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Dr. Michael Bordieri and Tracy Ross discuss Election Stress Disorder on Sounds Good.

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Join us for our next Sounds Good Live Lunch Friday (11/11) at Noon featuring Nashville singer/guitarist Josh Preston and his band. Preston spent years playing in several Nashville groups and immersed himself in Music City's unique blend of rock, pop, funk, blues and Americana. His self-titled release is an honest reflection on both his social status and the status quo.

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On Sounds Good, George Eldred and Paducah Symphony Orchestra conductor Raffaele Ponti preview this Saturday’s performance of Johannes Brahms’s Symphony No. 3, Aaron Copland’s Appalachian Spring Suite, and Oscar Navarro Clarinet Concerto No. 2.

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Dr. Michael Bordieri talks with Tracy Ross on Sounds Good about hate and ways to overcome it.

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The results are in. Congratulations to WKMS Short Storytelling Contest Winner Amanda Futrell and runner-up Tony Smith!

Top Five Finalists:

  • Amanda Futrell, Antioch, TN: What Allen Took
  • Tony Smith, Madisonville, KY: Granaw’s Chicken
  • Corrie Johnson, Murray, KY : Come Back Anytime
  • Daniel Milam, Paducah, KY: Sea Isle Park Incident
  • Tasha Mitchell, Dexter, KY: The Beekeepers
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Since Tracy Ross last spoke to Neal Bradley on Sounds Good, the Racers have won 2 of 3 games.

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Murray State University social work students hosted a Trans Symposium at the Hopkinsville Regional Campus Thursday evening to share information about transgender issues. Mary Elaine Horn and Peggy Pittman-Munke speak with Tracy Ross on Sounds Good about the genesis of the symposium.

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Pat Fitzhugh, author of The Bell Witch: The Full Account, gives tonight's Evenings Upstairs presentation at the McCracken County Public Library. Legends of the Bell Witch center around the Bell Farm in northern middle Tennessee where there were documented accounts of a disembodied voice physically attacking the family and visitors. Fitzhugh talks tells the story and previews the lecture with Todd Hatton on Sounds Good.

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On Sounds Good, Tracy Ross speaks with Playhouse in the Park’s The Addams Family director Rusty Jones and cast member Marci Edmonds about the creepy and kooky musical that shows tonight through Sunday.

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Tracy Ross and Dr. Michael Bordieri discuss the idea that Halloween can be a fun and effective time to practice exposure therapy to help treat anxiety issues.

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