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Posted Monday, March 11, 2019 by WLRH News

In this week's episode, Sundial Contributor Peggie Tucker lays out her expectations for the afterlife.

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Ireland’s uilleann pipes are smaller and quieter than Scotland’s highland pipes.

Organist Christian Crocker stopped by to talk about his upcoming Organ Duo recital with Elizabeth LaJeunesse at Nativity on Friday, March 15th at 7pm.

Hey Tennessee Valley musicians! Do you have a song you want the world to hear? The 2019 Tiny Desk Contest is now open!

Two of the stars of Wrestle, the critically acclaimed documentary, speak with Ginny Kennedy about how they got involved in the project and it’s like to be the subject of an in-depth documentary.

In this episode of Arts Underground, the series "The Perception of Women" is continued - a discussion about art as it relates to beauty standards, advertising, and the roles of women in and out of the home.

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The exterior of Fox Studios is pictured, Tuesday in Los Angeles. Disney's $71.3 billion acquisition of Fox's entertainment assets closed around 12 a.m. EDT on Wednesday.

The $71 billion deal strengthens Disney's portfolio and gives it even more leverage to compete against other streaming powerhouses.

In this sketch, Judge Amy Berman Jackson presides over a court hearing for Trump campaign adviser Roger Stone at the U.S. District Courthouse in Washington, D.C., in February. Jackson is among the women judges playing a central role in the Russia investigation.

Some of the least-known but most important figures in the Russia investigation and its aftermath are the women who preside over its headline-grabbing cases.

Supreme Court Associate Justice Neil Gorsuch poses for the court's official portrait in the East Conference Room at the Supreme Court building on November 30, 2018, in Washington, D.C.

On a conservative court, Justice Gorsuch has been one of the most conservative voices. But in cases involving Indian treaties and rights, he is most often sympathetic to Indian claims.

The new strategy of some health plans for state employees is to pay hospitals a certain percentage above the basic Medicare reimbursement rate. It allows hospitals a small profit, the states say, while reducing costs to states and patients.

Some states have begun using Medicare reimbursement rates to recalibrate how they pay hospitals. If the gamble pays off, more private-sector employers could start doing the same thing.

A jury in federal court in San Francisco on Tuesday concluded that Roundup weed killer was a substantial factor in a California man's cancer. The company denies the connection.

After five days of deliberation the jury concluded the weed killer was a "substantial factor" in causing non-Hodgkins lymphoma in the plaintiff. It's the second verdict against the Bayer product.



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