Dr. John Maass, an historian with the Contemporary Studies Branch of the U.S. Army Center of Military History at Fort McNair in D.C., joined Coy Barefoot to discuss Tarleton’s 1781 Raid on Charlottesville during The Revolutionary War.
Carleigh Nesbit dropped by WNRN this morning to promote her new album and CD release party with band-mates Carl Anderson and Jeff Romano. She was interviewed by Anne Williams on Acoustic Sunrise and played a few songs. Carleigh’s CD release party is on Friday, September 26, at Gravity Lounge.
On the August 3rd edition of the Sunday Morning Wake-Up Call on WNRN, Rick Moore discusses the artistic life with Beryl Solla, Chair of the Piedmont Virginia Community College Art Dept. and Gallery Curator; Laura Parsons, Arts Editor for The Hook, and Maggie Guggenheimer, Executive Director of the Piedmont Council of the Arts. In a wide-ranging conversation, these leaders in the local art scene explain how our lives and community are enriched by the arts, and why it is important to support local arts organizations.
Mincer’s on the Corner just celebrated its 60th anniversary, and Bob Mincer joins Coy Barefoot on the July 19, 2008 edition of WINA’s “Charlottesville–Right Now!” He and Coy talk about the many stories in Mincer’s history, beginning with how the mainstay got its start selling tobacco pipes in a small space in the location that’s now Littlejohn’s kitchen.