American troops in the field during World War I.
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The Second Great War

The Texas Tech University Institute for the Study of Western Civilization is launching a symposium called the “Shadow of the Great War,” featuring lectures, films and exhibits. Dr. Jay Winter joins the Front Row to give more information.

How did you get interested in history and studying the Great War, World War I?

When I was an undergraduate at Columbia in the 60s, my dad had a project for me, which was to become a doctor. I never realized his dream and in the...

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Paintings by Carol Howell that can be seen at the tour.
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Annual Lubbock Studio Tour

The annual Lubbock studio tour is this weekend. On today’s Front Row we will take you inside the home of, Carol Howell, one of this year’s participants.

Why don’t you show us around a little bit.

Well we have five different artists, including myself. We have Ron Simons, who does jewelry and he comes with a beautiful display. It’s all handcrafted. He’s an unbelievable technician and artist. He’s just fabulous and does amazing and delicate, and very fine work. He will...

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Throughout life, the notion of play comes up often. We play the field, play the stock market, play by ear. Play enters myriad aspects of living. Play is also this year’s theme for Texas Tech’s Humanities Center and students, faculty and staff, and Lubbock residents can all benefit.

Allison Whitney, a co-director of the Humanities Center, says play has a ton of different meanings.

American troops in the field during World War I.
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The Texas Tech University Institute for the Study of Western Civilization is launching a symposium called the “Shadow of the Great War,” featuring lectures, films and exhibits. Dr. Jay Winter joins the Front Row to give more information.
 

How did you get interested in history and studying the Great War, World War I?

Music Crossroads of Texas: Donnie Allison
 

“Call of the Wild” – Impeccable
“Traces of Time” Impeccable
“I Don’t Mind” – The Nelsons
“Girls in Sweat Suits” – The Nelsons
“Radio Flyer” – The Nelsons
“Years of War” – The Nelsons
“Nuke the Prom” – The Nelsons
“Peggy Sue” – Donnie Allison
“True Love Ways” – Donnie Allison
“Caldonia” – Donnie Allison
“Drowning in Memories” – Donnie Allison
“Groove Me” – Donnie Allison
“Chain Gang” – The JDs
“Five O’clock World” – The JDs

Paintings by Carol Howell that can be seen at the tour.
Clint Barrick

The annual Lubbock studio tour is this weekend. On today’s Front Row we will take you inside the home of, Carol Howell, one of this year’s participants.
 

Why don’t you show us around a little bit.

Well we have five different artists, including myself. We have Ron Simons, who does jewelry and he comes with a beautiful display. It’s all handcrafted. He’s an unbelievable technician and artist. He’s just fabulous and does amazing and delicate, and very fine work. He will be here all day, both days, and will show you his work.

What’s next?

In 1957, the Soviet Union sent a small dog into orbit around Earth. Laika became the first living creature to circle the planet. But for Laika it was a suicide mission. Space officials, under orders from Nikita Khrushchev to hurry to launch Sputnik II so it coincided with the 40th anniversary of the Bolshevik Revolution, had no plan to bring the small dog back.
 

Data mining is everywhere these days. We found someone to explain how marketers use that data.
 

I’m Deidre Popovich. I’m an assistant professor of marketing in the Rawls College of Business at Texas Tech. And I teach marketing research and analysis, and I also teach consumer behavior.

Marketing is the ability to interact with your customer as a company, so marketing is really about building relationships with customers and getting them interested in your product or your service and conveying to them that you’re offering them some sort of value.

NPR Midterm Elections Live Blog

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Follow live coverage of the 2018 midterm elections, including results and analysis. Get caught up on the latest news.
 

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Music Crossroads of Texas: Guy Clark Tribute
 

“Desperados Waiting for the Train” – Jerry Jeff Walker
“Texas 1947” – Guy Clark
“LA Freeway” – Guy Clark
“Don’t Let the Sunshine Fool You” – Townes Van Zandt
“Texas Cookin” – Guy Clark
“The Houston Kid” – Guy Clark
“Heartbroke” – Ricky Skaggs
“Homegrown Tomatoes” – Guy Clark
“Old Friends” – Terry Allen
“The Randall Knife” – Guy Clark
“My Favorite Picture of You” – Guy Clark
“Cheer Up Little Darling” – Angaleena Presely & Guy Clark

Join First United Methodist Church for this profound, reflective masterwork, Requiem Opus 9 by organist and composer Maurice Duruflé. The FUMC Chancel Choir, soloists and chamber orchestra present deeply moving music for All Saints Day. Dr. Seung-Won Cho, Director of Traditional Music Ministries and Senior Organist at FUMC joins The Front Row to tell us more about the concert.

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