Home Grown: Meander and Explode: Jane Alison and Rich Tarbell

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Today on Home Grown, A sick David leaves Leslie and Clinton to do the show like they did it in the beginning. Fortunately, they have two great guests to make things fun.… Read More

Home Grown: Music: Alice Claire and Richelle Claiborne

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Today on Home Grown, David and Leslie take a double dip into local music. First, Alice Claire is back on the show talking about her new album (and her first solo album), Loop.… Read More

Home Grown: Playing: Guitar Charlottesville and Theater of the Oppressed

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Today on Home Grown, David and Leslie welcome two guests who speak softly yet carry some big art. First Rafael Scarfullery comes on the show and is very patient as we commit ourselves to correctly pronouncing his name.… Read More

Home Grown: Wonderful Things: Hello, Dolly! at 4CP and a New Album from The Currys

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Today on Home Grown, David and Leslie do a music double dip. First Edward Warwick-White from Four County Players returns to the show. This time he’s here as the director of Four County’s next musical, Hello, Dolly!Read More

Restoring Dignity & Justice at the Border and within the US—1.26.19

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Tracy Howe and Angela Ciolfi

Tracy Howe, musician, activist, and founder of Restoration Village Arts. We discuss her new album, longtime work at the border, including her recent trip to Tijuana and one upcoming to Honduras; and we talk with Angela Ciolfi Executive Director of the Legal Aid Justice Center (LAJC) in Charlottesville, about many cases and issues they tackle from reducing racial inequities around school discipline; to fighting to release children being held by the gov't and advocating to reunite them with their families, and much more.… Read More