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Mumford and Sons have changed quite a bit since their humble debut album from almost ten years ago.

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Courtesy of Frank Kelly Freas

For this week's Mal's World, Mal Vincent recalls the time Queen came for a visit from across the pond.

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Photo by Teresa Wood, courtesy of Washington National Opera

The Great War catapulted the City of Norfolk through a tremendous population boom and led to the Navy's acquisition of the site that would eventually become Naval Station Norfolk, the largest naval base in the world. 

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Tune in to WHRV Sunday morning to hear performers from our October Writer’s Block event featuring musical guest Logan Vath.

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Rhett Miller, front man for the alt country band Old 97’s is nothing if not consistent

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The Splendid Table continues its annual Thanksgiving tradition with “Turkey Confidential” – two hours of live call-in support, turkey triage and culinary inspiration.

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Photo by Baher Khairy on Unsplash.com

This Sunday, November 11, join WHRO-FM for special programming in honor of both Veterans Day and the centenary of Armistice Day, which marked the end of World War I in 1918.

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Singer Songwriter Grant Maloy Smith visits Barry Graham’s Acoustic Highway Sunday evening. Tune in at 9 p.m. to hear him perform and discuss his music.

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