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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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Keep these tips in mind as you head into the salon for your next hair appointment.

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Last weekend the Virginia Symphony Orchestra performed Songs of Freedom under conductor Benjamin Rous at the TCC Roper Performing Arts Center. Arts reporter Rebecca Evans offers her review.

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Mal Vincent reflects on the times he met film star Natalie Wood who drowned in 1981. Interest in the circumstances surrounding her death has been renewed after the case was was reopened.

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Tune in this Saturday evening on WHRO-FM to hear the world premiere recording of a rediscovered violin concerto by African American composer Florence Beatrice Price.

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The Wood Brothers’ new album “One Drop of Truth” has an irresistible friendliness to it, not only in Oliver Wood’s quirky southern twang but the way the songs are unique to themselves, like enthralling stories told by a gifted raconteur.

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Through the month of February, Another View will share stories of local African Americans who grew up in the Jim Crow era. In this first of four stories, hear from a Norfolk native as she recalls integration in local schools.

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Join Wayla Chambo, host of WHRO-FM's Afternoon Delights, at Zeiders American Dream Theater in Virginia Beach Town Center, February 9, at 7 p.m.

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Mary Gauthier’s new album "Rifles and Rosary Beads" is a powerful change in direction for her. After eleven albums of mostly autobiographical songs, she has turned her sympathetic ear to the plight of the military and has co-written all the songs with men and women who are veterans of combat in the Army, Marines and Navy

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