From left, Evan Belt, Matt Duncan, Andrew English and Ryan Moore posed for photographer Guy Mendes at Marble Creek on Tuesday. They and other musicians and writers, including Barbara Kingsolver and Wendell Berry, will be part of a fundraiser Thursday to support the fight against a proposed I-75 connector that would cut through rural Jessamine and Madison counties.
From left, Evan Belt, Matt Duncan, Andrew English and Ryan Moore posed for photographer Guy Mendes at Marble Creek on Tuesday. They and other musicians and writers, including Barbara Kingsolver and Wendell Berry, will be part of a fundraiser Thursday to support the fight against a proposed I-75 connector that would cut through rural Jessamine and Madison counties. Herald-Leader
From left, Evan Belt, Matt Duncan, Andrew English and Ryan Moore posed for photographer Guy Mendes at Marble Creek on Tuesday. They and other musicians and writers, including Barbara Kingsolver and Wendell Berry, will be part of a fundraiser Thursday to support the fight against a proposed I-75 connector that would cut through rural Jessamine and Madison counties. Herald-Leader

Artists band together to fight proposed I-75 connector road

September 18, 2013 03:39 PM

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