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 stanch the bleeding.
Also featured in the magazine …
“Where all is bright and gay” – A look inside the local gay and lesbian community.
“A reasoned conversation” – An interview with Eastern Mennonite University professors and authors Ted Grimsrud and Mark Thiessen Nation on their book Reasoning Together: A Conversation on Homosexuality.
“Reading truly is fundamental” – A look inside the efforts of local literacy groups to help adults with learning problems overcome the obstacles in their way.
“Case closed” – New Dominion editor Chris Graham fills in the blanks regarding the 1967 High’s Ice Cream murders.
“The building blocks” – A feature on new Staunton Creative Community Fund executive director Meghan Williamson.
“The book is the thing” – A preview of the 2009 Virginia Festival of the Book.
“Moon over progress” – Waynesboro author Duane Hahn explores natives of the Blue Ridge Mountain territories who were displaced in the 1930s to allow for the development of the Shenandoah National Park.
“Stee-rike!” – Editor Chris Graham is the new general manager of the Valley League’s Waynesboro Generals.