Link’s train photos document rural culture

Winston Link’s photographs, on display at the O. Winston Link Museum in Roanoke, focus on trains. They also are as

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‘Patchwork’ theater event Feb. 18; free admission

With the help of young local writers and actors, Mill Mountain Theatre and its Ensemble, directed by Jay Briggs and

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“Reading Appalachia” children’s literature exhibit open at O. Winston Link location

“Reading Appalachia,” a multi-media exhibit organized by the Knox County Public Library and the East Tennessee Historical Society in Knoxville,

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Oct. 27 Rockbridge Tour Sold Out!

The Oct. 27 bus tour, “Seven Hills of Rockbridge County,” led by historian George Kegley,  is full, but anyone still

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Local Writer Pens History of Evergreen Cemetery

Society Board Member Donald Wilson, President of Evergreen Burial Park, has recently written a history book entitled, “Evergreen: A Century

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History Museum Has Roanoke Area Maps!

The History Museum of Western Virginia is an excellent source for local maps of historic interest!

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