Decade of Difference: Bob Marley

There is no more recognizable name in reggae music than Bob Marley. Fusing elements of ska, rocksteady and reggae with his distinctive voice and songwriting skills, Marley almost single handedly raised the profile of Jamaican [...]

Garbage on World Cafe

Friday, July 16th at 6pm No Gods No Masters is the new album from Garbage. While the songs sound very much of this moment, the themes have been on lead singer Shirley Manson’s mind for [...]

Decade of Difference: Jimmy Cliff

Jimmy Cliff began performing as a child in local shows and fairs around his home in Saint James, Jamaica. By fourteen the young James Chambers felt ready and moved to Kingston, changing his name to [...]

Tower of Power on World Cafe

Thursday, July 15th at 6pm The band Tower of Power is celebrating its 50th anniversary. On the next World Cafe, Tower of Power founder Emilio Castillo tells stories about the band’s early days and writing [...]

Junkie XL on World Cafe

Wednesday, July 14th at 6pm Jack Snyder’s Justice League, Army of the Dead, and Godzilla vs. Kong – all three of these movies came out earlier this year, and Junkie XL composed the music for [...]

Decade of Difference: Bunny Wailer

A founding member of the Wailers and a long association with Bob Marley would be enough to lock Bunny Wailer in as a reggae great, There is much more to his story as Bunny Wailer [...]

Community Connection: Twice Is Nice

Twice is Nice is an upscale resale boutique featuring gently used men's and women's clothing and accessories, collectibles, home decor, and furniture all generously donated by our community.  They are a nonprofit and funds from [...]

Community Connection: Recover Fest

The Institute for Reform and Solutions is a nonprofit in the Shenandoah Valley committed to reforming the inequities in the criminal justice system. Along with Katrina Broughman, they are hosting Recover Fest, a two-day event [...]