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GED Changes in 2014
1:30 pm
Tue July 9, 2013

High-School Equivalency Test Changing

Martha Karlage and Mary Horan

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Garden Tips and Farmers Markets
1:30 pm
Tue July 9, 2013

Gardening and What to Find at Local Markets

It takes work, but worth it
Holly Yurchison/WVXU

Days of dry, intense heat alternating with long periods of almost constant rain, the weather has been hard on farms and gardens this year. But



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How Countries Fail
1:30 pm
Mon July 8, 2013

Historian's View of Declining Societies

Historian Niall Ferguson

  In his latest book, “The Great Degeneration: How Institutions Decay and Economies Die,” Harvard Professor of History Niall Ferguson gives his views on why rich countries lose their way and begin to fail. Niall talks with Mark Perzel about his book, and his theory the institutions which keep society going are degenerating.

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How to Get Your Next Job
1:30 pm
Mon July 8, 2013

What Employers Really Want

Andrea Kay

  Author and Career Consultant Andrea Kay talks about her latest book, “This Is How To Get Your Next Job: An Inside Look at What Employers Really Want” and provides insight on landing your next job.

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Music on Target this Week
1:30 pm
Mon July 8, 2013

Bunbury, World Piano and Archery Competitions

Mark Ernster, Jim Nolan and Sara Danner Dukic

Great music, old and new, is coming to town this week. The Bunbury Festival offers 80 live performances by local and national bands for three days of outstanding rock. And UC's Corbett Auditorium will resound with the classics, as twenty-four brilliant pianists compete in the World Piano Competition.

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