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On Wednesday, February 10, 88.9 WCVE Richmond Public Radio will premiere its new education segment Learning Curve. Every other...
Memory. Whether it’s sharp, fuzzy, poignant or thrilling, it’s the glue that binds our mental lives. Without it we...
Richmond is one of 20 U.S. cities where young refugees separated from parents or guardians are resettled. They come from 18...

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The Virginia Education Association is standing up for better pay for teachers in the Commonwealth.

As the state budget looms, Meg Gruber, president of the Virginia Education Association, spoke at a conference today calling for better pay for educators.

Music

Harmony. Harmony can mean many things. From the obvious meaning in music to the slightly obscure or obtuse one in terms of cohesiveness, harmony is nice solid word. On this weeks World Music Show (2/6), I'll attempt the almost impossible: To stay harmonious throughout the two-hour broadcast.

Ballet Master Malcolm Burn Talks about "Romeo & Juliet"

Artistic Associate and Ballet Master Malcolm...

A World Music Tribute

If you're a frequent listener to the World...

The Arts

The title of the play being produced by Quill Theatre and playing at Richmond Triangle Players contains one of the seven words George Carlin told us we couldn’t say on television - or by extension radio.

Hamlet Premieres January 14 on WCVE PBS

From Quill Theatre – ...

“Jazz Singers” Exhibition Opens at Library of Congress

An exhibition opening next month at the...

George Maida's Favorite Christmas Gifts

Special from 88.9 WCVE Public Radio Host...

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Democratic Debate

Live from Milwaukee, Wisconsin, PBS NewsHour co-anchors and managing editors Gwen Ifill and Judy Woodruff will moderate the DNC-sanctioned debate, the first Democratic presidential

Memory Hackers

Memory. Whether it’s sharp, fuzzy, poignant or...

Moose: Life of a Twig Eater

Travel to Canada’s Rockies and into the world...

The Perfect Crime

Re-examine the shocking story of Leopold and...

Science Matters

Memory. Whether it’s sharp, fuzzy, poignant or thrilling, it’s the glue that binds our mental lives. Without it we’d be prisoners of the present, unable to use the lessons of the past to change our future.