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The selective buying campaign of 1962 was a little known event that helped shape the Civil Rights Movement in Birmingham.
Along with Huntsville Youth Orchestra conductor Joseph Lee, Grammy-nominated composer Joseph Hallman recently spoke with WLRH host Ginny Kennedy.
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The US Space and Rocket Center is hosting a unique event on February 8th, 2014.
The Huntsville Symphony Orchestra presents two concerts this weekend.
Ars Nova presents Georges Bizet's "Carmen" Thursday, January 30th through
Young Writers Contest
Breaking through Barriers Luncheon
An Irish Evening
UCP's 16th Annual "An Irish Evening"
Shrek the Musical
Pedals, Pipes, and Pizza
Huntsville Bead Society
From War In The Desert To 'Murder Ball On Ice'
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