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On Sounds Good, Dr. Bill Tyler talks with Austin Carter about the Western Kentucky Botanical Garden’s upcoming Back Woods Ball.

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Tracy Ross speaks with MSU Director of Galleries T. Michael Martin about the exhibit, Salvador Dali Illustrates Dante’s Divine Comedy, a series of 100 prints on display in the Mary Ed Mecoy Hall Gallery and the Clara M. Eagle Main Gallery through September 15.

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On Sounds Good, MSU psychology professor Dr. Michael Bordieri and Tracy Ross discuss the Goldwater Rule, which largely prohibits mental health professionals from publicly diagnosing presidential candidates.

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On Sounds Good​, Tracy Ross introduces us to the new executive director of Heartland CARES, Sean Oslin.

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Playhouse in the Park Director Lisa Cope talks with Austin Carter on Sounds Good about the Penguin Project's production of Peter Pan, Jr. running through August 28.

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Sandy Linn speaks with Tracy Ross on Sounds Good about upcoming events at the Calloway County Public Library.

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Jessica Reimer, the new artistic director of the Jackson Purchase Dance Company, speaks with Tracy Ross on Sounds Good about the future of the JPDC.

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On Sounds Good, Dr. Michael Bordieri and Tracy Ross discuss methods of easing the transition from summer back to school for K-12 and college students.

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The Murray-Calloway County Endowment for Health Care will use an Arts Access Grant from the Kentucky Arts Council to support hands-on arts experiences over the next year. The project is entitled “Hope & Glory: The Art of Inclusion.” Award-winning writer Constance Alexander, Murray Art Guild Executive Director Debi Danielson and Murray State University Professor Nicole Hand speak with Todd Hatton on Sounds Good on how arts-related programming and community outreach will celebrate adults with disabilities and increase awareness of their contributions to the community’s well-being.

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Ann Uddberg and Lynn Bartlett speak with Austin Carter on Sounds Good about an upcoming Meet & Greet with local authors at the Weaks Senior Center on Friday.

 

The Weaks Senior Center Genealogy Club is bringing in authors Geoff Baggett, Lynn Bartlett, Justice Bill Cunningham, Steve Schneiderman, Dr. Bill Mulligan, and Linda Scott, who have published books regarding the history and culture of the region.

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