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Teachers, come on down to Sesame Street! Join Science Matters at 23 Sesame Street for our first Scratch ED RVA Meetup on October...
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Five years ago, a group launched a campaign to build a cooperatively owned grocery store in Richmond. More than 1000 residents...

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Virginia Cotton production is forecast 90 percent over last year, and as Charles Fishburne reports, the extremely dry weather has been good for other crops as well.

Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services Spokesperson Elaine Lidholme said, “We have four types of farmers who are very happy right now about the dry harvest season.”

Local Music

To mark the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation, the Chamber Orchestra of Europe has released a new CD set of the Mendelssohn symphonies under the baton of Yannick Nézet-Séguin, the Music Director of the Philadelphia Orchestra and Music Director Designate of the Met Opera.

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Forbidden City

Discover the ingenious engineering of Beijing’s Forbidden City, the power center of imperial China for nearly 500 years.

Nature: Animal Reunions

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Finding Your Roots: Puritans and Pioneers

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America's Secret War

Under the command of the CIA, a full-blown...

Science Matters

Jerry Samford was a 20-year-old William & Mary student when one of his kidneys began to fail due to a restricted artery. Most people with only one kidney lead a normal life but Samford was one of the unlucky few.

Educators Learn New Way to Teach Coding at Scratch Ed RVA

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How is Google Helping Puerto Rico's Communication Needs?

Hurricane Maria left Puerto Rico decimated in...

Question Your World: Did Upright Walking Hominids Come From Africa?

One of the ingredients for making humanity is...