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The Vermont Center for Ecostudies and VPR unite the sounds and science of nature in this monthly feature. The program is hosted by biologists Kent McFarland and Sara Zahendra, who share their knowledge, expertise and enthusiasm for wildlife education and conservation.
 
In the Fall of 2016, Natalie Kuypers, Sarah Melville, and Kyle Kuypers were introduced to the staff at SUR restaurant in WeHo, and their lives have never been the same. Join them and new host Anthony White weekly as they unpack the character development (or lack thereof), plot twists, Jax's latest screw ups, and straight up screaming matches in each episode of "Vanderpump Rules".
 
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Vermont Public Radio and Vermont PBS on Wednesday announced plans to merge , in a deal expected to be finalized next summer. VPR president and CEO Scott Finn will lead the unified organization, which will have combined assets of roughly $91 million. We talk with Finn about the merger and what it means for VPR and Vermont's media landscape.…
 
Jess has an epic kiki with Mr. Everything Iconic himself, Danny Pellegrino!! Together, Danny & Jess hunker down and go deep about the formative gay culture that shaped our youth. We go deep on The View, The Rosie O’Donnell Show, Kathy Griffin, Survivor, The Real World, Showgirls, Queer as Folk, Will & Grace, The Ashlee Simpson Show & more! Follow @…
 
Vermont's new vote-by-mail system for the Nov. 3 election means every active registered voter will be sent a ballot in the mail by Oct. 1. Voters can mail back their completed ballot, drop it off at the clerk's office or bring it with them to the polls on Election Day. This hour, we talk through how the mail-in voting system will work and the vario…
 
This hour: it's Brave Little State 's third annual brief history of Vermont road names. We listen as host Angela Evancie and a team of VPR reporters drive around Green Mountain creation in an effort to uncover the roots of some of the state's most unusual road names. Plus: a visit to the archive. We hear highlights from Brave Little State 's 2018 a…
 
It's been one week since K-12 schools reopened in Vermont and already some are reporting positive cases of COVID-19. This hour on our weekly health update, we talk with a pediatric infectious disease specialist at the University of Vermont, as well as the deputy health commissioner of the Vermont Department of Health.…
 
Spencer Kitley and Will Semons are back from their one-week break and they discuss Big Brother All Stars, diving into the drama from Christmas’ HoH reign, Dani’s big decision and they give their player power rankings. Then they shift gears to talk about the recently leaked cast of The Challenge 36 (39:50) before delving into new favorite, Love Afte…
 
The Vermont Legislature has passed H.688 , or the Global Warming Solutions Act, which would legally require the state to meet carbon emission reductions targets in the coming years, and allow people to sue the government if it does not meet those targets. It’s now awaiting Gov. Phil Scott’s signature, though he is expected to veto the act. This hou…
 
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