A Blacksburg writer is out with a new novel of political intrigue set very close to home. Like many of his previous books, Michael Abraham’s latest gets its title from an actual town. This one is called “Orange, Virginia.”
Michael Abraham writes fiction, non-fiction and political essays. This time the Blacksburg native has done a combination of all three.
With this wintry weather, many of us will be chowing down with a steaming bowl of hot soup. Pay a visit the nation’s capital though and you’ll find the signature soup of the United States Senate.
Not to be outdone by the Senate, the House instituted its own version of bean soup. The major difference between the two chambers’ bean soups is onions. The Senate iteration has them; the House version does not.