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Appalachia — a view from NPR

Anybody else catch the bits and pieces of “A view from Appalachia” on NPR Morning Edition today? I wasn’t up early enough for the 7:15 live Facebook chat, but will post a link to the replay. https://www.facebook.com/nprmorningedition/ Steve Inskeep co-anchored

Posted in 2016, Appalachia, Government, News, NPR, radio, Tennessee, Virginia

Trailing the Lonesome Pine — finding a musical centennial

This square dance was what really stuck the line “… On the Trail of the Lonesome Pine” in my head. I’ve since learned The Trail didn’t stop (or start) with the dance, but you can watch it, then sing along for

Posted in Internet, Internet Archive, MOOCs, movies, popular culture, Virginia
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