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The American Train Collective is a group of friends and musicians who travel long-distance and write songs together on Amtrak trains.

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July starts the beginning of our new fiscal year and as is tradition we are welcoming new programs to the schedule.

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This week in Mal's World, Mal remembers the late Eddie Garcia, a Hampton Roads real estate giant who passed away at the end of May.

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Two long-time indie rock pioneers have joined forces for a second time on the album “Years to Burn” by Iron and Wine and Calexico. The experimental nature of the two bands makes this more than just a collaboration, it’s the furthering of each other’s sound

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This week on Educationally Speaking we discuss how early some schools begin their day and how a lack of sleep may be putting teens at risk. Join us on WHRV FM.

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Writer's Block returns with singer-songwriter Michael Glass and features Eastern Shore resident Ken Sutton. Join us on WHRV 89.5 FM on Sunday at 11 a.m.

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In the latest episode of Watching America, host Alan Campbell explored heroism -- what makes a hero a hero and who are the heroes around us in our everyday lives.

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Mal Vincent talks about the great romantic crooner Johnny Mathis who is paying tribute to the late Doris Day this Saturday.

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