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The more you learn about art, the more rearranging you may have to do, but that’s a good thing.


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“Obviously, everyone who moves to Texas might not align with Gov. Abbott’s recent legislation, but they kind of do see [it] as a lot of political noise.”

https://www.texasstandard.org/stories/many-object-to-restrictive-laws-but-few-businesses-are-likely-to-abandon-texas-because-of-its-politics/

The Pilgrim Jubilee Singers have been thrilling Chicago’s gospel audiences for half a century. Click to listen to this episode.
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It's no surprise there's plenty going on in and around Waco.  On this edition of Act Locally Waco you'll hear about  the Twilight Tour at the Historic Waco Foundation, the 4th Annual "Dogtoberfest" benefitting the Animal Birth Control Clinic.  There is also the "Dr Pupper" event at the, you guessed it - Dr. Pepper Museum.   More Saturday events include  Sic'em Science Day a the Mayborn Museum and the Brazos Theatre celebrates it's 6th anniversary.


This week on CWCW, it's all about celebrating cultures, creativity and life. Kennedy Sam talks with  Eric Linares and Nancy Pulcine, a few organizers behind this year’s first ever Dia de Los Muertos Festival and Parade  - events happening in Downtown Waco October 30.
 

  

Baylor Connections - Kevin Chambliss

Oct 22, 2021

Baylor has celebrated substantial growth in research marked by quality, visibility and impact since the 2018 launch of Illuminate. This summer, the University shared metrics that position Baylor to reach R1 benchmarks ahead of schedule—as early as 2024. In this Baylor Connections, Vice Provost for Research Kevin Chambliss unpacks those numbers and shares how the research that elevates them addresses significant challenges, benefits Baylor students and advances Baylor’s Christian mission.


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Many of the rules stem from the 2011 freeze that caused widespread power outages. The 2021 freeze and subsequent outages killed hundreds.

Business Review - Stakeholder Equity

Oct 21, 2021

A successful business owner, Matt O’Hayer, decides to start a company based with a deeper purpose.

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I’m Jim McKeown, welcome to Likely Stories, a weekly review of fiction, non-fiction, and poetry.

The Diary by Eileen Goudge is a touching tale of love, betrayal, and danger.


50 years ago, a battle over redistricting changed Texas

Oct 19, 2021
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In 1971, Texas Democrats had the power, and drew legislative district maps that disenfranchised people of color.

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“The impact of finally coming forward and then being told there are no options for you is devastating.”

Even after his passing, a prominent artist is still giving us the chance to see beauty by shrouding the familiar.

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We’re delighted to present the only known copy of the Faithful Gospel Singers of Washington D.C.’s recording, “God’s Disciples.”   

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“If you think about it from the standpoint of a traffic jam … that accident may have occurred 30 minutes or an hour ago, but it has a lasting effect,” says a Texas-based supply chain expert.

https://www.texasstandard.org/stories/supply-chain-ripple-effects-expected-to-stretch-into-2022-and-beyond/

Downtown Depot - Ashley Beard

Oct 15, 2021

On this episode, Austin Meek sits down with the newest Mrs. Texas, Waco entrepreneur Ashley Beard.


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