Tag: duane hahn

Waynesboro Players at WTA’s Gateway

As the Waynesboro Players gear up for their fifty-second season, they decided to look back at some of their favorite musicals and original productions. They will share those memories in a special presentation at WTA’s Gateway on Friday, October 25 and Saturday, October 26.

Community Mourning: Waynesboro loses local arts icon

The Waynesboro arts community is in mourning today over the sudden passing of artist, dramatist, author and retired Waynesboro High School teacher Duane Hahn. “Duane … how can we imagine creative Waynesboro without you? I’m heartbroken,” wrote author and friend Elizabeth Massie on a Facebook post Thursday morning. Hahn was an icon to the local […]

Local authors featured at book fair

  Staff Report News tips: freepress2@ntelos.net Stone Soup Books and Cafe will play host to a Holiday Book Fair featuring local authors on Saturday, Dec. 5. The event at Stone Soup, 908 W. Main St., Downtown Waynesboro, will take place from 2-5 p.m. Writers scheduled to appear include Donna Authers, Bruce Bytner, Lewis Coiner, Rick […]

The March 2009 New Dominion is on the streets

The March 2009 edition of The New Dominion Magazine is on the streets this week. The cover story is “Black, white and red all over” – a look by ND editor Chris Graham at the hemorrhaging in the news-media and book-publishing industries and what those of us on the inside are doing to try to […]

Author explores forced relocation of mountain families in ’30s

The Shenandoah National Park is breathtaking with its wide vistas and rolling scenery that comes to life in an instant for the millions of visitors who take in our natural wonder every year. But there’s another side to the story of the park that is overlooked even by locals who probably don’t know how the […]