Author Reveals Father’s Efforts to Confront Segregation.

Author Reveals Father’s Efforts to Confront Segregation.

On Feb. 27, Kegley Lectures features Penny Blue who will discuss her book, A Time to Protest: Leadership Lessons from My Father Who Survived the Segregated South for 99 Years. The lecture begins at 7 p.m. Books will be available for sale. Blue says, “This book is a...
1800s’ Persinger Mill Topic of January Lecture

1800s’ Persinger Mill Topic of January Lecture

Veteran author and researcher Betsy Biesenbach of Roanoke will discuss her arduous research to locate Persinger Mill for the Kegley lecture on Tuesday, Jan. 23, at 7 p.m. at Christ Lutheran Church. Buried in the heavy clay riverbank about 600 yards from the west side...
2nd Saturdays Free for Area Residents

2nd Saturdays Free for Area Residents

The Roanoke History & O. Winston Link Museums will offer free admission to visitors from seven counties and two cities on the second Saturday of every month beginning May 13. The program covers Craig, Botetourt, Roanoke, Bedford, Montgomery, Franklin and Floyd...
Link on the bus and at the bar

Link on the bus and at the bar

A New Look at Link: His Life and Legacy exhibit, which opens June 29 at the O. Winston Link Museum in Roanoke, explores the logistics behind the internationally known photographer’s techniques. The exhibit also is featured prominently on Valley Metro buses and on the...