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Let Freedom Ring: 50 Years After March on Washington

Fifty years ago today, Doctor Martin Luther King Junior led an estimated quarter of a million people in the March On Washington. The march, on August 28th, 1963, was one of the largest rallies for human rights in the United … Continue reading

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Suspected Gunman on Sul Ross State University Campus Not Found

The summer session students at Sul Ross State University in Alpine had quite a scare on Wednesday morning, when the campus was put on lock-down. A man was reported carrying a rifle into one of the buildings, in violation of … Continue reading

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The Big Latch-On: Exposing the Truths of Breastfeeding in Public

A mother breast-feeding in public can be a sensitive issue. According to the World Health Organization, breastfeeding is one of the most effective ways to ensure child health and survival. So, why the American stigma attached to nursing in public? … Continue reading

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Interview: Viva Big Bend: Singer/Songwriter Graham Wilkinson Chats with KRTS

Natalie Pattillo speaks with Austin-based singer/songwriter Graham Wilkinson. His music hit topics that range from political corruption and social responsibility to laid-back, happy love songs. Graham talks about where his inspiration stems from and what cultivates him as musician. He also … Continue reading

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Interview: Trust the Finch: Far West Texas Rooted Musicians Performing at Padre’s

Trust the Finch is in town from Austin for a holiday visit. They’re partnering with far West Texas musicians Hogan Sullivan, Terra Peters, and Hotel Brotherhood for a performance at Padre’s on Saturday, December 28th. Trust the Finch will be … Continue reading

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Interview: Sul Ross Students Partner with Humane Society

Students enrolled in a Sul Ross State Technical Writing course are aiding the Alpine Humane Society and Animal Services in creating a brochure and updating their website that better informs the community about spay/neuter programs, animal adoption, and how the … Continue reading

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Interview: Tejano musician AJ Castillo

Austin-based Tejano musician A.J. Castillo headlines this year’s Marfa Lights Festival concert at Vizcaino Park. This hour we play his music.

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Interview: Viva Big Bend Festival: Rick Ruiz and A Few Too Many Perform at KRTS

On this episode of Talk at Ten, Far West Texas musical icon Rick Ruiz and A Few Too Many stop by to talk about their musical backgrounds, inspirations, and participation in the Viva Big Bend Festival coming up this weekend. They will be playing … Continue reading

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Interview: Funny Or Die is in Marfa

Marfa Public Radio talks with Betsy Koch, producer at Funny Or Die. Funny Or Die is a popular comedy website founded by actor Will Ferrell, screenwriter Adam McKay, and screenwriter Chris Henchy. Marfa Film Festival invited Funny Or Die to bring … Continue reading

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