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Question Your World: Can Music Impact Your Brain?

From ancient tribes beating on drums to Zayn Malik’s upcoming solo project, music has been a vital part of the human experience. The study of music usually refers to mastering composition or a specific instrument, but recently scientists have been studying the brain for a totally different reason. The question they’re asking is can music impact your brain? Listen to this Question Your World radio report produced by the Science Museum of Virginia to learn more.

Earth Day Extravaganza: Options Galore

Earth Day will take the River City by storm this April 18. Not one, but three festivals will celebrate and encourage our commitment to environmental stewardship with awesome activities, entertainment and educational opportunities. Sprawling across the city and even into the surrounding counties, you have more options than you can shake a kale smoothie at. Join Enrichmond, Style Weekly, or John Tyler Community College (or all three) for some of the best Earth Day fun to be had.

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