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A collaboration in Richmond examines how dance can be used to create community and foster dialogue. The partnership between VCU,...
During the summer of 2016, New York City Ballet made a triumphant return to Paris for a three-week season at the historic Th...
On this day 50 years ago, a little-known gospel singer from Detroit went into a New York City recording studio to try to jump-...

From 88.9 WCVE and NPR News

Speaker Howell address the House after announcing his retirement, and the Senate considers a last minute bill regarding sanctuary cities.

Texas Lawmaker Riled Over Emoji Chilean Flag Mixup

The Texas flag looks a lot like the flag of...

Rep. Reed Faces Tense Crowds At Town Halls In Western New York

Rachel Martin talks to Republican Rep. Tom...

France Warns Russia To Stay Out Of Its Presidential Election

The French government warned the Kremlin not...

Local Music

Langston Hughes published the 800-line poem “Ask Your Mama: 12 Moods for Jazz” in 1961. One of his most ambitious works, the poem touches on so many different things that it’s very hard to describe in a few sentences. In large part, it’s a meditation on the struggle for freedom in the U.S.

Virginia Opera Presents Weber's Der Freischutz

Carl Maria von Weber is known as the “founder...

More Newness & Goodness

Coming up on this week’s World Music...

Local Arts

The Art Assignment explores the great city of Richmond, Virginia, and thinks about its history as well as its present.

Art Trip: Washington D.C.

From PBS Digital Studios –...

Discover University Or College Art Museums And Galleries

Large contemporary art museums are great...

What To Watch

New York City Ballet

Enjoy two classic ballets by George Balanchine: Georges Bizet’s sparkling Symphony in C, and the rarely seen Sonatine to the music of Maurice Ravel, in performance in Paris.

NOVA: Why Trains Crash

Trains are essential for moving freight and...

Spy in the Wild, A Nature Miniseries: Bad Behavior

Spy Creatures infiltrate the underground world...

Maya Angelou: And Still I Rise

Journey through the prolific life of the 'I...

Science Matters

Vision is a pretty important aspect of life for many creatures on Earth. For thousands of years we have been trying to better understand our own visions. Scientists are now looking into what causes some of us to develop our near sighted vision.

Question Your World: Can We Create A New Way To Help Power Our World?

The global energy dialogue is easily one of...

Formed Underground or in a Lab: Diamonds Still Sparkle

Thinking about a diamond for your valentine?...

Question Your World: How Will We Get Medical Updates In The Near Future?

A long time ago, we humans used to look up to...