Some California faith groups are excited about reuniting to pray, others are nervous about packed pews and shared greetings.
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Some Oregon small farmers are taking a technology-based direct approach to connect with consumers since social restrictions began limiting more traditional methods.
Researchers offer a solution to a common problem that arises when using radiocarbon dating to determine the past activity of faults.
The Grammy-winning singer/songwriter siblings Sara and Sean Watkins joined us from their homes in southern California and shared songs from their new album Brother Sister.
The drummer was the last surviving musician to play on Miles Davis's iconic 1959 album.
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Studies show that social media polarizes its users. The pandemic means more Americans are on it than ever. What does that mean to a nation attempting to govern itself?
When FDR spent millions of dollars to fund artists, musicians, writers and actors, it wasn't just about job creation. It was to unite a nation in turmoil.
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