensen shows students how to make reeeeeaallly "old fashioned" chocolate.
The award-winning novelist lives on a mountain top overlooking Afton. So, how’d she come to write romance novels anyway?
Katrina Didot turned world travel, an appreciation for hospitality, and an interest in fair pay into the restaurant, A Bowl of Good.
Lowell Haarar crafts flintlock guns and powderhorns. WMRA's Martha Woodroof visits the gun-maker's workshop.
In a parking lot. It gets one thinking. Martha Woodroof ponders wasted human potential and also wholesome, friendly folks --while palming a relic from the West Virginia site where the star's addictions won.
Kathleen Conner talks about being a house-call veterinarian and also describes some of the adventures involved with training search-and-rescue dogs.
A mysterious death among the scrapbooking ladies --Waynesboro author Mollie Cox Bryan has moved from recording recipes to penning murder fiction.
Item 2: How to rescue those who failed to go down the 40-foot waterfall safely. The "Canoe Guru," Eli Helbert, joins us.
The addictive quality of musical theater --an essay from Mariflo Stephens.
Eve Watters plays a dozen different instruments.