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In commemoration of the 2013 Giuseppe Verdi bicentennial, Music Director Gustavo Dudamel and the Los Angeles Philharmonic perform...
The late musician Jack Clement's nickname, "Cowboy," came from a radio show he was part of in the early 1960s. It had nothing to...
Host Amy Williams travels to Fishersville to learn about Miniature Gardening. Co-host Peggy Singlemann, Director of Horticulture...

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Music

We owe a lot to the guitar or two the stringed instrument. Just think of all the sounds we'd miss if there wasn't a guitar or other stringed instrument lurking in the background or taking center stage. On this week's World Music Show (7/26), we'll celebrate these sounds with a few choice choices of strings.

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On Wednesday evening, July 15, singer Laura...

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Selwyn Birchwood and More Blues Incorporated!

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Sister Wendy

An instant star, Sister Wendy Beckett travelled the world in her habit telling us the story of Christian art and painting but revealing little of her own extraordinary story.

Poirot: Dead Man's Folly

A wealthy financier and his wife stage a grand...

Dudamel Conducts the Verdi Requiem at the Hollywood Bowl

In commemoration of the Giuseppe Verdi...

Science Matters

A former Manchester High School student is now traveling the world, studying stalagmites in caves for signs he says can predict future weather patterns. Charles Fishburne of 88.9 WCVE has more in this Science Matters report.