As Virginia Craft Beer Month continues, plans are also underway for this weekend’s third annual Virginia Craft Brewer’s Fest in Nelson County. This week, we’ve been talking about some of the regulatory challenges of opening a micro-brew in the state… and today, we look at a new documentary highlighting the state’s brew culture.
This fall, plenty of professors will be sending their students to the library, but one faculty member plans to send his kids into the cemeteries of Richmond to learn more about the city’s past. He’s sharing the information with the public through a website and podcasts.
Millions of people have lived and died in Richmond, but Virginia’s history books tell few of their names and stories.
Plans are in the works to turn the Blue Ridge Tunnel in Central Virginia into a pedestrian trail, and a new book might just help that effort. Beverly Amsler spoke with author Mary Lyons about her new book, "The Blue Ridge Tunnel".
For a journalist, there are at times stories that go beyond columns and minutes and have a life that needs hundreds of pages to be told. Journalist Beth Macy of Roanoke found such a story in the Factory Man.