https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nb7tbfjYu3o Sarah Dudas doesn't mind shucking an oyster or a clam in the name of science. But sit down with her and a plate of oysters on the half-shell or a bucket of steamed Manila clams, and she'll probably point out a bivalve's gonads or remark on its fertility. "These are comments I make at dinner parties," she said. "I've spent too much time doing dissections. I've done too many spawnings." And lately, the shellfish biologist is making other unappetizing...
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The Kaleidoscope Choral Concert, Baylor Theatre Deparment's production of The Fertile River, Walk for the Homeless and the Prosper Waco Lecture series are just a few of the events happening in Waco this week.