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The discovery of a rare Native American artifact in Newtown is exciting for archeologists, but it's also raising more questions. WVXU reporter Bill Rinehart joins us to provide details of the find.

  

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Thursday, April 9 at 7:00 pm

From America Abroad: Child marriage is a practice that’s still common in many parts of the world, where girls are married off at puberty or sometimes even younger. In this edition of America Abroad we’ll hear from girls who’ve escaped child marriage, and we’ll learn what is being done by governments, religious leaders, and NGOs to end this abusive practice.

'She fought the best way she knew how'

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(EDITOR'S NOTE: Legendary Associated Press photographer Anja Niedringhaus was slain in April 2014 while reporting in Afghanistan.)

Forty-one communities in Kentucky, including Lexington, Louisville, and Kenton County, have smoke-free policies covering workplaces and enclosed public places, but efforts to establish a statewide smoking ban have failed for years. Here to discuss smoking bans in the state are Dr. Lynne M.

The United States Constitution was never ratified; the United States was never formed. Instead, North America is occupied by five separate Sovereign Nation-States that have evolved across a century of violence from the original thirteen colonies.

A second conversation with author Christopher Scotton about his book, The Secret Wisdom of the Earth -  a tale of an adult looking back on the summer when he came of age in an ambitious effort to reclaim a once great community deep in Appalachian Kentucky, deeply affected by mountaintop removal.

In her book So We Read On Fresh Air book critic Maureen Corrigan discusses the legacy of The Great Gatsby.  She is also part of the Cincinnati Library's On the Same Page program this year.

CCM's Peter Pan

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Based on the famous story by Sir James Barrie, CCM's Mainstage Musical Theatre Series presents Peter Pan - the tale of the mischievous boy who can fly, who never ages and who spends his never-ending childhood adventuring on the spellbinding isles of Neverland as the playful leader of the Lost Boys.

Barbara Gray welcomes in local glass artist Risa Sreden Prince to talk about the Essex Studios, the artist collective/gallery in Walnut Hills that hosts its first Art Walk of the year on March 6-7.

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