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In these uncertain times, Sundial Writer Paul Harrison wonders what is subjective, and what is objective.

In this weeks episode, Tim Miller chats with singer/songwriter Shrimpa. We’ll also have music from Translee, 53 Judges, The Moose, Roboctopus, Aunt Sofonda, House of Curses, Brighter Things, and Rolling Jazz Revue.

In this episode, host and producer Dorrie Nutt stops outside her church, which has been closed to its congregation for three weeks, to listen to th

In this weeks episode, Brett Tannehill chats with Tangled Strings Owner Danny Davis. We'll also feature music from: Whiskey River Kings, DEQN Sue, Blueshift, Them Damn Dogs, Redmouth, Ugly Houses, Snacks, Tres Locos, The Pine Hill Haints, LaFrancis Vibes, and Alex D Banks II.

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John Prine, performing during Coachella on April 27, 2014.

The beloved singer-songwriter who influenced generations of folk, country and Americana artists died Tuesday at the age of 73.

With baseball season on hold, Fenway Park organist Josh Kantor streams a show from his home each afternoon. He uses his encyclopedic knowledge of music to play requests, and he urges donations to local food banks.

Josh Kantor streams the music show on Facebook Live each day from his house in Cambridge, Mass. He says he'll keep going "until people get sick of it or until baseball starts up."

"The chaos and the attempt to suppress the vote in Wisconsin, should be a wake up call for the United States Congress," Sen. Warren told NPR. "We need to act immediately."

The massive set of proposals includes $4 billion in new elections funding, 30 days of required early voting, and a mail-in-ballot to be sent to every registered voter in the country.

A mail-in ballot is displayed in Laguna Niguel, Calif.

Pressure is increasing to make mail voting more available nationwide in response to the coronavirus pandemic, but President Trump on Tuesday called it "very dangerous."

In a White House press briefing on Tuesday, President Trump criticized the World Health Organization's coronavirus response and threatened to cut its funding.

Trump said that the United States funds the majority of the organization's budget. The U.S. provided 14.67% of the WHO's funding in 2018-2019.

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