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Important Message to our TV Viewers about New Broadcast Frequency: On July 3, 2020, WHRO will transition to a new broadcast frequency as part of an FCC-mandated change. Learn more

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As you head out to hit the links, keep these rules in mind. Austin Green from Honeybee Golf Course has advice to help.

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This week on Mal's World, Mal talks about interviewing the cast of the film series, Harry Potter. The Virginia Symphony Orchestra will be performing the score to a Harry Potter film at The Virginia Arts Festival, May 4-5 at Chrysler Hall.

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Listen to the lastest edition of The Writer's Block to hear some of the best poets, authors and storytellers in our region.

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On Monday night, the Norfolk Chamber Consort presented the last concert of their 49th season, titled “Teacher and His Two Students,” at the Chandler Recital Hall. The evening focused on the works of Anton Arensky, and his two most successful students, Alexander Scriabin and Sergei Rachmaninoff.

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Now you can stream WHRV radio right from Amazon Echo's virtual assistant, Alexa. 

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Dr. Dog has been around for over 15 years but they recently re-evaluated their process. “We were stuck” says lead singer Scott McMicken “we needed to blow it up.” Thankfully, tinkering is all that was needed and “Critical Equation” sounds as fresh as anything they’ve done

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Recently, WHRO's Hearsay with Cathy Lewis explored the high rental eviction rates in Hampton Roads. Learn why the rates are so high and what can be done about it.  

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Virginia Arts Festival brought magic to the Chrysler Hall stage last weekend with Birmingham Royal Ballet’s production of Romeo and Juliet. Arts reporter Rebecca Evans shares her thoughts on the peformance.

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