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Posted Friday, January 22, 2021 by WLRH News

We spotlight Huntsville rock group, The Golden Flakes and feature tunes from their 2019 album “Move In”, also new tunes from The Pine Hill Haints, Trash Cats, Darien Omar, Seeds?, and Solo Monk along with some metal from Quinta Essentia and R&B from B. Alexandria.

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Sundial Writer Joyce Billingsley paints us a picture of the "allotments" made available to British citizens.

We spotlight music from guitar collector and vintage gear aficionado: Izzy Miller…along with music from John Onder, Alex Banks II, Will River, Safeword, Rolling Jazz Revue, Helaina Brundage, Gus Hergert, Hunnivega, and Jalen Kelly.

WLRH is excited to bring you Reveal’s American Rehab. A 6-part series on The Public Radio Hour that exposes how a treatment for drug addiction has turned tens of thousands of people into an unpaid shadow workforce.

Sundial contributor Sara Leibold lets us in on her method of keeping her mind occupied while hiking for long hours on the Appalachian Trail.

While other musical organizations have suspended their seasons due to the pandemic, the Huntsville Symphony Orchestra plays on.

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The U.S. Postal Service is still struggling to deal with mail sent during the recent holiday season.

The U.S. Postal Service is still digging out from under an avalanche of mail sent over the holidays. Plus, the system has been strained by the impact of COVID-19 on its workflow and workforce.

South Korea's KF94 mask does a good job concealing the <em>Mona Lisa</em>'s smile — but how effective is it at preventing coronavirus spread? Here, masked pedestrians stroll through a shopping district in Seoul.

There are N95s, reserved for health workers. There are KN95s, which you can buy easily — except that quality may vary. And now South Korea's KF94 masks are getting a lot of buzz.

Corine Dehabey, the director of programs for the Toledo office of US Together, pictured in a 2017 story. Today she says her organization is hopeful and excited for the changes coming under President Biden.

Corine Dehabey runs a group that helps resettle refugees in Toledo, Ohio. She says her organization is "hopeful" and "excited" about Biden's plan to raise the number of refugees allowed into the U.S.

Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei on Jan. 8. A Twitter account believed to be linked to Khamenei was permanently banned Friday after posting a threatening image involving former President Donald Trump. Twitter told The Associated Press the account was a fake.

An image that seems to threaten former President Donald Trump has prompted Twitter to deactivate an account linked to Ayatollah Ali Khamenei. The image also appears on Khameini's website.

A COVID-19 vaccine hub taking appointments only stands in Brooklyn as New York City begins to run low on doses Friday.

The two companies making COVID-19 vaccines each promised to deliver 100 million doses to the federal government by the end of March. So far, they appear to be running behind.

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