April Josephine

Town Square

‘Mean Girls’: Lessons from the show and how to stop bullying in school

Posted on · Bullying and cyberbullying are very prominent in our culture. Today, we talk to a cast member of 'Mean Girls' the musical about the show, and how she is helping provide a safe space for youth to open up and share. Plus, a school psychologist shares lessons can we learn from musical, and how students can combat bullying in school.

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Congressman Al Green on establishing a national Slavery Remembrance Day (Aug. 16, 2022)

Posted on · On Tuesday's show: Rep. Al Green answers questions about issues before Congress and his efforts to establish a national Slavery Remembrance Day. Then we examine the role green infrastructure could play in preventing future flooding. And we visit the Banksyland exhibit.

Alfred Garza III in Uvalde

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Challenges, updates on the Uvalde school shooting. What’s actually been done?

Posted on · Since the tragedy in Uvalde, the new school year has us all looking for answers. Today, we get a current update from The Texas Tribune, talk with those who have the power to make change, and we hear from the father of one of Robb Elementary School's shooting victims.

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New COVID guidelines, and addressing the crisis in the teaching profession (Aug. 15, 2022)

Posted on · On Monday's show: We take a closer look at the CDC's new COVID guidelines, we discuss ways to address the crisis in the teaching profession, a local veterinarian answers your questions, and we consider the impact of putting kids under the spotlight of events like the Little League World Series.

Cover art from STARZ show P-Valley and photo of show creator Katori Hall

I SEE U

I SEE U, Episode 53: The Valley of the Shadow of Life

Posted on · Olivier Award-winning playwright, Katori Hall, shares her unguarded perspective on why it took over a decade for her to create the STARZ hit series, P-VALLEY – one of the most intriguing, yet controversial drama series on cable television.