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  • This week, Don reviews “The Girl from the Red Rose Motel” by Susan Beckham Zurenda.
  • Can you spot the decoration that is not supposed to be there? (Hint: cat face)
    Christmas decorations make the house look so festive, but they can cause problems for our furry friends who may not understand the dangers posed by those seasonal additions to their living spaces!
  • There's Pigs. Hogs. Ham. Sounders. And even Litters. In this week's Keeping It Real commentary, Cam Marston wishes everyone a Happy Thanksgiving, .
  • This week, Don reviews “Bartleby & Me: Reflections of an Old Scrivener” by Gay Talese.
  • Life for a shelter dog is stressful, and the longer its stay at the shelter, the more stressful it can be.
  • Cam and his wife went to a football game in Oxford, MS and tailgated with his daughter in the Grove. Here's how it went:
  • Black people historically have a lack of trust in the healthcare system because of medical experimentations, like the Tuskegee Experiment, where for 40 years, the US Public Health Service conducted a study of untreated Syphilis in Black men. Researchers didn’t collect informed consent and they didn’t offer treatment, even when it was widely available.This week, Robin Boylorn traces the history of medical racism, by rejecting stereotypes that lead to medical malpractice in order to achieve ethical healthcare outcomes for Black people.
  • This week, Don reviews "From the Montgomery to the Matterhorn: Reflections on Life in My Two Homelands" by Betty Amstutz Gerson.
  • It is not easy to say goodbye to a long-time pet, even when they are elderly, but Bobi was in a class all by himself!
  • We're out own worst enemy. We've heard it many times. This week, Cam Marston shares how he's found that message through many different sources.
  • This week, Don reviews "When Two Feathers Fell from the Sky" by Margaret Verble.
  • We like to include our furry friends in our celebrations, but Halloween can be more than scary for our pets - it can be dangerous!