Thea Marshall doesn't sing barbershop harmony, but she knows a lot of folks who do.
Thea Marshall is the author of “Neck Tales: Stories from Virginia's Northern Neck,” published in June, 2009. Along with her professional writing assignments, she is a broadcaster, actor, and producer, with life long experience in all forms of communication – from print to theater to radio and television. She writes and broadcasts original commentaries on and about the people, places, history, culture and current issues relating to the Northern Neck for WCVE Public Radio (heard on both WCVE in Richmond and WCNV for the Northern Neck).
Articles by Thea Marshall
Northern Neck commentator Thea Marshall invites all of us to attend the celebration honoring the first emancipator, Robert Carter III.
Commentator Thea Marshall tours the Northern Neck Boys and Girls Club and remembers a childhood when she was never "home alone."
Commentator Thea Marshall explores a colonial kitchen garden and finds a pharmacy and a d-y-e dyeing bed!
Commentator Thea Marshall reflects on a new book about the nation's earliest farmers -- our founding fathers.
Commentator Thea Marshall visited a Northern Neck museum to learn more about a "low land beauty"...
(the woman who may hae been young George Washington's first true love...)
Thea Marshall tells about the upcoming World Rangers Day and how you can join the celebration on the Northern Neck.
Commentator Thea Marshall recalls some of the dazzling Northern Neck born politicians , patriots, and poets.
Thea Marshall looks at the foibles of powerful men, starting with our first president, Northern Neck-born George Washington.
Thea Marshall explores 97 special acres of the Northern Neck. It's called the "center where all good things happen."