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Posted Wednesday, January 26, 2022 by WLRH News

This episode of Arts Underground, Jennifer Baxter, ALCPL Library Director & local podcast host, tells us about something audiophiles won't find anywhere else- 4 unique podcasts with a hyper-local focus on Athens & Limestone County issues, people & history!

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In this week’s episode of Valley Sounds, we feature the brand new album from Rob Aldridge & The Proponents called: “Mind Over Manners”, in it’s entirety. Hear Valley Sounds Saturday nights at 9pm on WLRH 89.3 FM/HD, and Sunday nights at 9pm on 88.1 WUTC Chattanooga or download the podcast with the WLRH Mobile App!

Sundial contributor Sarah Belanger brings us her "Ode to a Junk Drawer."

New Sundial contributor Jason Cole imagines what happens as we pass from this life in his poem called "Hollow Chest".

The Huntsville Symphony Orchestra’s Classical series continues this Saturday (1/22).

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David Rush set out to break 52 Guinness World Records in 2021. So far, the organization has verified 43 of them.

Author and speaker David Rush so far earned 43 official Guinness World Records in 2021, including fastest time to arrange a chess set and most juggling catches while on a balance board, blindfolded.

Workers who suffer miscarriages may face repercussions if they try to take a lot of time off at work. There are no national laws that mandate sick leave for workers, let alone specific protections for people dealing with a miscarriage.

About a quarter of all pregnancies end in miscarriage. Despite the large number of workers affected, no national laws protect them when they need time off to deal with the loss.

A worker hands a nasal swab to a motorist at a drive-up COVID-19 testing site in Denver on Jan. 13.

The Children's Museum of Denver said that "regrettably, some guests who object to the Museum's mask policy have been inappropriately directing their anger toward our staff."

Public officials including Israeli Knesset President Mickey Levy, German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier and German Chancellor Olaf Scholz attend a wreath-laying ceremony on International Holocaust Remembrance Day at the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe on Thursday in Berlin.

The annual day of commemoration comes admist a rise in antisemitic incidents and Holocaust denialism in the U.S. and other parts of the world.

German Chancellor Olaf Scholz and French President Emmanuel Macron give a joint press conference ahead of talks at the Chancellery on Tuesday in Berlin.

European leaders are working their own diplomatic avenues to end the tensions and worry that talk of a Russian invasion of Ukraine could be deepening divisions among them.

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