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Theater Production Brings Story Of AIDS Epidemic's Impact On Black Americans To Eastern Panhandle

Donja R. Love's “What Will Happen To All That Beauty” is showing in Shepherdstown throughout July as part of the annual Contemporary American Theater Festival.

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New Play Explores How AIDS Epidemic Affected Black Americans, This West Virginia Morning

On this West Virginia Morning, the AIDS epidemic beginning in the 1980s took hundreds of thousands of lives across the country, and even more around the world. A new theater production at this year’s Contemporary American Theater Festival (CATF) in Shepherdstown highlights how the disease impacted the lives of Black Americans in particular.

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WVPB’s First Eastern Panhandle Reporter Reflects On Decades In Public Radio

Cecelia Mason spent 23 years as a reporter for West Virginia Public Radio. Mason retired from a different job at Shepherd University this month, but returned to the Eastern Panhandle Bureau to talk about her time in public radio.

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Celebrating Juneteenth And A Conversation With WVPB’s First Eastern Panhandle Reporter, This West Virginia Morning

On this West Virginia Morning, Wednesday was the federal holiday Juneteenth, which celebrates the emancipation of enslaved people in the United States. Briana Heaney talked to West Virginians as they hit the streets to celebrate the nation’s, and the state’s, newest holiday.

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