Months After Washington Landslide, Hopeful Steps Forward

New York Times: The Miller family’s bluegrass band, Blueberry Hill, has deep roots in this little mountain town on the edge of the Oso landslide, which killed more than 40 people in late March in a few shattering seconds of geological upheaval. Aida Miller, 19, who sings and plays the mandolin, and her brother, Forrest, 17, a banjo player, were both born here. So the Millers came back after the disaster, and they were playing a free concert for exhausted emergency responders at the downtown command center a few......

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