Autumn Johnson, director of Campus Recreation at A&M-Commerce, discusses the idea of "micro-habits," a small change in your behavior repeated over 66 days that gradually bring about an improvement in your health and well-being.
Blacklands Cafe. Autumn Johnson, director of Campus Recreation at A&M-Commerce, is the guest. KETR, John Mark Dempsey.
Herald-Bannermovie critic Alice Reese says the dark comedy "Joker," starring Joaquin Phoenix, will be a contender for Academy Awards nominations next year, including Phoenix as Best Actor. Alice also enjoyed "Judy," starring Renee Zellweger as tragic superstar Judy Garland in the last days of her life.
Sharon Feldt of Sulphur Springs, our books commentator, reviews "Political Dirty Trick," a novel by East Texas author James R. Callan, who often speaks to the Silver Leos writing group at Texas A&M-Commerce. It is about murderous doings in a Texas governor's election. Sharon will be attending a launch party on the famous Queen Mary November 2 for "Demon Well Seasoned" by Patricia V. Davis.
Emily Glass, vice president of the Alliance Bank in Sulphur Springs and the city's former mayor, says the City Council has started a series of meetings to determine the city's vision for the future. Among other things, Emily says the city needs more and affordable housing. And Emily says the Hopkins County Chamber of Commerce has opened a new headquarters on the downtown square in Sulphur Springs.
Wayne Bowman, Hunt County Master Gardener, says now is the time to plant bluebonnet seeds if you want them to pop up next spring. He says a good place to buy them is the U.S. Department of Agriculture office, at 5522 Highway 224 on the northeast side of Greenville. In this program, we talk about fall gardening for vegetables and perennials.