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Posted Wednesday, December 1, 2021 by WLRH News

Ebenezer Scrooge, AKA Phil Parker of Decatur's Bank Street Players talks about the original musical opening this weekend.

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After missing last year due to COVID 19 concerns, the Huntsville Ballet is bringing the Nutcracker back to the stage at the VBC!

Sri Bhooshanan brings a slice of jungle life from his backyard..

Opera Huntsville presents "Opera and Beer" as its next Opera Bytes program, just in time for Giving Tuesday.

New Sundial contributor Sam Mitchell tells a story about friendship called Misconceptions and the High Waisted Mermaid.

This week on Arts Underground, a jewel in the crown of the treasured folks at the Lowe Mill, Vertical House Records is the latest local indie record store featured in our series, "Independent Grooves."

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Activists and demonstrators gather in front of the U.S. Supreme Court as the justices hear arguments in Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health.

So-called "trigger laws" in 12 states would automatically enact an abortion ban if Roe is overturned. In nine others, bans that were blocked by courts or have long been unenforced could take effect.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., arrives at the Capitol Thursday to update reporters on the must-pass priority of funding the government.

A day before the Friday deadline, lawmakers approved a spending bill that will keep federal agencies running through Feb. 18, 2022.

In this file photo, Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang delivers a speech about AI and gaming.

The regulator says the deal would give the combined company too much power, hurt competition and raise prices for consumers. It comes as a global shortage of chips wreaks havoc on the economy.

A registered nurse administers the COVID-19 vaccine at a high school gym in Corona, California. Scientists are trying to determine if vaccines (and boosters) will offer protection against the newly identified omicron variant.

There's serious concern about the effectiveness of vaccines against the omicron strain. But there's also reason to be hopeful — especially for those who've had a booster.

Retired Special Forces Maj. Ian Fishback, seen in December 2019, deployed four times to Afghanistan and Iraq. In 2005, he blew the whistle on U.S. troops who were torturing people in Iraq.

Ian Fishback was a Green Beret who exposed torture by U.S. troops in Iraq. After serving four combat tours and earning a Ph.D. in philosophy, Fishback died last month in a nursing home. He was 42.

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