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    The “father of our country,” George Washington, had a resume beyond impressive: commander of the Continental Army (1775-83,) president of the Constitutional Convention (1787) and first president of the United States (1789–97.) By every historical account he was one of the most influential le…

      If the House January 6 committee proceeds to its seemingly predetermined conclusion that Donald Trump incited the Capitol riot and tried to reverse the results of the 2020 election and if they recommend to the Department of Justice that Trump committed criminal acts and should be prosecuted,…

      In this episode, Kelli Lemon and Michael Paul Williams talk with The New York Times Magazine and 1619 Project contributor Linda Villarosa about her new book "Under the Skin: Racism, Inequality, and the Health of a Nation." In the conversation and book, Villarosa shares troubling statistics that college-educated Black mothers are more likely to die, almost die, or lose their babies than white mothers who haven’t finished high school.

      I think curiosity is a necessary human trait. My belief and logic tell me that more progress has been discovered by someone asking the question “why” than those who simply state, “Well, that is the way it is.”

      If things aren’t going your way on issues such as high gas and food prices, inflation and the hordes flowing across the southern border (Fox News, The Guardian, and other news outlets report between 10,000 and 15,000 migrants are on the way and neither Congress nor the Biden administration a…

      We are in the middle of our run of “The Fantasticks” at the Oster-Regent Theatre, and the meaning behind this musical, which first debuted in 1960, strikes me as particularly relevant today.

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      On the two year anniversary of George Floyd's murder, Kelli and Michael Paul catch up to talk about the civil unrest that took place in Richmond and across the country but also how so much of the world changed from that point. Since 2020, Confederate monuments have come down, conservatives h…

      The super attendance numbers for “Top Gun: Maverick” has theater owners flying at Mach 10. Sequel to the 1986 “Top Gun,” the action picture scored the biggest opening ever for the Memorial Day weekend. A now-59-year-old Tom Cruise is back as the ace pilot, which may help account for another …

      On the very week the United States marked its one millionth COVID death and anxious American parents awaited a military airlift for baby formula, Davos Man, he of the pinstriped master-of-the-universe class, emerged from his bulletproof, bombproof office to report all was well in the world o…

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