JMU student Shanell Dowling reads “Won’t You Celebrate With Me” a poem by Lucille Clifton, in honor of Black History Month.
To honor Black History Month, JMU student Kirsten Warne reads Major Jackson’s poem Urban Renewal XVIII.
Hop grower Stan Driver talks about his fantastical vines, and the burgeoning Virginia hop-growing business.
Blue Mountain Brewery Hops
When Staunton’s Ellen Butchart unexpectedly lost her job working on the creative side of Rosetta Stone, she responded by going back to school for an MBA in sustainable business.
20-year-old Austin Shifflett blows the blues on his harmonica.
To honor Black History Month, JMU student Patrick Ragland reads Ann Spencer’s poem At the Carnival.
Henry McHenry talks of his passionately held beliefs about the responsibilities inherent in substitute teaching.