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Beer isn’t just a favorite way to wash down a plate of game-night chicken wings. It’s been a part of the human experience for at...
When someone addicted to opioids or other drugs is finally ready to get help, knowing where to go or who to call can be an...

From 88.9 WCVE and NPR News

When someone addicted to opioids or other drugs is finally ready to get help, knowing where to go or who to call can be an obstacle. A new resource, staffed  by people in recovery themselves, aims to fill that need. WCVE’s Catherine Komp has more for Virginia Currents.

Local Music

Pianist Xiayin Wang performs a variety of repertoire and she recently released a new album of solo piano works by Enrique Granados on the Chandos label. The album centers around Granados’s towering Goyescas, a set based on the paintings of Francisco Goya.

Talkin’ bout a Revolution

I think Tracy Chapman said it...

Big Sounds in World Music

It’s going to BIG, BOLD and BEAUTIFUL sounds...

What To Watch

Call The Midwife

Barbara’s condition doesn’t improve and she's kept in isolation at the hospital, leaving her friends bereft. Dr.

Antiques Roadshow: Green Bay, Hour Two

Gallivant through Green Bay with ...

Live from Lincoln Center: Leslie Odom Jr. In Concert

Best known for his killer performance as Aaron...

How The Welsh Changed The World: A Tale of Two Tredegars

Historians from the United States and Wales...

Science Matters

There’s a reason many people proudly refer to themselves as “tree huggers.” Trees are essential to a healthy environment, providing oxygen, shade, erosion protection, and a comfy home for many animals—not to mention the ones that offer tasty fruits and nuts for us to eat.

The Science of Brewing Beer

Beer isn’t just a favorite way to wash down a...

Is the Richmond Rainy Season Changing?

As the spring makes way for summer there...