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The Vietnam War Continues Tonight!

Ken Burns and Lynn Novick's stunning documentary on the Vietnam war continues tonight on WGBH 2 at 8pm - and if you missed any episodes of the mini-series, you can watch them right here on wgbh.org. 

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Aaron Hernandez Lawyer: Brain Showed 'Severe' Case Of CTE

Aaron Hernandez's lawyer says that the brain of the former New England Patriot showed severe signs of the degenerative brain disease chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE).

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CD OF THE WEEK

Tanya Gabrielian: Remix

The American pianist rebuilds suites by J.S. Bach using transcriptions by a colorful assortment of composers.

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CRAVING BOSTON

5 Unexpected Cider Pairings That Are Outrageously Delicious

We'd like to encourage you to think outside the cheese and pie box for your next cider, and try one of these pairings instead.

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Join Carlos Watson for a new seven-part cross-platform series. Each week, expert and celebrity guests debate a provocative topic, incorporating audience input and exclusive national polls.

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Why The Science Behind Artificial Sweeteners Ain’t So Sweet

Before you reach for the Sweet’N Low, listen to the complex history, and possible negative health effects, of sugar substitutes.

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Opening Night at the BSO: Celebrating the Bernstein Centennial

Today at 5:30pm, join us for a live broadcast of the BSO Opening Gala: an all-Bernstein program hosted by Frederica von Stade!

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How Would A $15 Minimum Wage Affect Massachusetts?

In 2014, Massachusetts lawmakers approved a measure to gradually raise the minimum wage. But they did it under pressure. If the lawmakers didn’t act, there was a ballot question ready to go, which would have let the people decide.

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Former Boston Grand Prix CEO Sues City

The former CEO of the Boston Grand Prix IndyCar race that was originally slated for Labor Day Weekend, 2016 — but never actually took place — has filed a new lawsuit against the city of Boston.

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