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WKMS Press Releases
10:33 am
Mon February 2, 2015

Sounds Good Week Ahead: February 2 - 6

(UPDATE) Here's an outlook of our featured guests on Sounds Good this week.

Monday, February 2

So, how did the Super Bowl ads score?  We'll get analysis from a Murray State Executive in Residence, Mr. Robert Norsworthy, a national advertising expert working in the Department of Journalism and Mass Communications.

Janet Woodall Corum joins us to chat about her upcoming dessert theatre performance at the Glema Mahr Center for the Arts at Madisonville Community College.  She and Thad Mayhugh star in an intimate musical, "I Do, I Do," following a couple through fifty years of love, quarrels and marriage. Lynn Curtis directs the music.

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WKMS Press Releases
11:08 am
Mon January 26, 2015

Sounds Good Week Ahead: January 26 - 30

Here's the outlook for who's on Sounds Good this week:

Monday, January 26

Curator Myers Brown is with us in the first hour to describe the Tennessee State Museum's Civil War exhibit, Common People in Uncommon Times, at the Paris-Henry County Heritage Center.

Murray State President Dr. Bob Davies joins us in the second hour to discuss legislative priorities for 2015, President Obama's plan for free community college, how the tobacco free policy will be enforced and the hiring of the new MSU football coach.

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Arts
1:34 pm
Mon January 19, 2015

MSU's Campus Lights Theatre Production Run Kicks off Friday

Murray State University students are preparing for their 78th annual production run of Campus Lights this week.

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Arts
1:50 pm
Tue January 6, 2015

[WATCH] Year of October's Sounds Good Live Lunch Performance

Update: YouTube link to Year of October's Live Lunch performance added

Our next Sounds Good Live Lunch features Nashville-based rock band Year of October. Phlecia and Josh Sullivan founded the band in 2010 while attending the University of Kentucky. With influences of The Black Keys, Wilco, Led Zeppelin, The Beatles and Norah Jones, they have bluesy vocals, strong lyrics and roaring guitars with a sound reminiscent of the 1970s. 

When: January 23 at Noon

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Society
1:00 pm
Wed December 31, 2014

Poet Michael Cohen to Speak at MSU Creative Writing Event

Pictured: Michael Cohen
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Murray State professor emeritus Michael Cohen reads from his book of essays "A Place to Read:  Life and Books" and participates in a conversation with MSU Watkins Fellow Riley Hanick Sunday at 3 p.m. in MSU's Faculty Hall.

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Society
12:01 pm
Wed December 31, 2014

Poet Rodney Jones Speaks at MSU Creative Writing Event

Credit The Poetry Foundation

Murray State's MFA in Creative Writing Reading Series runs Saturday through next Wednesday.  Poet Rodney Jones is the first guest author for the Series.  Jones is a professor and distinguished scholar emeritus at Southern Illinois University Carbondale with a Pulitzer Prize nomination and a Kingsley-Tufts Award among honors for his poetry. He stopped by WKMS to give a look into his writing style and even read some of his work.

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Education
12:01 pm
Tue December 30, 2014

Eight Simple Rules to Managing Your Kid’s Entertainment This Holiday Season

The Dawn app is a customizable content curation tool that helps parents find appropriate applications, games and more for their child.
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In an increasingly media-connected world, sometimes parents struggle to know what exactly their kids are seeing, hearing and interacting with. Dan Olschwang is CEO of Magicalis, a company that aims to help solve this problem. His new app "Dawn" helps parents discover engaging and appropriate content for their kids.

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Science
12:01 pm
Tue December 30, 2014

Understanding Depression: Depression Among Children

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In a series of conversations initiated this year following the death of comedian Robin Williams, Kate Lochte examines facets of depression with Murray State University assistant professor of psychology, Dr. Michael Bordieri.  Today, they look at what's unique about depression in younger people.

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Society
12:02 pm
Mon December 29, 2014

Mentalist to Perform for "Save the Massac" Project

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Nationally known mentalist and illusionist Morgan Strebler grew up in Sikeston, Missouri.  He's a Superman fan and this Wednesday, for New Year's Eve, he’s performing at the Baymont Theatre in Metropolis.

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Society
12:01 pm
Mon December 29, 2014

Calloway County Public Library Looks Ahead to 2015

Credit Matt Markgraf - WKMS

As 2014 comes to a close, Calloway County Public Library's Sandy Linn recounts this year's achievements and next year's new programming. Toward the end of each month, Linn visits Sounds Good to renew awareness of what's happening at the Calloway County Public Library.

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