On this edition of Best of the Burg we featured…
Introduction: follow us on Facebook for polls/giveaways, Bitchin’ in the Burg about snow days (featuring the stylings of Rich Roth)
Beer in the Burg: Ryan Maas with Craft Beer Cellar joined us in studio ahead of #NationalBeerCanAppreciationDay on Monday, January 24th! We indulged a bit and also welcomed WLNI’s own “Beer Expert” Brian Weigand to share his expertise
Partnering for Good brought to you by Bank of the James: January is National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month. Jaclyn Blackford with Freedom 4/24 in Lynchburg talked about bringing awareness to human trafficking not just locally but on a national level as well as tips for parents on things to watch for
Music in the Burg: we are always looking for local bands and artists to add to our show! Today we feature a few songs from Lynchburg artist Toby Bradner who you can also hear on The Morningline for “Building Our Future” this coming week!
Let us know of a great local band or artist we should feature!
Best of the Burg is presented by Bank of the James – bringing community and banking together for good. Learn more at www.bankofthejames.bank
The first weekday edition of Best of the Burg was jam packed!
Introduction to the new show and exciting new features to come
Partnering for Good: Jimmy Davis and Kevin Gill with presenting sponsor Bank of the James talk about bringing banking and community together for good
This week’s news update features the impending snow storm this Sunday and National Bagel Day
Taste of the Burg: Andrew Mather with The Bagel & I brought us some delicious bagels and bagel sandwiches (named after roads in the Burg!) to sample. He even shares a bagel fact or two!
This Weekend in the Burg: Spence White with Cavalier Theatre talks about their production of “Alice in Wonderland” going on tonight and Saturday (moved from Sunday due to the storm
Best of the Burg is presented by Bank of the James – bringing community and banking together for good! For more info visit www.bankofthejames.bank
Kenny Shelton is joined by Jason Blankenship of the Central Virginia Region of the Virginia Department of Health, Jim Messier of Arthur’s Jewelry, and Tommy Clark from Mission House Coffee in the Covering Our Community Segment!