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She has been a beloved voice for years at WHRV FM, but our own Sondra Woodward is saying goodbye to pursue new opportunities. 

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Our new music program starts Nov. 2. Tune in to hear songwriters explain their lyrics, discuss their influences and perform some of their songs.

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On Saturday night, the Push Comedy Theater unmasked their newest rendition of The 666 Project, one of our region’s best-kept Halloween secrets.

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Hear the duo of Chandra and Leigh Watson with Paul Shugrue in an exclusive interview and acoustic performance of songs from their new album "Duo."

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Mal recalls the first time he met Lynda Carter, the original "Wonder Woman" from the hit 1970s TV series.

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Listen to performances from The Writer's Block this Sunday at 11 a.m. on WHRV FM. You will hear poets and storytellers from a past event along with the musical talent of local artist Narissa Bond.

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Looking to clean out your closets or your garage? We have tips to help you decide what you should donate and what you should not.

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John Hiatt’s “The Eclipse Sessions” was recorded over four days surrounding the solar eclipse of 2017 inspiring him to record one of his best albums in years.

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