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Posted Friday, September 13, 2019 by WLRH News

On this week's show, Jeremy Michael Durm chats with singer/songwriter Chelsea, Who?. JQUE has local favorites from: Wade Brown, Lana White, Junior Da Great, Don Gray, and Ingrid Marie. We’ve also got music from groups performing around town including: Aaron Bradley, Big Gaping Holes, Inclination of Direction, and Pat Jamar.

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Dr Dave Ragsdale of the UAH Music Department talks about the opening of the UAH Constellation Concert Series 9/12/2109.

Two area poets, Trevor Daniels and Allen Berry share with us their powers of observation.

Last spring, the Aeolians of Oakwood University were involved in a tragic accident involving the group’s tour bus.

Trumpet player Chris Coletti of the famed Canadian Brass talks about their upcoming concert at Randolph School on 9/10/2019.

Huntsville’s first-ever Wish Night is set for Friday, September 20th to celebrate Make-A-Wish Alabama.

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ISIS attacks abroad and a series of deadly right-wing attacks in the U.S. have fueled a demand for more information on extremist networks. Understanding them is the first step in fighting them. But there has been little discussion about potential harm to the researchers tasked with looking deep inside the world's most dangerous movements.

Day after day, researchers are immersed in the propaganda of ISIS and neo-Nazi factions. But there's almost no discussion of the mental toll of examining the world's most dangerous extremists.

A new study found that investors were significantly more likely to bet a company's stock price was going to increase if the company had more women on staff compared with other companies.

A new study found investors were significantly more likely to bet a company's stock price was going to increase if the company had more women on staff compared with other companies.

Thousands of school students join protesters in a Climate Strike rally on Friday in Sydney, Australia. Rallies held across Australia are part of a global mass day of action demanding action on the climate crisis.

Rallies calling for net zero carbon emissions saw hundreds of thousands turn out in Australia, with similar demonstrations planned for the U.S., U.K., France, Germany and dozens of other countries.

The German icebreaker Polarstern sits in Breivika harbor in Tromso, Norway, on Tuesday. If all goes according to plan, it will spend the next year frozen into the Arctic sea ice.

A group of scientists is embarking on a bold plan to better understand an extremely understudied part of the rapidly warming Arctic — the central Arctic Ocean.

Tyler Flach, 18, is accused of fatally stabbing Khaseen Morris in a brawl stemming from a dispute over a girl. Dozens of students looked on as Morris bled out, even filming the violent scene and posting it to social media.

"Kids stood here and didn't help Khaseen. They'd rather video this event," Detective Lt. Stephen Fitzpatrick told reporters at a news conference. "They video'd his death instead of helping."

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