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Posted Friday, February 15, 2019 by WLRH News

This Saturday, the Huntsville Symphony Orchestra and Huntsville Community Chorus team up to share their love for one of the world’s greatest composers. We Heart Mozart features two monumental works – the symphony number 41 and the Mass in C minor.

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On this episode of The Public Radio Hour, we're celebrating three holidays ... all in one swoop!

Pianist Margery McDuffie Whatley and UAH Music Faculty member Ron Guthrie stopped by Morning Blend today!

Sundial writer Beth Thames has a recipe for marital success.

This episode celebrates Black History Month with a spotlight on Fantasy Playhouse's 'Freedom Riders' program and a documentary series titled 'The Gospel Roots of Rock and Soul'. We'll also get the low-down on February Bicentennial events and sample a new storytelling podcast.

Morning Blend host Dorrie Nutt visited the Valley Conservatory to talk to students about their music lessons.

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Firefighters work at Ground Zero, the site of the World Trade Center attacks, on Sept. 11, 2001.

The fund is reducing awards as it faces a surge in claims before the fund's 2020 expiration date.

Bruno Ganz said of his signature role as an angel in <em>Wings of Desire</em>, "In some way I <em>became</em> an angel, and who except me has experienced that in his lifetime?"

Ganz portrayed more than 100 film roles starting when he was 19. His most notable were as an angel in Wings of Desire and Adolf Hitler in Downfall.

Police officers respond to a shooting in Aurora, Ill., Friday afternoon. A gunman killed five people, then wounded five police officers in a firefight.

Shooter Gary Montez Martin, 45, wasn't legally allowed to own a gun, police say. But he never complied with a demand to relinquish his firearms.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel and U.S. Vice President Pence talk at the Munich Security Conference on Saturday.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel received a standing ovation for a speech that critiqued U.S. foreign policy. Meanwhile, U.S. Vice President Pence defended U.S. global leadership.

Theodore McCarrick, shown in 2011, has been accused of abusing minors and adults over a nearly 50-year clerical career.

Theodore McCarrick rose to power as a cardinal and archbishop of Washington, D.C. He became the most senior Catholic Church official in modern times to lose clerical status.



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