Our guest Nancy Landfried talks about the spectacle of the Virginia International Tattoo and more!
On Joan Ringer’s first trip to Washington, D.C., as a teenager, she rode there on an Anderson bus driven by O.D. Anderson himself. Decades later, three generations of Ringer women … Continue Reading Three Generations to D.C.
After 7, when Gettysburg is dark except for the lights of a few convenience stores and cars heading home for the night, the streets fall into the jurisdiction of the … Continue Reading A Stroll through Gettysburg
On January 20th, I found myself a part of the crowd waiting at the perimeter of the fence that had sprung up outside the National Mall. Around me, the crowd shuffled … Continue Reading A Moment in History