Culture
12:10 am
Fri January 26, 2007

My Mothers Bones

Murray, KY – Most people associate memories with certain things, sometimes its music, or even a scent... In an essay from her upcomming book "Who Needs June Cleaver" Constance Alexander talks about memories associated with her mothers bones.

Click the "Listen" icon above to hear Constance Alexander's commentary. Alexander is a writer who lives in Murray. Her latest book "Who Needs June Cleaver" is scheduled for publication this spring..

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Society
12:08 am
Fri January 26, 2007

WW II and America's Money

Dr. Joe Fuhrmann

Murray, KY – The United States has been a world superpower for many decades; Dr. Joe Fuhrmann associates America's power with its use of base and precious metals while minting coins during WWII.

Click the "Listen" icon above to hear Dr. Fuhrmann's commentary. Dr. Joe Fuhrmann is a history professor at Murray State University and the owner of "Christopher's Coins" doing business at the Heart of Hazel Antique Mall in Hazel, Kentucky..

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Local Features
10:55 am
Wed January 24, 2007

Catfish to Caviar-Fancy Food on a Budget Part 2

Denise and Johanna

Murray, KY – In part 2 of Fancy Food on a Budget Johanna and Denise suggest preparing dishes using flank steak instead of the more expensive rib roast or prime rib.

Click the "Listen" icon above to hear this week's Catfish to Caviar. Johanna Rhodes is co-owner of Etcetera Coffeehouse and Art Gallery in Paducah's Lowertown. Chef Denise Gordon also lives in Paducah.

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Local Features
10:38 am
Wed January 24, 2007

Eye of the Tiger

Murray, KY – Every Morning, Murray Middle School watches the news of the day courtesy of its own students. They're the anchors... the weather department... and even the technical crew.

Click the "Listen" icon above to hear Jim Michael take us to the making of the "Eye of the Tiger" News.

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Local Features
2:45 am
Wed January 24, 2007

New Madrid

Local Features
3:32 am
Mon January 22, 2007

State of Denial

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Murray, KY – Woodward's third book on the Bush presidency covers the administration's approach to the Iraq War with impressive detail and balance. The audiobook abridgement produces an attention-grabbing production.

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Local Features
3:23 am
Mon January 22, 2007

Madisonville Bicentennial

Murray, KY – This Saturday, the city of Madisonville begins a year-long celebration marking 200 years as a western Kentucky community. The bicentennial kicks off with a Gala Premier of the documentary, "My Kentucky Home - Madisonville, Kentucky" at the Glema Mahr Center for the Arts. Bryan Bartlett Recently spoke with Keith Cartwright, chairperson of the Madisonville Bicentennial Commission, about the festivities and the genesis of the town's slogan, "The Best Town on Earth."

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Local Features
9:52 am
Fri January 19, 2007

For Your Consideration

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Murray, KY – A movie within a movie-"For Your Consideration" turns the camera on Hollywood which focuses on the making of an independent movie. When internet-generated rumors begin circulating that three of the film's stars may be perpetrating award-worthy performances, a rumble of excitement rattles the cast. Bryan Bartlett talked with Maiden Alley Cinema's Larry Thomas about this award-worthy comedy playing this weekend.

Click the "Listen" icon above to hear Bryan Bartletts interview with Larry Thomas.

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Local Features
9:40 am
Fri January 19, 2007

Garden Gurus

Murray, KY – On Saturday, The Purchase Area Master Gardners present their Garden Gurus program, a yearly winter season boost for those planning their next growing season. You can see more about the day at the Cherry Civic Center in Paducah at the website of the association: PAMGA.org, and Kate Lochte has more with Master Gardner Carole Ullerich.

Click the "Listen" icon above to hear Kate Lochte's report on Garden Gurus.

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Culture
11:03 pm
Wed January 17, 2007

Reading and Eating

Dr. Bolin

Murray, KY – Many people enjoy a good book, and everyone enjoys a good meal. Dr. Duane Bolin talks about combining his two favorite past times, Reading and Eating.

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Read the text for this commentary here.

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