In 2012, 77 arsons plagued a small, rural community on Virginia's Eastern Shore. Over the span of five months, Accomack County residents and firefighters could not pin down the culprit, who was widely suspected to be a member of their community.
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Years ago, you may have cheered the demise of disco. But prepare yourself, it’s making a comeback. As Saturday Night Fever – The Musical tours around the country, historians and sociologists are beginning to appreciate disco as an important innovation in American music and a driving force for change in American society.
- John-Manuel Andriote Author of "Hot Stuff: A Brief History of Disco" (Harper Entertainment)
- Kerric Harvey Associate Professor, George Washington University, Media and Public Affairs
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