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Get to know another side of WXXI-FM 91.5s afternoon host, Chris Van Hof. Chris will be making several appearances wearing another of his many hats - that of composer. On Wednesday, March 23rd on WXXI's Live from Hochstein, Gibbs & Main will present the world premiere of Caravan Tone Poem by Chris Van Hof, along with other new works.
Garrison Keillor, host of public radio's "A Prairie Home Companion" announced that he plans to retire from the show in spring of 2012. However, he has lots in store to keep him busy. Check out this interview with AARP.
The Witches of Lublin is based on true and little known history of klezmer musicians in Eastern Europe.
A new 13-segment radio series, produced by Chicago's WFMT Network, hosted by Frederica von Stade.
Garrison Keillor shares his 2-year plan for retirement , his latest book, and his love of poetry in an online article on AARP's web site. To read the full interview, please click here.
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British historian Michael Wood searches for the historical truth behind Shangri-La.
Before the musicians strike began in late 2010, the Detroit Symphony Orchestra Facebook fan page used to look like a typical fan page, but not anymore.
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