The two made music together on the road and in the studio with Claire Lynch and as a duo, but Missy Raines and Jim Hurst have since followed their own paths, leading to separate but back to back appearances at our In Your Ear studio concert series. We bring you highlights from both performances. Missy Raines and her progressive acoustic band, the New Hip and guitar virtuoso and balladeer Jim Hurst share the next hour of In Your Ear.
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Entomologist Dr. Art Evans and 88.9 WCVE producer Steve Clark discuss some of the ways in which insect photos are obtained in nature and otherwise.
The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention brings together thousands of people in Virginia to shed light on suicide risk factors and mental illness in “Out of the Darkness” walks. Virginia Currents shares some poignant thoughts from those who have lost loved ones to suicide.
Photographer Mark Mitchell and his assistant Caroline Martin record the stories of war veterans for a portrait project called “When We Were Young.” Having served during WWII and the Korean wars, these veterans share stories that reflect times of bravery, tragedy, dedication, duty, solidarity, and even humor. The Virginia Currents crew left the photo/interview session touched by the moving accounts of these humble and proud war veterans.
Entomologist Dr. Art Evans and 88.9 WCVE producer Steve Clark note that fall is the time of year when brown marmorated stink bugs and multicolored Asian lady beetles begin to gather on the eastern and southern exposures of buildings in search of a warm, dry place to spend the winter.
The first episode of the 24th season of Virginia Currents features recently retired NFL player, Michael Robinson. He joined the Virginia Currents crew at his alma mater, Varina High School, to talk about the importance of giving back to the community that gave him his start.
Three year old Monique Corzilius counts to ten, pulling petals off of a daisy. A voice from mission control then counts down as the camera zooms into Monique’s dark pupil. An atomic blast and ensuing mushroom cloud consumes the TV screen as President Lyndon Johnson’s voice proclaim’s “We must either love each other, or we must die.” This political ad, “Peace Little Girl,” aired only once or twice during the 1964 presidential campaign between Lyndon Johnson and Barry Goldwater, but ushered in a new era of the television attack ad.
Candidates for the U.S. House of Representatives in Virginia’s 7th Congressional District answered questions at a forum held in Goochland on October 23rd. The forum was sponsored by the Goochland County Chamber of Commerce.