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Posted Wednesday, October 21, 2020 by WLRH News

Jason Max Ferdinand and Steven Murphy of The Aeolians talk about the group and their Grammy nominated self titled CD.

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HSO Principal Trumpet Chris Coletti has produced "Quiet City--A Reverie for New York in the time of Covid 19".

In this episode, simplifying language for 6 new AL amendments, HPD Capt. DeWayne McCarver & the importance of communication in a new installment of 'The Hard Part,' look toward the future & the Singing River Trail, and geek out with the Huntsville Science Festival.

Rhonda Broyles introduces us to her FAB FOUR, otherwise known as the UNIT.

We spotlight music from Madison AL metal band Katabasis and their 2019 E.P: Bright Lights and Violence. We’ll also hear from Chabaz, Pat Jamar & Chelsea, Who?, Remy Neal, B.Alexandria, Way No Bueno, Obed Edom, Ugly Houses, and Tony Perdue.

We’ve just started Fiscal Year 2021,after a super successful 2020 fundraising period! But now we are looking towards our $422,000 fundraising goal for 2021. With your help we can do it!

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Watch the final presidential debate between President Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden.

President Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden are in Nashville Thursday night. The debate starts at 9 p.m. ET and is moderated by NBC's Kristen Welker.

People near Rocky Mountain National Park have evacuated and the park was closed after one of several fires burning in northern Colorado exploded late Wednesday. A resident took this photo from her home north of Granby, Colo., on Wednesday.

The fire forces the park to close and a nearby town to evacuate.

A health worker injects a woman during clinical trials for a COVID-19 vaccine last month in Hollywood, Fla.

At a series of listening sessions, participants voiced worries that the development of a COVID-19 vaccine is being politicized and rushed. Public health experts are taking vaccine hesitancy seriously.

Magician James Randi used his skill as an illusionist to debunk quacks and fakers.

The MacArthur grant-winning magician performed amazing escape acts and magic tricks to disprove the paranormal and, along the way, inspired numerous younger performers including Penn & Teller.

Penn State University head basketball coach Pat Chambers has resigned from his post.

Pat Chambers resigned after the university said it investigated new allegations of inappropriate conduct. In July, a Black former player said Chambers referenced "noose" around the player's neck.

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