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Posted Friday, May 18, 2018 by WLRH News

The city of Madison’s only pipe organ is featured in the next recital in the Music at Messiah series. Adam Cobb, who recently finished his Master’s Degree at Florida State University will play music of Brahms, Bach and others this Sunday (5/20).

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The Huntsville Master Chorale presents its final concert of the season “Spring Jubilee” this weekend (5/18, 5/20.) The two concerts wil

On this episode of The Public Radio Hour, we explore the concert of slang with

Theatre Huntsville’s latest production, Crimes of the Heart, opens this weekend at the VBC.

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Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., told NPR he believes lifetime federal judicial appointments are among the most important appointments the Senate is tasked with confirming.

The Senate majority leader says he is focusing the chamber's agenda for the rest of 2018 on confirming conservatives to lifetime judicial appointments.

Maria Elvira Pinto Exposto was escorted by police during a court hearing in Malaysia in December, where she was exonerated of drug smuggling charges. On Thursday an appeals court overturned the ruling and sentenced her to die by hanging.

Lawyers are appealing the sentence and say the 54-year-old from Sydney was the victim of an online scam.

At the end of a cease-fire meeting, people plant a tanket, a kind of palm lily, together. The tree that grows is meant to symbolize harmony at the end of the process.

In the Eastern Highlands, the accusation of sorcery is a vigilante's rallying cry. Such accusations often lead to violence and are believed to be responsible for dozens of deaths every year.

Atlanta Braves outfielder Ender Inciarte watches a home run hit by the Washington Nationals' Matt Adams fall into the stands during the ninth inning of a game at Nationals Park on April 11.

A panel of experts studied the issue for months but couldn't come up with much more than ballpark determinations as to why home run rates are spiking.

Jack Johnson, seen here in New York City in 1932, was the first black world heavyweight champion. On Thursday, President Trump granted him a rare posthumous pardon, clearing his name more than a century after a racially charged conviction.

The black world heavyweight champion was convicted of a crime in 1913 for traveling with a white girlfriend. President Trump issued a rare posthumous pardon after an appeal from Sylvester Stallone.



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