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Searching for Christmas music you've never heard before? Well, Mitchell Kezin is a collector of what he calls "Christmas orphans...
This Christmas, images of the Virgin Mary created over five centuries glow on the walls of the National Museum of Women in the...
More than 50 musicians and eight years of work went into The Christmas Project, a new recording from Samson Trinh and the Upper...

News from WCVE and NPR

Entomologist Dr. Art Evans and WCVE producer Steve Clark get into the holiday spirit with a discussion of eucalyptus-eating beetles down under and South African cicadas, as well as some entomological humbugs and chimeras.

Music

Sure, I'm jumping on the bandwagon for an annual "Best of" list for this week's World Music Show (12/27). However, unlike the other music websites, including the big ones (like NPR), my list is more, shall I say, homegrown.

Desiree Roots Centeio Releases First Solo Recording

Thirty-five years after her first professional...

Get Excited! It's the Annual World Music Holiday Show!

You know, during this time of year, there are...

Time for the Christmas Blues!

We hope you’ll stay up late with us this...

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Michael Feinstein

Ring in the New Year with entertainer Michael Feinstein.

Antiques Roadshow: Manor House Treasures

“Manor House Treasures” features extraordinary...

From Jesus to Christ: The First Christians Part 2

In the second program, Frontline...

The Great British Baking Show: Cake

Follow 12 amateur bakers as they enter the...

Science Matters

As years come and go we often look back and reflect on what’s happened that year. This year was an awesome one for science. Let’s look back at what science did in 2014.