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Josh Jones, an Army veteran who served two tours in Iraq, takes a chemistry test at Paul Smiths College. Photo: Mark Kurtz
Josh Jones, an Army veteran who served two tours in Iraq, takes a chemistry test at Paul Smiths College. Photo: Mark Kurtz

The Eight O'clock Hour, 9/3/13

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Winter winemakers are providing alternatives to traditional wines, like Chardonnay and Cabernet. We hear more about young military veterans who are transitioning into the academic world. Researchers create the first ever brain-to-brain interface using an internet connection. The USDA tosses packets of rabies vaccine out of airplanes. A new Vermont initiative will expand free meals for low-income students. The 150th anniversary season at Saratoga Race Course ends with lower numbers in both attendance and on-track wagering. A review of this autumn's production of Lombardi in Westport; and the Adirondack Shakespeare Company gears up for its own foray into autumn programming, with plans for a full production of Love's Labour's Lost.

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