Neil Diamond - Hot August Night III - Celebrates 40th Anniversary of Original Concert

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Hot August Night III chronicles Neil Diamond’s triumphant 2012 return to the legendary Greek Theatre in Los Angeles, in a concert that celebrated the 40th anniversary of his original multiplatinum-selling Hot August Night collection recorded at the very same venue in 1972.

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Happy Holidays! Festive Afternoons on Rhode Island PBS

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Countdown to Christmas weekdays at noon, starting December 17.

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They Wore the Red Suit - A Rhode Island PBS Tradition, Too

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They Wore the Red Suit is a documentary featuring the rare individuals who have devoted their lives to keeping that magic alive in the world by actually being Santa Claus 365 days a year.

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Specials for Thanksgiving through December 7 (and beyond)

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Musical and self-help specials abound in early December.

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Modern Farming in Rhode Island: A Community Conversation

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Join us in the studio audience for the taping of "Modern Farming in Rhode Island: A Community Conversation" on November 29.

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Mark the End of Hurricane Season with an Encore of Wake of '38

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As Rhode Island emerges from another hurricane season virtually unscathed, we encore a film that dramatically documents a time when our state - the entire east coast - was not nearly as fortunate.

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Veterans Day Special: RI Women Warriors Coming Home

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Five stories of women veterans making the transition from soldier to civilian. It's not always an easy path to navigate, but increased awareness of benefits and services is part of finding what works.

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Rhode Island PBS Honors Walter and Mary Ann Slocomb

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November 16 is National Philanthropy Day. Rhode Island PBS is proud to honor Walter and Mary Ann Slocomb for their 30 years of generous support for local public television.

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Opioids in Our Community: A Family Meeting

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Rhode Island has faced many crises over the years, but few compare to the current opioid epidemic that has thousands of families under siege. The four-pronged approach adopted by the state encompasses Prevention, Rescue, Treatment, Recovery. This project focuses on Prevention.

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Our Town Marathon over the Thanksgiving Holiday

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From Glocester to Johnston, Our Town is a fun celebration of small town Rhode Island life. Rhode Island PBS is proud to present a binge blast of all eight Our Town episodes on Wednesday, November 21 and Thursday, Thanksgiving Day. Join us!

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Soldier On: Life After Deployment

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SOLDIER ON: Life After Deployment follows three women as they confront the challenges of readjusting to civilian life after their post-9/11 military service.

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Rhode Island Women Warriors Coming Home: Finding What Works

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Stories of service and transition from soldier to civilian, and connecting veterans to benefits and resources.

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New Host for New Season of High School Quiz Show: Rhode Island

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Meet Joe Short. A professional actor, teacher, and production artist, he is now also host for Rhode Island's hottest TV game show.

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OVERDOSE: Inside the Epidemic Encores on Rhode Island PBS

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Opioid addiction is a chronic relapsing disease that can develop with repeated exposure to opioids - in as little as one week. In this special from Second Opinion, experts discuss the drug epidemic in the U.S., and offer solid, timely information about prevention and addiction treatment.

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NATIVE AMERICA Airs Tuesdays at 9PM starting October 23

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At the intersection of Native knowledge and modern scholarship is a new vision of America and its people. UPDATED October 18: Now with links to beautiful short stories and local "Native Voices."

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