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Behind The Scenes With The Beethoven Project
Thursday, 01/10/13
By Neal Charnoff
VPR's Joe Goetz recently launched a project to record the complete cycle of Beethoven's Sonatas for Cello and Piano. 
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Gilbert: Blizzard
Thursday, 01/10/13
By Peter Gilbert
With the return of wintry weather, parents once again have to plan ahead for days when their children may be released from school early due to impending weather, out of concern for their safety.  It's a necessity that's reminded Peter Gilbert of how a tremendously powerful winter storm once swept across the northern plains - with the most dire of consequences.
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Art Hounds
Art Hounds: Poetry of Color
Thursday, 01/10/13
Photography, paintings and a play.
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Martin: Epiphany
Friday, 01/04/13
By Mike Martin
In France, the Feast of the Epiphany celebrates the arrival of the magi and the discovery of Jesus.  Mike Martin has been reflecting on this quieter holiday - and also wondering what Jesus might think if he were around today.
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Greene: Dressing Up
Thursday, 01/03/13
By Stephanie Greene
People looking for an excuse to dress up have found one in the new season of Downton Abbey on PBS. Stephanie Greene takes a look at a growing trend in fine fabric and period costume.
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VPR News
Vt. Students Learn Music Composition Through Mentoring Program
Thursday, 01/03/13
By Neal Charnoff
Music-COMP brings together music teachers and professional musicians to insure that composition is a part of music class curricula. 
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Brunch Sampler: Barrie Dunsmore
Wednesday, 01/02/13
By Barrie Dunsmore
At the Commentator Brunch earlier this year, on the theme, "When Worlds Collide" - Barrie Dunsmore took the opportunity to reflect on a recent literary and cinematic phenomenon.
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Brunch Sampler: Marybeth Redmond
Tuesday, 01/01/13
By Marybeth Redmond
The Commentator Brunch theme, "When Worlds Collide" - reminded Marybeth Redmond of the friction that is sometimes generated when worlds exist within other worlds.
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Brunch Sampler: Sarwar Kashmeri
Monday, 12/31/12
By Sarwar Kashmeri
"When Worlds Collide" was the theme of this year's Commentator Brunch, and it reminded Sarwar Kashmeri that words themselves sometimes collide - with interesting results.
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Brunch Sampler: Vic Henningson
Monday, 12/31/12
By Vic Henningsen
Earlier this year at the VPR Commentator Brunch, the theme was "When Worlds Collide..." and that reminded Vic Henningsen that some encounters have consequences that reach far into the future.
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Brunch Sampler: Annie Guyon
Friday, 12/28/12
By Annie Guyon
At this year's Commentator Brunch, the theme was "When World's Collide..." which reminded Annie Guyon of the time her father met some of her more colorful friends - at a party.
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VPR News
Preview: Ann Maurer And Pianist Claire Black In The Studio
Monday, 12/31/12
By Jane Lindholm
Flutist Laurel Ann Maurer and pianist Claire Black recently performed in the VPR Performance Studio with VPR Classical host, Walter Parker.
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VPR News
Book Details Experience Of Moving to Vermont
Monday, 12/31/12
By Jane Lindholm
Former New York Times reporter and VPR commentator Martha Molnar talks about her new book, TAPROOT: Making A Life On Prairie Hill. The book details her experience of moving to Vermont.
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Vermont Edition
Murder Mystery Writer Louise Penny
Wednesday, 01/02/13
By Jane Lindholm
Quebec murder mystery author Louise Penny discusses her Chief Inspector Armand Gamache series, we hear about a group in New Hampshire trying to block the Northern Pass powerline project and we go sledding.
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Series and Specials
Song Travels With Michael Feinstein: Wayne Brady
Tuesday, 01/01/13
Michael Feinstein visits with Wayne Brady.
Art Hounds
Art Hounds: Masquerade
Thursday, 12/27/12
A daily creative practice and a masquerade ball.
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Series and Specials
Song Travels With Michael Feinstein: Cheyenne Jackson
Thursday, 12/27/12
Feinstein talks with actor and performer, Cheyenne Jackson.
Series and Specials
Song Travels With Michael Feinstein: Rickie Lee Jones
Wednesday, 12/26/12
Rickie Lee Jones is Michael Feinstein's guest.
Series and Specials
Song Travels With Michael Feinstein: David Hyde Pierce
Monday, 12/24/12
Feinstein talks with actor and musician, David Hyde Pierce.
Series and Specials
Song Travels With Michael Feinstein: Neal Sedaka
Monday, 12/24/12
Feinstein sits down with great musicians to talk about their own musical influences.
VPR News
Gallery Looks At "The Way We Worked"
Tuesday, 12/25/12
By Steve Zind
A century ago mills were a central feature of working life in the Upper Valley. Generations of families depended on them for their livelihood. Now one example of the area's industrial history is being highlighted in a traveling Smithsonian Museum exhibit.
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Recording Rekindles Memories Of Newfane Square Dance
Saturday, 12/22/12
By Steve Zind
Sometimes a certain photograph or a familiar smell can trigger a rush of memories. Other times it can be a long forgotten song. In the case of John Stone, a recording he made years ago brought back vivid memories that illuminate a part of Vermont's cultural past.
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Brunch Sampler: Peter Gilbert
Wednesday, 12/26/12
By Peter Gilbert
At the Commentator Brunch earlier this year, for Peter Gilbert, the theme - "When Worlds Collide" - was all about the Civil War.
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Brunch Sampler: Kathryn Blume
Wednesday, 12/26/12
By Kathryn Blume
For the annual Commentator Brunch earlier this year, the theme was "When Worlds Collide..." Kathryn Blume's take on the theme was decidedly domestic.
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Brunch Sampler: Bill Schubart
Tuesday, 12/25/12
By Bill Schubart
At the VPR Commentator Brunch earlier this year, the theme "When Worlds Collide..." inspired Bill Schubart to venture into the exciting world of semantics.
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