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Posted Thursday, July 29, 2021 by WLRH News

In this week’s episode, we spotlight a Huntsville music creator/collaborator/producer That Andy Guy and curate a selection from his 24 releases. We’ll also hear from The Go Go Killers, Alex Banks II feat. Eric Essex, Rob Aldridge feat. The Pollies, Swiss Army Brat, Shattered Monsters, Radiotron, Wade Brown, SNACKS, Way No Bueno, and Hassleinone.

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WLRH is pleased to present another winner of the Huntsville Literary Association's Young Writers Contest: Amelia Rathz won the Junior Short Story division with her entry: Future Nova.

In this episode of The Public Radio Hour, we get the latest on Huntsville's $40-million, 8000 seat amphitheatre, which is finally under constructio

New Sundial contributor Pashka Constantinow ponders what tethers her soul and physical being to existence.

This week we have a special installment of 'Funny You Should Ask,' where we'll sit down with Scott Eason, one of the co-creators of Huntsville's lo

In this week’s episode, we spotlight a Huntsville group The World Forgot and feature their 2020 EP: “Choices or I Am the Great Silent Spaces Between Worlds” along with tunes from Penny & Sparrow, Translee, Izzy Miller, Matt Prater, Ally Free, Marquis Green and House of Curses.

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People in Tokyo wear masks on May 7. Daily coronavirus infections in Japan's capital have topped 4,000 — nearly four times as many as a week ago.

Daily infections are nearly quadruple the numbers reported just a week ago. Japan's prime minister, who has denied the Olympics are to blame, has extended a state of emergency to the end of August.

Novak Djokovic of Serbia reacts during the bronze medal match that he lost to Spain's Pablo Carreño Busta at the Tokyo Olympics on Saturday.

Serbia's Djokovic loses to Spain's Pablo Carreño Busta, ending his chances of winning a bronze in Tokyo. "I gave it all, whatever I had left in the tank, which was not so much," Djokovic says.

A self-portrait of Darya Apakhonchich, with the writing on her face and a figure of a woman saying: "Not only a body but a person, person, person, person, person." She made the photo in support of Russian artist and LGBTQ activist Yulia Tsvetkova, who faces criminal charges for spreading pornography through her art.

The recently expanded law says that freelance journalists, YouTube bloggers and practically anyone else who receives money from abroad and voices a political opinion can be considered a foreign agent.

Elaine Thompson-Herah of Team Jamaica crosses the finish line to win the gold medal in the women's 100-meter final at the Tokyo Olympic Games on Saturday.

Elaine Thompson-Herah of Jamaica has won the fastest women's track race at the Tokyo Games in Olympic record time. She was the defending gold medalist in this event. Jamaica swept the final.

People head into the service building at the Cheesequake Rest Area in South Amboy, N.J.

New Jersey will honor nine of its most illustrious citizens by slapping their names on rest stops along the Garden State Parkway. Scott Simon muses over what becomes a legend most.

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