Cover Story: Climate Change
It's been so cold this winter, and Boston has gotten a lot of snow. Surely there's no global warming? Not so says Rutgers climate scientist Jennifer Francis, in an interview with U.S. 1's Diccon Hyatt. The arctic poles are undeniably warming, which Francis says weakens polar jet streams and has led cold air to dip south to the America's northeast. Francis lays out her case here.
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Go for baroque! Le Triomphe de l'Amour, the four-person baroque chamber music group led by harpsichordist Janet Palumbo, of Princeton, and Donna Fournier, on viola da gamba, will perform music by 18th-century Venetian composers on Saturday, February 28. On Saturday, April 25, the group's "Water Music II: A Trip up the Thames" offers a musical tour of 18th-century London on Saturday. Both programs take place in the Unitarian Church of Princeton.
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