Historic Flooding, Award-Winning Barbeque And Writing About The Opioid Epidemic

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This week, we’re visiting the Hindman Settlement School in Kentucky, whose cultural archives were damaged by historic flooding.

Then we’ll head over to Pounding Mill Virginia to learn the secrets behind Cuz’s Uptown Barbeque, an award-winning fusion restaurant.

We’ll also hear from Beth Macy, author of “Dopesick,” which became the basis for a Hulu miniseries. Her latest book, “Raising Lazarus,” continues the conversation about the opioid epidemic.

All that and more this week as we journey Inside Appalachia.

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