Good morning — An appellate panel has restored a ballot proposition to let New Yorkers decide this November whether to ...
Tennis great Roger Federer won 20 grand slam titles -- and at 41, he announced his retirement. NPR's A Martinez talks to the ...
We'll celebrate the first day of summer with music Vivaldi, Gershwin and many others. Tune in at 9 a.m. on 91.1 and 107.5 FM ...
The Folger Shakespeare Library in Washington, D.C. — home to the world’s largest Shakespeare collection — is emerging from a ...
Today's Beautiful Music is the luminous artistry of Leontyne Price with Rust College Choir singing I WISH I KNEW HOW IT WOULD ...
Andre Previn set poems by Toni Morrison as a song cycle for Kathleen Battle. We'll enjoy Honey and Rue during our music this ...
Quinnipiac! The name is well-known here in Connecticut: the river, the trail, the roads, the University, and of course the people. But how much is really known about the first people who settled along ...
Gov. Ned Lamont signed two laws that would help more low- and moderate-income Connecticut families pay for child care.
Justin Timberlake was arrested for driving while intoxicated in the Hamptons. Also, two Connecticut inmates are on a hunger ...
The Grammy-winning artist brings powerful cuts from her forthcoming album, No More Water: The Gospel of James Baldwin, as ...
In 1934, William Dawson's Negro Folk Symphony was the first major symphony by an African American to be performed in Carnegie ...
Gov. Kathy Hochul is warning New Yorkers to take precautions during this week’s extreme heat wave. Hochul said Tuesday that ...