To celebrate Virginia Currents 25 years of storytelling, the Community Idea Stations held a photo contest from October to April for viewers to share their story! Below are the grand prize winners of the Virginia Currents 25th Anniversary Photo Contest.
Articles by Angela Massino
On every episode of Virginia Home Grown, host Peggy Singlemann and co-host John Thompson answer viewer questions sent in through email, phone calls, and social media. Viewers love to ask how to start, maintain, and grow their garden. Here are Peggy's top five resources to help do just that!
Tune into a new episode of Virginia Home Grown April, 26 at 8 pm to see more gardening questions answered on the show.
Virginia Currents radio is a locally produced program which benefits directly from listener contributions. Every Thursday, this weekly segment brings listeners unique stories about the people, places, and personalities in Virginia.
While we learn a lot about the community through Virginia Currents, we thought it would be fun to turn the table and get to know the woman behind the stories. We asked the producer Catherine Komp to share a little about herself.
During the week of April 25, connect with your favorite radio hosts and reporters at a nearby 88.9 WCVE MUG STOP. Monday through Thursday mornings, show us some social media love with #pledgeWCVE and the coffee's on the house. On Friday afternoon, join us at Hardywood Park Craft Brewery, where your social media post could win you a Hardywood gift certificate.
To celebrate Virginia Currents 25 years of storytelling, the Community Idea Stations is holding a photo contest from October to April so viewers can share their story! Here are the winners of the March Photo Contest.
The 16th season of Virginia Home Grown premieres Tuesday, March 29 with the show’s new host Peggy Singlemann. Peggy is joined by John Thompson, another familiar face to Virginia Home Grown fans from the show’s “Plant of the Month” segment. John works for Virginia Cooperative Extension in Fluvanna County serving as Extension Agent for Agricultural and Natural Resources. Both Peggy and John are experts in their field and bring valuable gardening tips and tricks to the series.
To celebrate Virginia Currents 25 years of storytelling, the Community Idea Stations is holding a photo contest from October to April so viewers can share their story! Here are the winners of the February Photo Contest.
The Richmond International Film Festival (RIFF) is a great opportunity to highlight local, national and (of course) international talent in our city. From world premieres to Cannes Festival favorites, Heather Waters, Founder and Producer of RIFF brings together a diverse array of films for Richmonders to enjoy. Below are a few films and events this weekend that sparked our interest!