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Weekend Edition
Airs weekends at 8 a.m. (Saturdays only on WSHU-FM and HD 1)

Sunday Baroque
Airs Sundays at 7 a.m. on WSHU-FM and WSHU-HD 1, and 10 a.m. on WSUF, WSHU-AM, and WSHU-HD 2

Jean-Philippe Rameau named many of his little character pieces after students, patrons, other musicians, and personality traits. His 2nd Concert includes movements in tribute to a patron, to another musician's wife, and one called "the annoying one." You can hear Rameau's tell-all piece on Sunday Baroque this weekend.
Sunday Matinée
Airs Sundays at 1 p.m. on WSHU-FM, WSHU-AM, WSUF, WSHU-HD 1 and WSHU-HD 2

Sunday is Grandparents' Day, and David Bouchier celebrates with a program about composers who became very senior citizens. So many famous composers died young, like Mozart, that you might conclude that music is bad for your health. But others survived to a great age, including Sibelius, Verdi, Vaughan Williams and Stravinsky. Join David to hear from and about the longest-lived composers.
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Screenwriter and best-selling author Delia Ephron will discuss her relationship with her older sister, Nora, and the essays about them in her new book, Sister Mother Husband Dog, on Sept. 18, 6 p.m., at the Yale University Art Gallery in New Haven, Conn. Learn more.
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New York Times bestselling Author Elizabeth Gilbert will discuss her new novel, The Signature of All Things, a story of desire and discovery spanning the 18th and 19th centuries, on Oct. 18, 7 p.m., at Sacred Heart University in Fairfield, Connecticut. Learn more.
WSHU Newsroom
* Conn. looking to quell anxiety about electric cars with more charging stations
* NY Attorney General to operate complaint line for primary voting issues
* Tuesday is primary day in many Conn. & Long Island cities and towns
* Thirteen sent to hospital after malfunction on Norwalk Oyster Festival amusement ride
* Largest illegal dump in Conn. is converted to an urban farm
Connecticut Headlines
* Storm threatens holiday travel in east
* Prosecutors: Conn. gunman's motive still unknown
* Police: Officer's wife grabbed, fired his gun
* Federal mediator to aid Conn. hospital-union talks
* Conn. health dept. offers holiday food safety tips
New York Headlines
* Barnes & Noble swings to 2Q profit
* Storm threatens holiday travel in east
* Roswell Park, U Buffalo reject merger proposal
* Pellet gun stops mail service to upstate NY street
* Hunger survey: Many NYC residents struggling
* Home Prices Rise Again, But Market May Be Slowing
* If You Must Fry A Turkey, Listen To William Shatner First
* 'I Am Alive For A Reason,' Says Va. Lawmaker Stabbed By Son
* Big Travel Day Could Be A Big Mess Due To Weather
* Critical Of Nuclear Deal, Israel Wonders What May Come Next