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On this edition of the Central Texas Leadership Series we learn more about Brenda Shuttlesworth, Executive Director of Waco Habitat for Humanity.

  Tense and absorbing story of a runaway balloon, and several men trying to help.


Four long short stories about Frank Bascombe wandering his way through his late 60s


David and Art - "Independence Day"

Jul 2, 2018
Joe Riley

David discusses the artists that come to mind when we talk about the 4th of July holiday. 


Conversations with Creative Waco - Susan Taylor

Jun 29, 2018

Susan Taylor joins Rae Jefferson to discuss what it means to be the executive director of the Waco Symphony and what is in store for the new season. 


Baylor Connections - Rebecca Nall

Jun 29, 2018

“Titanic: The Artifact,” the first blockbuster exhibition to come to Waco’s Mayborn Museum, is on display throughout the summer and into next year. Rebecca Nall from the Mayborn Museum shares how the exhibit transports visitors to the ship through a variety of experiences, how the exhibit came to Waco and how the museum serves Central Texans in this Baylor Connections.


Fascinating tale of the aftermath of the Trojan War told by the main survivors


How Close Is Texas To Legalizing Marijuana?

Jun 21, 2018
H. Zell/Wikimedia Commons

At their state convention last week, Republicans added medical marijuana use and decriminalization to their party platform.

Shealah Craighead/White House

It’s important to read the fine print.

Story of a woman who oversees retirement living for senior citizens.


David and Art - "Influences"

Jun 18, 2018
Joe Riley


Downtown Depot - Reid Guess

Jun 15, 2018

Reid Guess of Guess Family BBQ talks about continuing the BBQ tradition in Waco, plus Meredith Wagner and the Word on the Street on this edition of Downtown Depot.


Baylor Connections - Burt Burleson

Jun 15, 2018

What does the process of spiritual formation look like in a University of 16,000 students, all at different points in their faith journey? How do today’s students approach their faith? Dr. Burt Burleson, University Chaplain and Dean of Spiritual Life, answers those questions and more in this episode of Baylor Connections.


Jorge Sanhueza-Lyon/KUT

“I think anytime you’re limiting people’s right to vote, it should be a concern for everybody.”


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