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Midnight Michael chats with Gus Hergert this week and samples some of his songs along with an in studio performance. JQue brings us some local favs from London Elixir, Zami Rene, Aaron Freeman, Brutha War, Rikk Webb and JR DaGreat. Nate brings us groups with upcoming shows including Darien Omar, Tim Cannon, Wanda Wesolowski, and Them Damn Dogs.

Monday evening (12/16) Decatur’s Orchestra sul Ponticello will join the Huntsville Master Chorale for a holiday concert which features Vivaldi’s Gl

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Midnight Michael brings us local favs this week from Wade Brown, Kelvin Wooten, Gus Hergert, and Chelsea, Who? JQue chats with CHABAZ, and Spiceradio Huntsville has music from groups with upcoming shows including Josh Couts Quartet, BoyVRobot, Dawghaus, and Big Gaping Holes.

New Sundial contributor Ben Hoksbergen passes along a nature lesson taught to him by his father back on their Iowa farm.

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The Hallmark Channel is embroiled in controversy after it pulled an ad by wedding site Zola, which shows a lesbian couple getting married and sharing a kiss.

The ad for the wedding planning site Zola shows two women kissing after saying "I do." Hallmark had been pressured to drop the spot by a group that said the ad promoted homosexuality.

Demonstrators take part in a protest on climate emergency outside the U.N. Climate Change Conference COP25 in Madrid on Friday.

The talks showed deep divisions, as small countries highly vulnerable to rising seas and powerful storms were at odds with wealthy, high-emitting countries like the United States.

Rep. Jeff Van Drew, D-N.J., who has opposed the impeachment of President Trump for months, is planning to jump to the Republican Party.

Rep. Jeff Van Drew's decision to join the Republican ranks illustrates the challenging political calculus facing moderate Democrats who represent swing districts ahead of the impeachment vote.

Democratic presidential candidate and former U.S. Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Julián Castro marches with supporters during the Polk County Democrats Steak Fry, on Sept. 21, 2019, in Des Moines, Iowa.

Iowa is more than 90% white. But the state's demographics are slowly changing, and the 2020 campaigns have expanded their efforts to court Latino, Asian and black voters there.

Ann Jones has been spending two hours each day in front of a green LED light — an experimental treatment aimed at alleviating migraines and other forms of chronic pain.

Researchers are looking into a surprisingly simple technique that shows promise in easing certain kinds of chronic pain, including migraine headaches.

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