Charlottesville’s Kathleen Maier has been a practicing herbalist for 20 years. She works to restore native species through United Plant Savers and is the co-author of a book on bush medicine.
An essay from Kim Johnson
Gifted young dancer Leah Heller (of Elkton) tells about yearning to join a major dance company. She already has an arrangement with the Richmond Ballet.
In Charlottesville to assist with the Look3 Festival of the Photograph, Alex Chadwick hangs out on a downtown porch chatting with WMRA's Martha Woodroof .
Sara Holdren, now a MFA candidate in directing at the School of Drama at Yale, spent what seemed like forever preparing to stage the pre-Soviet Russian play "He Who Gets Slapped" at Live Arts.
Kathleen Temple designs clothes for clients all over the country.
JMU's Bob Roberts appears on all sorts of news shows as a politics expert. Just who is Bob Roberts? We ask Bob.
Sculptor Kierk Ashemore-Sorensen is part owner of Alberene Soapstone Company and knows a lot about the history of soapstone mining in Nelson and Albemarle County.
Former NYC magazine writer Jessie Knadler (shown with baby June) left the bright lights and big city for a man, bungalow and eight acres in Rockbridge county. And in the process found herself...
Coming up Friday, May 25, at Noon.
Sculptor Kierk Ashmore-Sorensen is part owner, and the institutional memory, of Alberene Soapstone Company in Schuyler, Virginia.