National Public Radio fans are used to hearing “A Prairie Home Companion” over the airwaves, but for nearly as long as he has been on the air, Garrison Keillor has been taking the show on the road to escape the studio.
Banjos. Banjos as far as the eye can see. The traditional instrument may not be associated with the kind of entertainment usually found in the Amphitheater, but banjoists Béla Fleck and Abigail Washburn and band Punch Brothers will show that banjos — and the other bluegrass instruments — are not limited to the hillbilly stereotype that is often applied to them. The groups will take the stage at 8:15 p.m. tonight.
“The first feature of the human body found in Scripture is the nose. God breathes the fullness of life into Adam’s nostrils,” said the Rev. Peter W. Marty during his sermon, “Becoming the Aroma of Christ,” at the 9:15 a.m. morning worship service Tuesday.