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Officials in Stratford, Connecticut, say it could take weeks to find the cause of the fire that destroyed the iconic American Shakespeare Theatre over the weekend.

Pop-Up Food Pantry Aids Coast Guard Families

Jan 15, 2019
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A pop-up food pantry has opened at the Coast Guard Academy in New London to help members of the Coast Guard and their families during the partial government shutdown.

Tonight we'll enjoy Samuel Barber's Violin Concerto, written for a young fellow graduate from the Curtis Institute of Philadelphia.

The Age Of Anxiety

Jan 14, 2019
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Teens are dealing with a lot of anxiety these days. They’re under pressure to excel in school, get into a good college, navigate social media and cope with very serious issues like mass gun violence. Ron talks with two therapists who specialize in treating teen anxiety. And we’ll also hear from one young woman who has learned how to deal with her worries. Today’s guests:

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The Senate and Assembly are approving measures to expand the window in which New Yorkers can vote in elections, from one day to 11 days. The action comes at the start at what is anticipated to be a busy week at the State Capitol, that includes the release of Governor Andrew Cuomo’s budget plan.