Duo Creates Residency Refuge For Writers, Artists In Fayetteville County
On this West Virginia Morning, sometimes creativity requires breaking away from the normal routine and focusing on your work. A boutique hotel in Fayetteville allows writers and visual artists a place to get away in the winter.
Eric Douglas spoke to the owners of Lafayette Flats, Shawn Means and Amy McCloughlin, about the New River Gorge Creative Residency.
Also on today’s show, The Bird and The Bee, an L.A. indie pop band, released Interpreting the Masters, Volume 2: A Tribute to Van Halen. Vocalist In-ara George spoke with Jim Lange, host of WVPB’s Eclectopia.
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