With Good Reason

The Road Less Traveled
July 18th, 2009

beach2bluegrassUS Highway 58 begins at the beaches of Hampton Roads and winds along the southern border of Virginia.  Author Joe Tennis (Virginia Highlands Community College) shares stories from this route, which travelers can follow from a statue of Poseidon, through the Great Dismal Swamp, past the original Lovers’ Leap, and all the way to the birthplace of country music.  Also featured: Inman Majors (James Madison University) believes that southerners of the kind he met as a college-educated bartender in Tennessee are absent from most current Southern literature.  He writes novels filled with characters from the New South–politicians, lawyers, poets, and teachers who love John Coltrane every bit as much as Hank Williams.

1 Response to “The Road Less Traveled”

  • What a wonderful program. I’m so glad I found it.

    The host is terrific and the subjects were well presented.
    (This next comment is self-serving.) I’d welcome the opportunity to participate sometime. Call m to chat, there are no strings attached and I can deal with rejection. I have some wonderful stories to share including subjects from the Virginia hills, to classic aviation to Shenanigans in DC. – Ron David 202-333-8707

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