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The Richmond Symphony will open their 2018-19 with guest pianist Lang Lang this Friday evening (September 21st) in the Carpenter...
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The country singer-songwriter's voice changed in her 50s and, for a time, she thought her career in music was over. With advice from Tony Bennett and a voice coach, Mattea has returned.

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The Richmond Symphony will open their 2018-19 with guest pianist Lang Lang this Friday evening (September 21st) in the Carpenter Theatre at Dominion Energy Center.

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A new report shows more and more people who are over the age of 50 are being sentenced to prison in Virginia. And that’s led to a rise in healthcare costs for the Virginia Department of Corrections.

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Thursday, September 20th

9:45am
Alan Briceland begins the 8-week course that covers the time span 1914-18 and presents the causes, conduct and consequences of the war.
9:45am
Tim Martin presents the first session of the 8-week course, a continuing class for Open University students, TSCOR. Meetings through Nov. 8.
9:45am
Free conversation, reading skill, some grammar and more stories by Andre Klein. Eight weekly classes (through Nov. 8) led by Sabine Horn.
9:45am
This course about the Constitution begins with a lecture by Tom Morris. Seven subsequent lectures occur weekly through Nov. 8 for OU students