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To an outsider, the fancy booths at a June health insurance industry gathering in San Diego, Calif., aren't very compelling: a...
In the wake of Virginia’s first burning victim of the giant Hogweed plant, Virginia Master Naturalists have just published...
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Butchers are an integral part of French life, and are known for carefully sourcing their meat. But now some are being targeted by extreme vegans who use vandalism to draw attention to their cause.

Chicago Is Proud To Be Anti-Ketchup

A writer took a picture of a sign on Chicago-...

Archaeologists Find 14,500-Year-Old Bread

Archaeologists in Jordan's Black Desert found...

Local Music

How can this be? It’s only July already the summer doldrums are creeping down on me like I’ve been splashed by kids going down the slide at the community pool. For this reason, on this week’s World Music Show (7/14) I’m culling together a batch of summer-specific tunes to help those like me who may need to hop on a floaty at said pool and chill a bit.

Fever Pitch

I got a fever! And sadly I’m not talking about...

News from WCVE

Republicans in Virginia’s House of Delegates say they’re appealing a federal court verdict on alleged racial gerrymandering in 11 districts. When they do so, Virginia taxpayers will foot the bill.

First Kaine/Stewart Debate Set For Saturday

Democratic Senator Tim Kaine meets Republican...

Statues Commissioned For Women's Monument

The first four statues have been commissioned...

Endangered Va Republicans Losing Fundraising Ground to Democrats

Republican incumbents in three of Virginia’s...

This Week from Artsline

Wednesday, July 18th

10:00am
The exhibit will showcase, small, original works of art created by Art Center members including paintings, photography,jewelry,baskets,mosaics and more!
10:00am
Use felt, fabric, strange things as tools, and more to make varied art using fibers(cloth). Have fun with color, shape,& imagination. Call 436-9309 to register.
11:00am
This free, family-friendly activity will feature outdoor games from the past!
12:00pm
Exhibition of works by Melissa Haviland, Julie Dzikiewicz, Nicole Santiago, and Teri Keegan-Castrop