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"When you’re reading a recipe for a cake, you will more than likely see baking powder and/or baking soda listed as ingredients. Do you know why? What’s the science behind the usage of these two profoundly important elements in your desserts?" Chef and WHRV Host Jae Sinnett offers home cooks some tips for the holidays.

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Jill Duggar grew up as star on the hit TLC reality TV show 19 Kids and Counting. She was the first Duggar daughter to marry, and over 4.4 million people tuned in to watch the two-hour televised wedding. In this interview, we hear from the couple about life after reality TV and what they’re doing now.

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Hear from artists who founded and powered bluegrass music through the years—Lester Flatt, Earl Scruggs, Bill Monroe and others. Sunday at 7 p.m.

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On this week’s Acoustic Highway, Luca Burgalassi returns to the WHRV studio. Join us Sunday at 9 p.m.

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John Darneille, a novelist and leader of the Mountain Goats is a story teller. The new album “Jenny From Thebes” is a full blown rock opera about a character first introduced on a 2002 album

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Join WHRO FM and host Raymond Jones Wednesday evening at 9:00 for A Local Touch – Music With a Virginia Connection, featuring the Virginia Opera production of Verdi’s La Traviata, recorded last spring at the Harrison Opera House.

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Get ready for a spine-tingling journey through the realm of the departed. Join us on Friday at noon on WHRV FM.

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Counting The Rolling Stones out is never a good bet. Even though it’s been eighteen years since their last album of new material and even longer since they’ve put out something compelling, “Hackney Diamonds” is the return to form that no one ever expected

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