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NPR's Ari Shapiro talks with Jeffrey Lewis, a nonproliferation expert at the Middlebury Institute of International Studies, following a report about U.S. intent to transfer nuclear technology to Saudi Arabia.

WCVE Music

We’re heading to the cinema for this week’s World Music Show (2/16). So grab your over-priced popcorn, snacks and soda, or better yet, grab a lovely adult beverage and let’s sit back and checkout what to expect.

 

News from WCVE

This Presidents’ Day, in the aftermath of Virginia’s blackface scandals, community leaders and members marched to the State’s Capitol to once again urge Governor Ralph Northam to resign.

This Week from Artsline

Tuesday, February 19th

9:00am
All Garden visitors enjoy half-price admission through Feb. 28. During this time only, Garden admission is $6 for adults and seniors and $4 for children.
10:00am
Art Center members will submit original works of art in a variety of mediums. Art Center is open Tues-Sat, 10 am-4pm.The public is welcome.
10:15am
The peanut man chose to make his career at the Tuskegee Institute, creating lamp oil, plastics, and medicines. A story to celebrate Black History Month.
1:00pm
In this 52 minute film, art historians and gallery owners place the works of key artist in context- juxtaposing them with racist imagery and social contexts.