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Posted Thursday, October 12, 2017 by WLRH News

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The Huntsville Chamber Music Guild's season begins this Saturday (10/21) with the world famous Vienna Boys Choir.

Huntsville Public Radio's host of All Things Considered, Shane Scott, will anchor that show for possibly the last time here on Friday, October 20,

If you would like to see many different styles of dance performed by a really talented company, the Huntsville Ballet is for you.

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State colleges, community colleges and one private university are working to help students in Puerto Rico and beyond continue their education.

Electronic musician Richie Hawtin's travels to Japan made a deep impression on him: "I found a country filled with beautiful contrasts which balanced high technology and deep cultural traditions."

Electronic musician and craft sake maker Richie Hawtin is exploring the connection between the Japanese drink and music, and claims that melding the two results in a "beautifully hypnotic experience."

Sheryl Sandberg's best-seller, Option B, has perspectives on finding resilience and joy after adversity. In other countries there are different obstacles — and different ways to cope.

Black Lives Matter activists march in front of Trump Tower on January 14, 2017, in New York City.

Stories pile up about real-life activity linked to Russian influence-mongers, senators pitch new law on digital political ads and committee hearing postponed for Trump's longtime personal lawyer.

Democrat Doug Jones speaks at a campaign rally earlier this month in Birmingham, Ala. He is campaigning on what he calls "kitchen table" issues, including health care, jobs and education.

While Alabama hasn't sent a Democrat to the Senate in 25 years, Doug Jones, a former federal prosecutor, may have an opening because of the the controversial record of his GOP opponent, Roy Moore.

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