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A spanking new railway, but only two trains per hour

A brand new stretch of track from Copenhagen to Ringsted announced with considerable fanfare in 2012, which has cost taxpayers around 9 billion kroner so far, will only have two trains running in each ... read more

Mississippi bluesmen rediscovered in 'Two Trains Runnin'': BIFF review

On June 21, 1964 two separate groups of music fans seeking out blues musicians located Skip James and Son House in Mississippi, where they had been living in obscurity since recording scratchy 78 reco... read more

Blues Documentaries ‘Sidemen,’ ‘Two Trains Runnin’ Scheduled for August Release

Abramorama has acquired blues documentaries “Sidemen: Long Road To Glory” and “Two Trains Runnin'” for theatrical release in August. Abramorama has become a specialist in handling long-form music docu... read more

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Music documentary 'Two Trains Runnin'' captures 1964 collision of blues and civil rights

Delta blues, as personified by giants like Robert Johnson and Muddy Waters, was a rolling wail of intensely personal music. Sam Pollard's energetic, trenchant documentary "Two Trains Runnin' " spotlig... read more

Abramorama’s Blues Period: Acquires Docus ‘Sidemen’ And ‘Two Trains Runnin”

Sidemen, narrated by Marc Maron and featuring the late Gregg Allman, Warren Haynes, the Doors’ Robby Krieger, Joe Perry, Bonnie Raitt, Derek Trucks and more, looks at the lives and legacies of three l... read more

“There’s No Such Thing as a Post-Racial America”: Sam Pollard on Two Trains Runnin’

Sam Pollard, Two Trains Runnin' In the summer of ’64, after President Lyndon B. Johnson passed the Civil Rights Act which enabled African-Americans to vote for their government, many young men and wom... read more

New on stage: August Wilson's 'Two Trains Running' at TheatreNOW

On Friday, TheatreNOW opens a dinner theater production of playwright August Wilson’s 1990 play “Two Trains Running.” Wilson (1945-2005) was an American playwright whose work deals with the African-Am... read more

Two Trains Runnin’ — VIFF

What a fantastic, innovative film. Combine the US Civil Rights Movement, the Freedom Summer of 1964, with a bit of Blues music and, voila! Two Trains Runnin’ It was great having Benjamin Hedin, Produc... read more

Two Trains Running

I used to travel by train. From New York to Ann Arbor, Flagstaff to Boston, Philadelphia to Pittsburgh to Morgantown, West Virginia, I would watch the country roll by my window in “one unbelievable hu... read more

'Two Trains Runnin'' Connects A Search For The Blues With Freedom Summer

In the early 1960s, a group of young. white blues enthusiasts ventured through the South to find blues musicians Skip James and Son House. As the group tried to locate these roots musicians, racial vi... read more

Theater review: 'Two Trains Running' makes a powerful statement

The work of August Wilson is hardly ever staged in Wilmington. In fact, I can't remember a play by the man who's been called the Black Shakespeare -- a lofty title few could live up to but that Wilson ... read more

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