You may no longer be able to go into museums, but a group from 15-different Richmond area institutions still want to make sure you can engage with history. They’re proposing a socially-distanced scavenger hunt.
A new biography is out profiling a legendary musician from southwest Virginia. Albert Hash not only played the fiddle, he created hundreds of instruments, preserving a legacy of old-time music that is carried on today. Author Malcolm Smith talked about his chronicle of Hash’s life.
With stay at home orders and enforced isolation, the COVID-19 pandemic has tested one of our basic human needs: to connect with one another. And even while new platforms have helped fill the void with distant communication, at their core, they still rely on the power of words and voice.