Research shows that the number of Americans who say they have "no religion" has doubled since 1990. First United Methodist Church senior pastor Valarie Englert discusses this trend on the Blacklands Cafe.
Blacklands Cafe; FUMC-Commerce pastor Valarie Englert discusses the rise of the "nones." John Mark Dempsey, KETR
The director of "The Complete Works of William Shakespeare, Abridged and Revised," Samantha Grace, visits the Blacklands Cafe. The comedy will be staged October 8-13 in the Performing Arts Center at Texas A&M University-Commerce (seating is limited).
Hunt County Extension Agent Mary Sue Cole says the state legislature has changed the "cottage-food" law pertaining to food prepared in the home for sale on the market. The new law reduces restrictions in some ways, creating opportunities for entrepreneurs, but also potentially creating some risk for consumers, Cole tells KETR's "Blacklands Cafe."
The Vice President of Business and Administration at Texas A&M University-Commerce, Bob Brown, hosts a regular book club for University faculty, staff and students. The current book they're studying is "Daring Greatly" by Dr. Brene Brown, currently #21 on amazon.com.