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If it weren't for the smell of the chicken processing plants, the sound of sirens everywhere, and the vast amount of pretentious, uptight college kids, I would tell everyone I know that this place is the ideal place to be.I'm beginning to understand how strong the traditions of Virginians are-- particularly in this little city nicknamed Rocktown. The ones who make the place really exciting, vibrant and comfortable are the ones who are tied to the land, the ideals and overwhelmingly, the spirit and MUSIC of the area.Click on the bar to see the images on this news and then share your impressions on the 2005 Boards!
I appreciate a good grammar argument, and always have.
Either way, there's a short woman with long, flowing gray and white hair, who's wrapped in a wool sweater, and a pink strap fastening her acoustic guitar to her front.
She's got these lazy braids holding back pieces of her hair, and there's this certain air of dreamy, knowingness about her-- especially as she sings, beautifully, about coal mines, cowboys and mountains.
I am always a little awestruck when I am able to sit transfixed on a Bluegrass band playing live. I've been working on my resume, and agonizing over the portfolio I haven't started, at this little tea shop called the Earth & Tea Cafe.
It's got this super warm, earthy (ha) vibe and it's filled with Indian tapestries and Chinese lanterns and old tea kettles.
[edit: I found out these people call themselves the Keezletones, since they are from Keezletown-- which is a town away]Last night was a reminder of this.