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"All musicians need to or should take lessons, particularly in the beginning, but achieving greatness is a lifetime study." WHRV host and musician Jae Sinnett discusses why technical training is so important for performers.

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This week's featured artist has been a frequent guest on WHRV. You may remember her from Writer's Block, or perhaps you heard her interview this week on Open Channel. Join us for more with Thelma Jarvis Peterson on Sunday night at 9:00.

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Charlie Moore passed away in 1979 leaving behind a legacy as a second generation Bluegrass star who had one of the greatest voices in the genre. This week we remember him as well as other bluegrass legends.

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African American and Latinx students are more likely to receive lower grades and drop out of high school than whites. What has caused this educational divide and how can communities change it?

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In a new segment on the Time Machine Radio Network Paul Shugrue, brings you "Today in Rock History." Hear it four times each weekday on 88.7 WFOS starting Feb. 1.

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Aoife O'Donovan’s album “Age of Apathy,” like many that will be released this year was recorded in an unusual way. The pandemic caused the long-time folkie to create her songs alone and then virtually collaborate on the arrangements and instrumentation. Not surprisingly the result is a much more intimate set of songs.

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After fleeing Iraq, Faisal Al Mutar came to the United States as a refugee. In this episode of Watching America, we hear about his work to bring banned literature and educational opportunities to people in the Middle East through "Ideas Beyond Borders."

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The new authority will lay about 110 miles of high-speed internet cables across southside Hampton Roads. (Courtesy of the Southside Network Authority)

Norfolk, Chesapeake, Suffolk, Portsmouth and Virginia Beach are all signing onto a new regional authority that will lay down more than 100 miles of fiber-optic internet cable.

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