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Research indicates that an employee's repeated exposure to violations of moral principle can have a large impact on their personal life. 

 


 

Deputy Manager talks Water Rates Increase and City Projects

Jan 11, 2017
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Starting this month in Waco you will notice an uptick on your water bill. That's because the city's water rates were increased in order to bolster a multimillion dollar, 10-year-long water works project. Deputy city manager Wiley Stem explains the increase and the projects in this interview.


Not all gospel songs are strictly religious, some addressed civil rights and current affairs. One event that saw gospel tributes was the assassination of John F. Kennedy. In this episode we listen to the Dixie Hummingbirds' tribute "My Prayer for Peace".


Learn the three-part formula for success for start-ups. 

 

               

A wonderful story of two children who grow to love each other, only to drift apart.


In this episode of Shout! host Robert Darden looks at the life and times of Sister Rosetta Tharpe, a masterful guitarist and gospel's first true star in the 1930s and 40s. 


If you want to eat healthy, but have a low degree of self-control, find out how to stay on track with your goals.  

 


An important reminder of the horrors of nuclear conflagration. 


"Sweet Little Jesus Boy" is often considered a spiritual, but this Christmastime song isn't actually a spiritual at all. In this episode of Shout! host Robert Darden tells us about the song, and we hear The Harmonizing Four's rendition of it. 


The Long and Forgotten History of Texas' Mutualistas

Dec 23, 2016

If you’re a life-long Texan, you many have heard of a mutualistas. These mutual aid societies were part of a long tradition in Mexico, and found their way into Texas in the late 1800s. The organizations worked to provide low-income families with resources they otherwise might not have access to. While most disappeared in the 30s and 40s, throughout Texas today there are still a small number of in operation, including one thriving community mutualista in Waco that’s been around for more than 90 years. 


Engrossing and thought provoking novel of a cognitive scientist examining his life.


From posting pictures of food on Instagram, to 'checking in' on Facebook, research shows phone snubbing - or "phubbing" - can weaken a relationship. 

 


Shout! Black Gospel Music Moments: Black Nativity

Dec 19, 2016

Some of the most well-known spirituals revolve around Christmas. These songs - like "Mary, Whatcha Gonna Call That Pretty Little Baby" -- were featured in the 1961 off-broadway premiere of Black Nativity. 


Behind the Story: The Cove

Dec 16, 2016

On this episode of Behind the Story, we'll take a closer look at a special population in the Waco Independent School District. Of the nearly 15,000 students enrolled in Waco ISD last year, nearly 10 percent were estimated to be homeless. For students this means they lack a fixed place to spend the night. Today, we take a closer look at the Cove, the new non-profit that aims to help homeless students and we'll also hear from people involved with the project. 


Downtown Depot: Kate Duncan

Dec 16, 2016

On this episode of Downtown Depot, host Austin Meek talks with Kate Duncan, the owner of Wildland Supply Company, the clothing boutique that's spearheading the redevelopment of Washington Avenue. You'll also get a look at the Kings Landing, the newest gaming store to hit Wacotown. 


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