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Posted Friday, May 14, 2021 by WLRH News

We spotlight Huntsville Deathcore band, Widowmaker and hear their latest single Agony along with tunes from their 2019 EP: Quarantined. We’ll also have music from Lily Flag, Careful Handling, Landing Feet First, Daniel Fox, Josh Couts Quartet, new music from Evelyna, and a newly re-mastered track from Temple of Blood.

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This week we bring you another installment of 'Funny You Should Ask' featuring local comedian and improv actor, Ty Funny!⁠ In this series, Katy talks with comedians in the Tennessee Valley to get to know their style, hear first gig stories, and plenty more.

Huntsville native Javi Vasquez talks about his life at the Berklee College of Music in Boston, the world's most prestigious jazz school.

On this Monday following Mother's Day, Michael Guillebeau wants to talk to you about mothers and sons.

We spotlight Gadsden garage rock band: the Divine Shakes along with new music from Valissa Calhoun, Spinships, James Irvin, and Snacks plus music from Chris Garrison & the Blackbirds, Way No Bueno, Jonny & The Black Frames, The Snake The Cross The Crown, and Amit Chadha.

Sundial contributor Cindy Small takes us to an over-the -top funeral in New Orleans.

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Anchorage, Alaska resident Hans Dow built his own sawmill and began milling his own boards after lumber prices skyrocketed over the last year.

The price of lumber has more than doubled during the pandemic. Now, people are turning to extreme DIY for building projects. Instead of buying boards, they're buying their own sawmills.

Three-quarters of American adults agree with the guilty verdict of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin for the murder of George Floyd, according to a new NPR/<em>PBS NewsHour</em>/Marist poll released nearly a year after Floyd's killing.

The findings underscore the often-sharp differences Americans have when it comes to race, discrimination and policing ahead of the one-year anniversary of George Floyd's killing.

Ahlstrom's 90 minute weekly workouts ultimately helped Robinson drop 65 pounds by March. He's now enlisted and starts basic training this month.

A decade ago, Army recruiters started coaching individuals to help them lose weight so they could enlist. It's not an official Army program, but has become necessary to recruitment, many say.

Miami Beach had a vaccination event on the sand for people to walk up and get a Johnson and Johnson shot on May 2.

In Miami, as vaccinations slow, officials are coming up with new ways to make them easier to get, particularly for immigrants and busy working people.

Sen. Raphael Warnock and his fellow Georgia Democrat, Jon Ossoff, are taking more progressive positions and sticking close to President Biden, while Arizona Democrats Mark Kelly and Kyrsten Sinema are opting for a more centrist approach.

They represent two closely contested Sun Belt states. But Georgia's Democratic senators are taking more progressive positions, while Arizona's are opting for a more centrist approach.

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