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Cooking up a World Record

WBRU talks to Ben Perry, a student at The Met School in Providence, who just broke the Guinness World Record for longest time spent cooking.

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Life on Mars?

NASA scientist Lynn Rothschild talks to WBRU about the origins of life.

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Homelessness in Rhode Island

The WBRU News team looks at the current state of homelessness in Rhode Island. Part I focuses on the personal narratives of the homeless and those who are involved in outreach and advocacy.

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Making History with Aubrie

Will Adams chats with Aubrie Blanchette, the first female firefighter in the history of the Narragansett Fire Department.

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4 Dead, 16 Injured in Fort Hood Shooting

Four people, including the gunman, were killed and 16 others injured in a shooting at Fort Hood in Killeen, Texas Wednesday evening.  Fort Hood officials said the gunman was a soldier who had been receiving mental health treatment and that he died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound.

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Homelessness in Rhode Island: 2014 (Part II)

In Part II, WBRU News looks at the politics of homelessness and how our political structures affect efforts to get help to those who need it most.

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Cooking up a World Record

WBRU's Emily Wooldridge talks to Ben Perry, a student at the Met School in Providence, about breaking the Guinness World Record for longest time spent cooking: 40 hours!

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Life on Mars?

WBRU's Ben Becker talks to NASA scientist Lynn Rothschild about the origins of life on Earth and whether it could have come from Mars.

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Jack Antonoff in Studio – Exclusive Video

Jack Antonoff stopped by WBRU studios to chat with us about all that is life and music. Check out exclusive musical tracks and our full-length interview with Jack below!

 

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Homelessness in Rhode Island: 2014 (Part I)

The WBRU News team looks at the current state of homelessness in Rhode Island. Part I focuses on the personal narratives of the homeless and those who are involved in outreach and advocacy.

 

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Aubrie Blanchette: An Historic Firefighter

Will Adams of WBRU News chats with Aubrie Blanchette, the first female firefighter in the history of the Narragansett Fire Department.

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Biking in Providence

WBRU News Anchor Mariela Mannion sits down with Jenna Yu, an active member of the Providence bicycling community, to talk about the landscape of biking in Providence.

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In Station with Bleachers

Jack Antonoff, commonly known as the guitarist for the band fun, stopped by the WBRU station Wednesday to promote his new project, Bleachers. Jack has a relaxed and chill manner that just oozes cool. Everyone should watch Jack play live at least once, especially those interested in being musicians. For us, the

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How Bastille Won February

 
I’m not even going to pretend like this was close.

Yes, we know ScHoolboy Q dropped the second dopest album to come out of Compton since the turn of the decade (all bow to King Kendrick) and Kid Cudi, channeling his inner single lady, surprise dropped Satellite Flight earlier this month. But, if all you

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