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Uncover the mysterious life of the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of To Kill a Mockingbird (July 11, 1960). Emmy-winning filmmaker...
Pull out your maps, because this week we’re learning about maps and geographic tools. If you could go anywhere, where would...
Richmond is one of five cities selected by the EPA for this year’s Greening America's Capitals program. The initiative...

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Today federal judges in the Eastern District Court in Alexandria heard oral arguments as well as testimony from several key witnesses in a challenge to Virginia’s House of Delegates district boundaries.

Music

Is it just me, or does this year seem like it’s flying by? Henry and I have been up to our eyeballs in great music and it’s still coming in. Thanks goodness. That means we have all sorts of great new things to share with you and we’re on the prowl for even more.

Unwrap This

Christmas in July? Sure, ther's a saying for...

Notes from America Vol. 3: The Nied’s Hotel Band

First off--they are not a hotel band. There is...

Say, Are You Hungry?

On the menu for this week's World...

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Harper Lee

Uncover the mysterious life of the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of To Kill a Mockingbird (July 11, 1960).

Forgotten Ellis Island

Visit the abandoned immigrant hospital on...

First Peoples: Europe

When Homo sapiens turned up in prehistoric...

Operation Wild: Episode Two

Find out how pioneering medicine is...

Science Matters

Join the Petersburg Public Library as they host the Sciencetellers, on Tuesday, July 7th at 2:00 p.m., at the Tabernacle Community Life Center – 444 Halifax Street, Petersburg, Virginia.

Question Your World: Why Did We Add An Extra Second This Year?

College students, high level business execs,...

Male Contraceptive Pill in the Works at UVA

Why isn’t there a male contraceptive pill?...

Question Your World: What Moves the World's Biggest Mountain?

The roof of our planet is located in Nepal....