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Funded in part by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, Splash and Bubbles follows the adventures of Splash, a yellow fusilier...
According to Maslow’s hierarchy of needs, creativity is at the pinnacle of being human. As such, the human brain is a creative...
Food and culture is at the center of a new initiative in Richmond called “Cooking as a Second Language.” More than a...

From 88.9 WCVE and NPR News

The Virginia Department of Rail and Public Transportation has just released its draft recommendation on how to bring high speed rail to the Commonwealth and beyond.

The comprehensive plans show four tracks in Northern Virginia, then three through Fredericksburg, Central Virginia and Richmond, with two full service stations at Staples Mill and Main Street.

After Years Of Mediocrity, The Dallas Cowboys Have The NFL's Best Record

The Cowboys have won only two playoff games in...

Oakland Officials Still Searching For The Cause Of A Deadly Blaze

The investigations continues into the deadly...

The Gender Wage Gap In The Arts

New social science research shows that women...

Local Music

I recently spoke with pianist Lara Downes about her new release “America Again,” which is comprised of various arrangements of a wide range of genres including classical, American popular, jazz and folk ballads.

Time to Escape?

Say, is it the time of year when you may want...

Class Is In Session

It’ll be a history lesson on this week’s...

Local Arts

The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts’ current exhibit is titled Jasper Johns and Edvard Munch: Love, Loss and the Cycle of Life. It was shown once at the Munch Museum in Oslo and is now on display at the VMFA for its only U.S. exhibition.

What To Watch

Kander and Ebb

Grab a front row seat for one of the most thrilling Broadway concerts in memory.

Christmas at Belmont

Join Grammy-winning host Kathy Mattea and...

NOVA: Bombing Hitler’s Supergun

Growing desperate in 1943, Hitler hatches...

Nature: Love in the Animal Kingdom

Animals dance, sing, flirt and compete with...

Science Matters

Anything there’s a hurricane, a heat wave, or any other extreme weather event you’ll hear people ask: “Is this because of climate change?” While natural occurrences and extreme storms have been happening for quite some time now, new scientific processes are allowing us to see how much human cause

Question Your World: How Are We Changing How We Eat?

Happy holidays, science fans!...

Question Your World: Digging Into The Numbers Behind Thanksgiving

Every November our nation takes an evening off...