I saw them at Duke last year. I do enjoy BlueGrass but this is so much more! The musicians were obvously amazing and could go anywhere. And they played well together, in that spirit that can bring live music to a whole other level. Go!
Thank you for this powerful writing, for calling out the spirit of Joe Martin and history, for reminding us that in the waves of hate we also have powerful allies rooted in history.
I was fascinated by Pauli Murray's words used in this play. Well worth the two plus hours of my time to see them come to life. I hope this play has a long and rich life as well.
At risk here is the rule of law - is there any way that citizens can have input in planning besides elections.
HOAs are the new Neighborhood Associations and, as such, MUST be involved in plans for growth in our City. This is the major way that we have citizen input in zoning and planned growth. I applaud CHancellors Ridge for taking part in the planned growth of our community. Only through participation by ALL will we have a balanced approach to growth.
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