CRRL Presents

CRRL Presents is the Central Rappahannock Regional Library's weekly cable show. The show is produced by staff at the library and features interviews and programs about the library and the area.

CRRL Presents: Gaye Adegbalola, Singer, Songwriter, Musician, and Educator

Gaye Adegbalola

This interview airs beginning July 11.
Educator, musician, and former member of the award-winning blues group “Saffire—the Uppity Blues Women,” Gaye Adegbalola shares her past as a civil rights activist and a deep lover of music with Debby Klein on CRRL Presents, a Central Rappahannock Regional Library production.

CRRL Presents: Dylan Pritchett, Storytelling With a Purpose

Dylan Pritchett

This interview airs beginning July 4.
Dylan Pritchett’s African and African-American folktales and music bring history to life for audiences, young and old. His stories are lasting and universal and relate to the experiences of everyday life. Dylan chats with Debby Klein and shows us how he brings the story to life on CRRL Presents, a Central Rappahannock Regional Library Production.

CRRL Presents: The Fredericksburg Area Museum and Cultural Center Enters a New Era

Mary Helen Dellinger

This interview airs beginning May 23.
In the fifth and final of a series on the expansion of the Fredericksburg Area Museum, Senior Vice President of Collections and Exhibitions Mary Helen Dellinger meets with Debby Klein to talk about the completion of this amazing project. We also take a peek at some of the new exhibit spaces on CRRL Presents, a Central Rappahannock Regional Library production.

CRRL Presents: Lorene Nickel and Joseph Detwiler, Ceramicists

This interview airs beginning May 16.
Creating beautiful works in clay and teaching others to do the same, at the University of Mary Washington, keep Lorene Nickel and Joseph Detwiler busy. Debby Klein visits this delightful husband and wife team in their lovely home created to house their spectacular works. 

CRRL Presents: Bob Gramann Sings Songs, Writes Music, and Builds Guitars

This interview airs beginning May 9.
Bob Gramann has many interests, but music, both writing and performing, is certainly at the forefront. Share his love for music and learn about the art of guitar building when he meets with Debby Klein on CRRL Presents.

CRRL Presents: Casting Light on the Fredericksburg Lamp

Allen Green

This interview airs beginning May 2.
The Fredericksburg Lamp is a local original designed by Allen Green II.  Mr. Green and his son, Allen Green III not only share the story of the lamp but many other stories of times gone by and the interesting people they’ve met.  Debby Klein joins them in the Copper Shop where the lamp and other designs in copper come to life on CRRL Presents, a Central Rappahannock Regional Library production.

CRRL Presents: Cliff Satterthwaite, Painter and Personality

Painting by Cliff Satterthwaite

This interview airs beginning April 25.
We visit Cliff Satterthwaite in his studio to learn about the man, his work, and his interpretation of life. He delights us with his painting and his personality. Join host Debby Klein on CRRL Presents.

CRRL Presents: Jane Conner, Stafford County Historian

Jane Conner, Stafford County Historian

This interview airs beginning April 18.
Jane Conner has long been interested in the history of Stafford County and has spent many years uncovering its past and its people.  As a former teacher she understands the importance of that past and shares her findings and her dedication to Stafford County’s future in an interview with Debby Klein on CRRL Presents a Central Rappahannock Regional Library production. 

CRRL Presents: Norma Starkweather - Portraits and More

Norma Starkweather

This interview airs beginning April 11.
Well known for her portraits that hang in public places, Norma Starkweather's lovely paintings cover a variety of subjects. Debby Klein visits Norma to view her art and her interesting home.

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CRRL Presents: Robert Green, Chief of the Patawomeck Indian Tribe

Robert Green, Chief of the Patawomeck Indian Tribe

This interview airs beginning Wednesday, March 28.
The Patawomeck Indians played an important role during the clash over the first Virginia settlement at Jamestown. Robert Green, the 21st century Patawomeck Chief, talks to Debby Klein about his work to preserve the rich lineage of his tribe on CRRL Presents, a Central Rappahannock Regional Library production.