WKNO News & Features
Concerts International's chamber music season continues Tuesday February 27th at 7:30 pm at Harris Concert Hall with the Brentano String Quartet. Since its inception in 1992, the Brentano String Quartet has appeared throughout the world to popular and critical acclaim. “Passionate, uninhibited and spellbinding,” raves the London Independent; the New York Times extols its “luxuriously warm sound [and] yearning lyricism.”
Kacky Walton talks with Anna Thompson and Rebecca Hamm from New Memphis. We discussed their upcoming event, “Celebrate What's Right: Creative Economics”, which will bring local experts to the stage who artfully blend creativity and business at a scale that is shaping our city, its image, and its bottom line.
The decision is not a surprise. McDaniel previously said she'd step down after the South Carolina primary, which was held Saturday.
Why do we have leap years, and what are we supposed to do — or not do — with our rare extra day? NPR's Morning Edition spoke with experts in astronomy, history and economics to find out.
Writer and podcaster Kara Swisher wrote her memoir, Burn Book, about her disillusionment with many tech moguls. It recounts more than three decades covering the tech industry.
Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson sat down with Morning Edition in Detroit days ahead of the state's primary to discuss her approach to election security in 2024.
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A preview of the Michigan's presidential primary
One day after the South Carolina primary, Nikki Haley and former president Trump are looking ahead. NPR's Scott Detrow previews the Michigan primary.
On South Carolina primary day, either Haley or Trump losing the state will be a first
The South Carolina Republican primary is today. It is candidate Nikki Haley's home state, where she served as governor, and where she hopes to have an upset victory over former President Donald Trump.
What to know before Nikki Haley and Donald Trump face off in South Carolina's primary
The GOP presidential primary election in South Carolina wraps up with an official Election Day on Saturday as hometown candidate and former governor, Nikki Haley, faces off against front-runner Trump.
Nikki Haley supporters hope she can pull off an upset victory in South Carolina
Nikki Haley was raised in the small town of Bamberg, S.C. As she faces the GOP primary in her home state, it's in her hometown that she sees support — and skepticism.
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