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Neurologist Oliver Sacks, who died Sunday, once described himself as an "old Jewish atheist," but during the decades he spent...
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Governor Terry McAuliffe says as House Republicans continue to play political games with the Judicial Nomination process, he’s moving on.

Last month the Senate adjourned for the year, effectively ending the special session of the General Assembly.

Music

You know, a ton of shows, be it of the radio or television kind, may lay claim that theirs is the place where the fun begins. But, I happen to have it on good authority (from a certain big, yellow bird), that this place--and this show, is actually where the fun begins. So, on this week's World Music Show (8/29), I'll set out to prove any naysayers wrong.

Blues Music: The Professor’s Picks for August 2015

Before the summer slips away into the fall, it...

A World of Pictures & Sound

Sometimes it's great to just take a journey...

Janiva Magness and Retro George Thorogood!

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Sherlock

Two years after Sherlock’s "death", Dr. John Watson has got on with his life.

American Masters: Althea

Uncover the story of Althea Gibson (1927-2003...

Plunky: Never Too Late, The Documentary

A documentary following jazz saxophonist James...

Big Blue Live: Part 3

Join scientists, animal behaviorists and other...

Science Matters

Humanity can’t seem to sit still. From our earliest days in Africa to now we have always been on the move. In modern times there is no greater symbol for our mobility than the car.

Question Your World: How Many Photos Have Ever Been Taken?

Birthday parties, graduations, engagements,...

Vaccines — Calling the Shots

Diseases that were largely eradicated in the...