Pressing Presentation

Crozet has had a long orchard tradition starting in about 1880. With favorable climate and soil and easy access to the railroad, fruit production enjoyed a hey-day until the middle of the last century. The Crozet Farmer’s Market celebrates this agricultural history annually with an apple cider pressing with a mixture of local apples from Henley's Orchard. Home-baked bread, desserts, fresh produce, locally grown flowers, and handcrafts are also available at the market. Fresh cider tasting and activities for children, too. Crozet United Methodist Church, 1156 Crozet Ave. 823-7878. 

 

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Even in these days some people still have that "black music scare factor"!!! Funk music is a bad "BLACK" word to those fools. Where I'm from back in the day most of the dance clubs would not play P-Funk music. The reason being that black people would show up to get funky!!!! We blacks had a term for it, as follows "it's getting too dark up in here". The club owners 95% of the time were white. At times when they did play P-Funk music or any other type of funk music they would keep a count on how many blacks were in the club. If there were too many, they would quickly destroy the funk mood by slapping on rock music. This would keep going on until the numbers blacks were correct in there "silly" eyes......as in blacks leaving the club!!! I'm a realist, I call it like I see it!!!! To this day George Clinton and his music is treated like black music was treated back in the 50's and 60's. Yes, there are still "Back-Wood" fools to this day.......Thanks!!!

I have been to over 30 George Clinton / P Funk / Drugs / 420 Funk Mob gigs in the last 30 years. EVERY one was outnumbered by white funkateers than black. Usually 70% to 90% white attendees, especially in Europe