The Infinite Mind airs each Thursday at 4pm and each Saturday at 10am. The national, weekly public radio series focuses on all aspects of mental health, neuroscience, access to care, treatment advances and the mind/body connection.
The Infinite Mind, hosted by Dr. Peter Kramer, is public radio?s most honored and listened to health and science program. The national, weekly public radio series focuses on all aspects of mental health, neuroscience, access to care, treatment advances and the mind/body connection.
The next two years of UIL districts and classifications will be released today. Many area schools are on the cusp of changing classification and will discover their fate today, while teams across the state will find out who their main rivals will be for the next two seasons.
The UIL announced reclassifications and district alignments for the next two years today.
A look at some of the area schools that have seen some classification changes:
Claude the Cajun Catfish will be predicting Mardi Gras weather from Shreveport-Bossier City, and several weekends of activities are planned leading up to Mardis Gras. Enter for a chance to win an overnight stay and prize package. Courtesy of Shreveport-Bossier City Convention and Tourist Bureau.
Swingin' Down the Lane airs each Wednesday evening at 5pm on KETR.
A greeting from David Miller Host and Producer, Swingin' Down The Lane taken from www.bigband-era.com:
We're dedicated to keeping the big band sound alive and well. Big bands have been around since the 1920's, and the recent interest in swing music has rekindled the flame. New generations are thrilling to Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, Count Basie, Tommy Dorsey, Glenn Miller and of course the illustrious Duke Ellington.
KETR is now streaming LIVE over the internet. Stay up-to-date on all your local news and weather, and hear all your favorite programs from anywhere in the world as KETR now provides a Live 24 Internet stream!
Click HERE or HERE to listen to KETR live 24 hours a day over the internet. Catch all the Commerce High School Tigers, A&M-Commerce Lions, and all you favorite NPR and American public Media programs over the internet.