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Get a head start and celebrate Tet with a trip to Dorchester. We guarantee you'll leave with a full belly—and a new tradition.

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The Old and the New

Creative babies, handwriting, and the future of crime. Here are some of Innovation Hub's best stories of the past year.

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Voters of Color Weigh in on the 2016 Presidential Campaign

Things are kicking into high gear with the New Hampshire primary just days away. On the show this week, a look at how voters of color are weighing their options.

Friday at 7:30pm on WGBH 2

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Love Letters & the BSO

Jared sits down with Love Story stars Ali McGraw and Ryan O’Neal, who’ve reunited for Love Letters, a play about first loves and second chances. Then a discussion with the Boston Symphony Orchestra’s Andris Nelsons.

Friday at 8:30pm on WGBH 2

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Harry Christophers leads the Handel and Haydn Society in luminous performances of Haydn’s “Noon” and “Hen” Symphonies, as well as a Violin Concerto with soloist Aislinn Nosky.

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