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Under Magnolia

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Give War and Peace a Chance

In this hour, we hear what we can still learn from Tolstoy’s War and Peace and historical films that may be filled with inaccuracies.  We’ll also take a look at the ever evolving holiday table where one biologist is distilling his own cordials and spirits and multicultural families are creating new traditions.

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Giving Thanks—or Miigwetch

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Kitchens of Latin America

Photo by Maria Elisa Christie. Courtesy University of Texas Press. In central Mexico, the work of preparing elaborate meals for fiestas involves many women working together. Maria Elisa Christie (Virginia …

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Replay: Mind Your Manners

Dining etiquette seems to be a lost art, particularly among college students who tend to eat fast-food while studying or watching TV. But June graduates are in for a rude …

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Mind your Manners

Dining etiquette seems to be a lost art, particularly among college students who tend to eat fast-food while studying or watching TV. But they are in for a rude awakening …

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Replay: Mr. Black Sheep Has No Wool

For Virginia sheep farmers, wool has become a nuisance. A worldwide glut of the fiber has left them spending more money to shear their flocks than they’ll earn from selling …

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Mr. Black Sheep Has No Wool

For Virginia sheep farmers, wool has become a nuisance. A worldwide glut of the fiber has left them spending more money to shear their flocks than they’ll earn from selling …

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The First Thanksgiving and Virginia’s Native American Tribes

William and Mary historian James Axtell joins Old Dominion University anthropologist Helen Rountree for a lively look at early colonist-Indian relations in the towns of Plymouth, Mass., and Jamestown, Va. Find the segment audio …

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