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Nina Simone became one of the iconic singers of jazz and soul of the 1960s and a strong voice for Civil Rights. She got her start in her hometown of Tryon, N.C., playing piano and singing in her church choir. The "Down the Road on the Blue Ridge Music Trails of North Carolina" podcast highlights bluegrass and old-time music stories, performers, and traditions across the mountain and foothills counties of Western North Carolina.

Located here in Rutherford County is Kidsenses, a childs dream place to explore, create and certainly get educated.  An interactive museum for children.  Executive Director at Kidsenses- Willard Whitson joined WNCW during the Friday Feature Interview of the Week to take us inside the walls of Kidsenses and its part of the operation called The Factory, where big expansion is on the way.  The interview originally aired Oct. 5, 2018.

Dave Hennigan with the Greenville News took part in this More to the Story from October 3, 2018 when he discussed the papers Storyteller's Project.  This interview provides an overview of the series and some of the storyteller's that have been featured so far.  The project is also presented nationwide through the Greenville News ownership group, USA Today. Events in Greenville are open to the public.

Posted by Host and Producer of More to the Story, WNCW's Paul Foster- Senior Producer, News Director, and Morning Edition Regional Host

WNCW DJs, staff and volunteers will be at the Fall For Greenville Festival begining today, Friday - October 12th. Renee Denton and Spencer Jones will emcee on the various different stages through the weekend. Our staff and volunteers will be at the WNCW Tent Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Come out and say hello to us! Enjoy the beautiful weather, listen to great music and eat super good food! Come to Downtown Greenville, South Carolina and see for yourself why Travel and Leisure Magazine named it one of the best festivals in the southeast.

The organization 'Steps To Hope' is a domestic violence and sexual assault prevention and treatment center, located in Columbus, N.C.  They have their annual Domestic Violence Walk on Oct. 19th, but the main focus of this Friday Feature Inteview is to talk about cases of domestic violence and what the case load looks like across the state and in Western N.C.  From Steps To Hope- guests are Jessica Caldwell and Paula Ravan.

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