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Arts & Life
Sun March 12, 2006
Alabama Life - March 12, 2005
On the show today: Sunshine Week, the Sucarnochee Revue and Kathryn Tucker Windham's favorite winter flower.
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Sunshine week is an effort to educate people about their rights to government records. APR News director Butler Cain spoke with the executive director of the Alabama Press Association about it.
The Sucarnochee Revue is a show recorded live in Livingston, Alabama. Jacky Jack White is the host, and APR's Jason Norris talked with him about the program we air on Saturday nights at 10:00.
Technically, it's still winter, but the flowers are already blooming. Storyteller Kathryn Tucker Windham talks about her favorite winter flower.
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