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Guest: Buffy Sainte-Marie
North American-Indian singer-songwriter and political activist BUFFY SAINTE-MARIE joins Marty in the studio this hour to discuss her life, her career, and her new album, Power in the Blood.
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Hard-hat harmonies: Music returns to (and above) the Avenue of the Arts
With its theaters closed for six months and counting, the avenue will ring out with music again as performers perch high up in a half-finished building.
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Del. rodeo and concert organizers fined $21,000 for ‘severe non-compliance’
The rodeo and concert drew more than 1,500 people to a Sussex County farm. Organizers didn’t get permission to exceed a 250-person limit on outdoor gatherings.
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Young authors pen biography of hip-hop pioneer Lady B
The National Youth Foundation’s Writer’s Workshop's latest biography is on the Godmother of hip-hop, Philadelphia’s own, Lady B.
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