Local Routes – Episode 401


In this episode we explore memories of Smokey Hollow– an African American Community in Tallahassee built after the Civil War. Plus, a local chapter of the Society of Creative Anachronism take us back to the Middle Ages for a special tournament. And local singer Velma Frye takes us on a musical journey through her life from host of a TV program to a Singing Circle instructor.

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