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Shakespeare Uncovered continues with a second season on WCVE PBS / WHTJ PBS, beginning Friday, January 30 at 9:00 p.m. and...
Almost Famous Women is the kind of "high concept" short-story collection that invites skepticism. These stories are about 13...
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A federal appeals court has approved former Governor Bob McDonnell’s request to remain free while he appeals his corruption convictions. 

Just two weeks before he was to report to prison, McDonnell learned he will now be free on bond pending his appeal. 

Music

Tuesday (January 27th) is International Holocaust Remembrance Day and the 70th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz. The Richmond Symphony will mark the occasion with a Holocaust remembrance concert called “Voices of Survival.”

Time for a Rough Guide Around the World

Sometimes, while pulling together selections...

When Worlds Collide

This week's World Music Show (1/17/15...

Jarekus Singleton visits Time for the Blues!

We hope you’ll join us this week (1/10/15) on...

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Charlottesville Inside-Out

Follow up with an organization that’s putting trailer park transformation – without displacement – on the national map; then visit a local sanctuary for rescued parrots.

Think Wednesday: Sinkholes - Buried Alive

In Tampa, Florida, in February 2013, a giant...

Think Wednesday: Penguin Post Office

In the heart of the Antarctic Peninsula there’...

Science Matters

8th-12th grade students are invited to STEM-U-LINK at Virginia Union University on Saturday, January 31st. This STEM career exploration fair will be a great opportunity for high school students to meet college students and professionals in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math.

Wicked Plants Take Over Science Museum of Virginia

Step into a macabre world where plants hold...

Question Your World: Can We Predict How People Act?

As a species our survival is often based on...