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Virginia’s recent blackface scandal re-ignited conversations about the state’s racist history, and its lasting impact...
Planning to celebrate St. Patrick's Day with some green beer and a plate of corned beef and cabbage?That's fine, but Irish...
Students across the U.S. plan to skip school Friday as a protest to call for more action to address climate change. Organizers...

News from NPR

A shooting on a tram on Monday in the Netherlands has reportedly left three people dead. Authorities say the gunman remains at large. Rachel Martin talks to Geert Jan Hahn of Dutch news channel BNR.

After Years Of Abuse By Priests, #NunsToo Are Speaking Out

A #NunsToo movement has emerged from #MeToo,...

New Zealand Families Begin Receiving Bodies Of Terror Attack Victims

Thousands of people gathered to remember the...

Would-Be Robber Gives Money Back But He Is Still Arrested

A woman in China was getting money at an ATM...

WCVE Music

Sometimes all plans go awry. On this week’s World Music Show (3/16) the original line-up was going to kick off with the appropriate focus on St. Patrick’s Day theme--without overblowing it. You know, just some sprinkles of some good Irish music that perhaps you haven’t heard of.

News from WCVE

Certified Financial Planner Brian Ford joins Dan Rosenthal for this week's financial analysis.

This Week from Artsline

Monday, March 18th

STS at VCU welcomes Susan D. Jones, DVM, PhD, (University of Minnesota) as part of our 2018-19 speaker series, "Imagining Science Through Animals."

Tuesday, March 19th

RAL Art Center members will submit original works of art in a variety of mediums. The Art Center is open Tues-Sat, 10 am - 4 pm The public is invited.
Writer-in-residence Kristen Green will explain how to take a book idea and build a broader story through deep reading, research, and interviews.
The potluck dinner begins at 5:30 PM and the reading begins at 6:30 PM. Please bring food and/or a beverage to share (for 12-15 participants).