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10:40 am
Fri April 10, 2009

"What Happened? - Some Easter Thoughts"

Dr. Joe Fuhrmann

Murray, KY – The Easter miracle is a vital, and some would say indispensable, part of Christian doctrine. As Easter Sunday approaches, commentator and Murray State history professor Dr. Joe Fuhrmann asks believers and non-believers to take a moment to consider what happened on that day.

Easter is a special time for Christians.

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3:37 am
Thu March 5, 2009

Uncommon Mystery - Death at La Fenice

Murray, KY – Teatro La Fenice in Venice is one of the most famous opera houses in Europe and is the setting for the Donna Leon's internationally best-selling "Brunetti" mystery novel series. Commentator Michael Cohen peaks through the pages of this Venetian who-done-it in his latest Uncommon Mystery.

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11:27 pm
Tue February 10, 2009

"Bailing Out John Q. Public"

Murray, KY – First it was 700 billion, now it's 800 billion The price tag for resolving America's economic crisis continues to grow as more and more Americans are losing their jobs and homes. Commentator Doctor Bill Schell suggests a different kind of stimulus package: substantial public funds into the hands of individual householders.

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9:21 am
Fri December 19, 2008

Santa's Sigh

Paducah, KY – If you're looking for a warm and fuzzy Christmas present for a loved one, a puppy might not be the best idea. The Humane Society warns "a dog is a precious purchase that will be in someone's life for an average of 15 years, so it should not be an impulse buy." Commentator Patience Renzulli addresses this issue in a story titled "Santa's Sigh."

"Please, Santa, I would like my own puppy for Christmas. I've been very good this year. And I don't want anything else. Love, Julie."

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9:08 am
Fri December 19, 2008

Uncommon Mystery - Corpus Christmas

Murray, KY – There's nothing like a warm Christmas corpse to chill your bones in the holiday season. That's what the artisans of the Bruel House in Grammercy Park must deal with in Margaret Maron's novel, Corpus Christmas. Commentator Michael Cohen says this artsy mystery will have you guessing until the end.

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9:29 am
Fri December 12, 2008

"Porn has no place in civil society"

Murray, KY – With a downtrodden economy and a president-elect hopeful to implement change, many Americans are anxiously and nervously anticipating the coming year. Commentator Richard Nelson hopes for a change in the way society and lawmakers consider pornography. He believes the distinction between what is art and pornography is a fine line, but that "we are so far over the line, it is appalling."

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9:23 am
Fri December 12, 2008

A review of "Season of Snows and Sins"

Murray, KY – If you're looking for a good mystery novel to curl up with by the fire this holiday season, commentator Michael Cohen suggests you take a stab at Patricia Moyes' novel Season of Snows and Sins. This uncommon mystery for the holidays takes place in the Swiss Alps during a Christmas vacation - gone wrong.

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9:22 am
Fri December 5, 2008

Uncommon Mysteries - Sherlock Holmes and Christmas

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3:13 am
Fri November 28, 2008

Uncommon Mystery - Season's Revenge: A Christmas Mystery

Murray, KY – Got that holiday itch but not quite sure how to scratch it? Commentator Michael Cohen suggests taking a stab at Henry Kisor's (Ky-zehr's) novel Season's Revenge: A Christmas Mystery. This uncommon mystery for the holidays features a Native American detective investigating an unusual murder in northern Michigan.

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4:59 am
Tue November 11, 2008

Veterans' Day 2008

Mike Freeland served as a combat medic in Europe during World War II. He?s the author of Blood River to Berlin and lives in Hopkinsville.
Mike Freeland

Murray, KY – Author and commentator Mike Freeland, a World War 2 combat medic, reflects on the cost of freedom and the responsibility of citizenship.

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