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Warp Speed Fundraising

Mar 13, 2015

You did it!  together we raised over $200,000 with our Warp Speed Fundraiser and didn't interrupt a single program.

Thank you for your support of WMRA and helping us change the way we fundraise for public radio.

The second part of our series on the arts scene in Staunton focuses on music.  And WMRA’s Luanne Austin takes us there....

Luanne Austin

The second part of our series on the arts scene in Staunton focuses on music.  And WMRA’s Luanne Austin takes us there.

Courtesy of the News Leader

Women are a relatively small proportion of the incarcerated population in Virginia.  But that number is growing, and growing faster than the rate of male incarceration.

Our Island Universe - a 90 second look at new discoveries in our understanding of what lies beyond the horizon and what it means to us here on earth.

Since the Dave Matthews Band and before, music is part of the beating heart of Charlottesville.  WMRA's Sefe Emokpae takes us on a tour.... 

Andrew Jenner

Lots of media coverage of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline has focused on the people fighting hard to stop it.

Courtesy the Forbes Center for the Performing Arts

Some of their music videos have more than 1 million views on YouTube.  Not bad for a classical music piano duo.

Sefe Emokpae

Since the Dave Matthews Band and before, music is part of the beating heart of Charlottesville.

What if there were a place that existed just to provide space to create?  In this space you could make almost anything you wanted and you could do it alongside other creative innovators. Such places, called "makerspaces," are beginning to crop up in cities all over the United States including Charlottesville and Staunton.

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