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Drew Morton, PhD, editor of "After Midnight: Watchmen After Watchmen"

Dr. Drew Morton has made an academic career out of studying popular culture: film and TV, video games, comics and more.

The associate professor of mass communications at A&M-Texarkana edited the recent essay collection “After Midnight: Watchmen After Watchmen.”

The book’s contributors together take a deep dive into the HBO series “Watchmen,” a sequel to the classic graphic novel of the same name.

He and Karl talked about how “Watchmen” became a cultural watershed, his other work and a lot more.


"After Midnight"

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LOCAL HISTORY: Dr. W. Dale Weeks on the Cherokee Nation during the Civil War

Dr. W. Dale Weeks has quite a story to tell about the Texarkana region during the Civil War.

It involves a Confederate regiment formed in Bowie County, the Cherokee Nation’s dilemma during the war and the first Black Union regiment to see combat.

It’s all in his book “Cherokee Civil Warrior: Chief John Ross and the Struggle for Tribal Sovereignty,” available now from the University of Oklahoma Press.

He and Karl talked about his research process, the region’s rich Civil War history and why it’s been largely forgotten.


Dr. Weeks' website

"Cherokee Civil Warrior," University of Oklahoma Press

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DOUBLE FEATURE: Bri Taylor on coping with stress and Billy Webb on the New London School explosion

This episode features two interviews rather different from each other.

First, you’ll hear Karl's talk with A&M-Texarkana counselor Bri Taylor. April is Stress Awareness Month, and Bri shared her best advice on how to cope with stressors large and small.

Then you’ll hear a conversation with Billy Webb, a survivor of the 1937 New London, Texas, school explosion.

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Cassandra Speer, "Her True Worth" co-author

For this episode, Gazette reporter Sharda James interviewed Cassandra Speer, co-author of “Her True Worth” and co-leader of a Christian ministry by the same name.

Speer talked about her belief that women are subject to false, contradictory messages about what defines their worth and that only through Christian faith can they find the truth.


"Her True Worth" book website

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Chief Michael Kramm, Texarkana Arkansas Police Dept.

Texarkana, Arkansas, Police Chief Michael Kramm has been on the job since late October 2022.

He and Karl talked about his experience, crime in Texarkana, public perception of law enforcement, his goals for the department and more.

Click here for an extensive Gazette profile of Kramm we published last November.

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Yasmen Ritchey, faith-based yoga instructor

For this episode, guest interviewer Sharda James talks with yoga instructor Yasmen Ritchey about her faith-based take on the practice.

As you'll hear, she sees her classes as a way to invite God into her students' lives. And if you're curious about yoga in general, you'll be interested in her explanation of its benefits.

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Travis Turner trial recap and a visit with Gazette GM/Editor James Bright

In recent weeks, the Travis Turner murder trial has captivated Texarkana. A jury convicted Turner of killing Jennifer Rose Garrett and sentenced him to life in prison.

Karl sat down with Gazette courts reporter Lori Dunn to recap the trial and get her insight on the story.

In the second part of this episode, Karl talked with Gazette general manager and editor James Bright about his recent column. It explains why we need subscribers to keep the paper viable.

Listen for how you can provide the Gazette feedback during a special event next month.

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David Peavy and April Phillips of the Banana Club Players

With Valentine's Day coming up, Texarkana's 1923 Banana Club is doing its part to make sure love is in the air.

Owner David Peavy and a troupe of passionate amateur actors are rehearsing the club's second original dinner theater show. It's called “Texarkana Meets Cupid: A Valentine's Tale.”

Karl talked with Peavy and cast member April Phillips about the romantic comedy, their creative process and their plans for more shows in the future.


Chace Rains

Singer-songwriter Chace Rains talks about the Texarkana music scene, his music-first writing process, the stories behind five original songs, and more.


Chace Rains on Facebook

Erin talked with singer-songwriter The Poet of Texarkana, aka Hunter Clark, about using his songs to connect with others, supporting the Texarkana music scene and much more. He performed five original songs, including "Tune In," written just for the occasion.


The Poet of Texarkana on Facebook


Travis Powell, Elvis tribute artist

Travis Powell has been performing as the King of Rock 'n' Roll since childhood, and he's bringing his authentic take on Elvis to Texarkana's Perot Theatre on Jan. 7, 2023, just a day before Presley's birthday.


Travis Powell on Facebook

Buy tickets to Perot Theatre show


April Matthis: From Texarkana to Broadway

April Matthis has earned a place on the list of most acclaimed artists from Texarkana.

Born and raised on the Texas side, she has honed her craft as an actor for more than two decades. It paid off with two Obie Awards for her off-Broadway work, and now she is making her Broadway debut.

Matthis plays Grace in “The Piano Lesson,” August Wilson’s 1987 Pulitzer Prize-winning drama. She is part of an A-list cast that includes Danielle Brooks, John David Washington and Samuel L. Jackson.

She and Karl talked about her memories of Texarkana, her path to success, her part in the play and more.



Special Report: Taylor Parker death penalty

Gazette reporter Lori Dunn shares details and her impressions of the sentencing of convicted murderer Taylor Parker. On Wednesday, Nov. 9, a Bowie County jury took only an hour and fifteen minutes to impose the death penalty.

Parker killed Reagan Simmons Hancock on Oct. 9, 2020, and cut her unborn daughter, Braxlynn, from her womb.


ALEXANDER COLD CASE: Carla Lewis, childhood friend of victims

In today's episode, we continue our look at the 1981 murders of 14-year-old Karen Alexander and her brother, 13-year-old Gordon Alexander, in Texarkana, Arkansas.

Gazette reporter Mallory Wyatt joined Karl to talk with Carla Lewis, who as a child knew the Alexanders.

Carla shared her memories of her friends and learning they had been killed. She talked about how the crime continues to affect her and most importantly, made a plea for anyone with information to come forward.

If you know anything that could help crack the case, we urge you to call the Texarkana Arkansas Police Department's criminal investigation division at 903-798-3130.


Dallas Ross

Erin talks with R&B singer Dallas Ross, who performs three original songs.


D.Ross on Spotify

Dallas Ross on Facebook


Special Report: Taylor Parker punishment phase, week 1

Karl and Gazette reporter Lori Dunn recap testimony in the first five days of the punishment phase of Taylor Parker's trial.

Parker, 29, was found guilty of capital murder Oct. 3, 2022, for killing Reagan Michelle Hancock, 21, and cutting her infant daughter, Braxlynn Sage Hancock, from the womb Oct. 9, 2020 in New Boston, Texas.

The prosecution is asking for the death penalty, while the defense is arguing for life in prison.


"Rocky Horror" superfan Larry Viezel

Larry Viezel has been passionate about “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” for three decades and is president of the Official Fan Club.

He and Karl talked about the show's history, cast, music and what's made it so special to generations of fans.

Texarkana's Perot Theatre will present “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” on Friday, Oct. 28, 2022.


Tickets: "Rocky Horror" at the Perot

"The Rocky Horror Treasury: A Tribute to the Ultimate Cult Classic"


Kristina Rivas-Jones, 100 Families Alliance

Kristina Rivas-Jones is director of 100 Families Alliance, a new project of the Literacy Council of Miller and Bowie Counties.

100 Families seeks to coordinate services available to families in crisis — and as you'll hear, there are already some local success stories.

Gazette reporter Mallory Wyatt joined Karl in talking to Kristina about how 100 Families works, why she felt called to take on the job, how her personal background prepared her for it, and more.


100 Families on Literacy Council website

100 Families on Facebook



Erin and Karl talk with acoustic duo PHED about the unusual way they came together, their creative process and their influences. With four original songs.

PHED is:

Phoebe Rose, vocals

Ted Stone, guitar

LINK: PHED on Facebook


Special Report: Taylor Parker guilty verdict

Just hours after a Bowie County, Texas, jury found Taylor Parker guilty of capital murder, Gazette reporter Lori Dunn commented on the trial so far. The sentencing phase will begin Oct. 12.


Carl Finch, founder of Brave Combo

Texarkana native Carl Finch founded Brave Combo more than 40 years ago.

Yeah, it's a polka band. But as you'll hear, Brave Combo is more than that.

The group stands for independent thinking and creativity free from peer pressure.

You could say the Brave Combo philosophy is that there's no such thing as a guilty pleasure.

And it all started in a Woolworth store in downtown Texarkana.

Brave Combo will be the musical headliner for Main Street Texarkana's Oktoberfest on the Line on Saturday, Oct. 15, downtown.

LINK: Brave Combo official website


Special Report: Taylor Parker trial week two


Seth Reid

Erin talks with Seth Reid about the influences of his rural McCurtain County, Oklahoma, upbringing, his beginnings singing in church, his love of outlaw country music and more. With three original songs.


Seth Reid on Facebook


Special Report: Taylor Parker trial week one

Texarkana Gazette crime and courts reporter Lori Dunn summarizes the first week of testimony in the capital murder trial of Taylor Parker.

Parker could face the death penalty in the Oct. 9, 2020, killing of expectant mother Reagan Simmons Hancock of New Boston, Texas, and the taking of her unborn child, who also died. Parker has pleaded not guilty.


Capital murder defendant called ‘actress of highest order’

Second day of testimony in Taylor Parker trial focuses on online searches

TAYLOR PARKER TRIAL, DAY 3 | Witnesses describe ‘dome of craziness’ with murder defendant

TAYLOR PARKER TRIAL, DAY 4 | Ex-husband labels defendant a ‘con artist’; investigator alleges web of fake phone calls


Rudy Gatlin of The Gatlin Brothers

After singing together since childhood, Larry, Steve and Rudy Gatlin gained fame in the late 1970s and early 1980s with hits such as “All the Gold in California” and “Houston.”

And The Gatlin Brothers are still performing. Ahead of their Sept. 25, 2022, show at Texarkana's Perot Theatre, Karl checked in with Rudy Gatlin about what keeps the trio going and what their audience can expect.


Gatlin Brothers official website

The Perot Theatre


Dr. Chris Jones, Democratic nominee for Arkansas governor

Dr. Chris Jones is this year's Democratic nominee for Arkansas governor.
During a recent campaign stop in Texarkana, he came by the studio to talk about his story, his platform and his strategy to win votes in a deep red state.
He and Karl spoke about his views on Southwest Arkansas, broadband internet access, education, marijuana legalization, church/state separation, the January 6 insurrection and more.


ALEXANDER COLD CASE: Cheryl Hester, genetic and forensic genealogist

The unsolved murders of young Karen and Gordon Alexander have haunted Texarkana for more than 40 years.

In April 1981, Karen, 14, and Gordon, 13, were found brutally stabbed to death in their Arkansas-side home.

Infamous serial killer Henry Lee Lucas later claimed to be the murderer, but his confession was found to be false.

The case went cold, but interest has recently increased, in large part because of a Facebook group focused on finding justice for Karen and Gordon.

That new spotlight on the case attracted the attention of this episode's guest.

Texarkana native Cheryl Hester is an expert in the emerging science of forensic genealogy.

Karl and Cheryl talked about what that means and how her skills just might lead to a breakthrough in the Alexander case.

LINK: AdvanceDNA


Brain Panic

Erin talks with Brain Panic, a new Texarkana-based punk trio. Singer-songwriter Nicci McCarty tells how her personal mental health struggles inspire the group's songs and how she hopes the band will empower others.

With three original songs recorded live in Starbear Studio.

Note: This episode was recorded in June.

See Brain Panic's Facebook page for their latest performance dates.


Brain Panic is:

Nicci McCarty, vocals and guitar

Glenn Smith, bass

Joe Moorhead, drums


Jrmar Jefferson

In May, Texarkana native Jrmar “JJ” Jefferson won the Democratic nomination to represent Texas' 1st Congressional District in the U.S. House of Representatives. With about 12 weeks until voting begins, we offered Jefferson the opportunity to share his story and views. As you'll hear, he had a lot to say.


O'Malley's Prayer

Irish pub music trio O'Malley's Prayer joined Erin in the studio with songs, stories and a lot of laughs.

LINK: O'Malley's Prayer on Facebook


Bill Owney

Between high gas prices, global supply chain problems and a new headline about electric vehicles practically every day, many people are thinking about what they drive. It was the perfect time to check in with Bill Owney, who writes the Gazette's weekly “Test Drive” car review column.


Yasir "BIG$ Nova Gawd" DeGrate

Texarkana Gazette entertainment reporter Erin DeBlanc interviews poet and musician BIG$ NovaGawd about his journey from Army photographer to performer, entrepreneur and spiritual mentor, and he performs a poem and two original songs.


BIG$ NovaGawd Online:

Spotify artist page

YouTube channel

Facebook page


Trey Outlaw

Recently hired Arkansas High School athletic director and head football coach Trey Outlaw brings a track record of success to his new position. As you'll hear, he has worked with many of the winningest football coaches and programs in Arkansas. Guest host Andrew Bell talked with Outlaw about his goals for the Razorbacks, the team culture he aims to establish, the coming season's roster and a lot more.


Chris LeGrand

Texarkana native Chris LeGrand created Satisfaction: The International Rolling Stones Tribute Show more than 20 years ago. The show has grown into a full-time business for LeGrand, who portrays Stones frontman Mick Jagger. A performance Friday, June 17, at Texarkana's Perot Theatre is one of hundreds Satisfaction will stage this year. He and host Karl Richter talked about how Satisfaction got started, how the group keeps its tribute authentic, life on tour and more.


After Uvalde: PTSD in Children

After the recent mass shooting of elementary school students in Uvalde, Texas, we wanted to talk with someone familiar with childhood trauma who could speak to what the survivors in Uvalde are going through. Cindy Thomas is a licensed professional counselor who has specialized in working with children for more than 20 years. 


Catt Dahman

Texarkana native Catt Dahman is a creative force of nature, with more than 60 novels to her name. She works mostly in the horror genre, and that passion has led her to a new endeavor: movies. In the tradition of filmmakers such as Roger Corman and our own Charles B. Pierce, Catt is busy writing, producing and directing horror movies that have much bigger stories than budgets.



Ren Says Films

Catt Dahman official website

On the Line on Twitter


Christina Tutt

Christina Tutt has been one of the most vocal advocates raising concerns about the Texarkana, Arkansas, Animal Care and Adoption Center. For this episode, she and host Karl Richter talked about the Board of Directors' response; her organization, Texarkana Animal Coalition Team; the state of dog and cat care in the Twin Cities; what she has observed at the animal shelter; and what people can do to help.



Texarkana Animal Coalition Team (TACT), Facebook

Texarkana Animal League

Ark La Tex Animal Clinic

Animal Protection League

Fix TXK, Facebook


George Tobolowsky

Thanks to three prominent exhibitions in the past nine years, sculptor George Tobolowsky has become synonymous with public art in Texarkana. You've probably seen at least one of his pieces, metal sculptures made of objects found in scrap yards and industrial sites.

This week, he installed four new sculptures in Texarkana for an exhibition called “Bending the Rules 3.” While he was in town, he stopped by the studio to talk about his work, his process and his relationship with the Twin Cities.



Related Texarkana Gazette story with photos


Jay Ellington

Since he was hired last summer, City Manager Jay Ellington has been hard at work pursuing his vision for a better Texarkana, Arkansas, including an ambitious plan to turn Front Street Festival Plaza into a more welcoming event venue. In this interview, he and host Karl Richter talked about the plaza project, as well as residents' concerns about streets, flooding and the city Animal Care and Adoption Center.


Les Minor & James Bright

Texarkana Gazette Editor Les Minor is retiring after almost 40 years with the paper, including 35 leading its newsroom. Host Karl Richter sat down with Les to talk about his memories and accomplishments, and what it's like to leave behind the profession to which he has devoted his life. Les's successor, Gazette General Manager James Bright, joined them to talk about his vision for the paper and what readers can expect after the transition.


Allen West

Allen West hopes to upset Texas Gov. Greg Abbott and win the Republican Party's nomination for governor. The retired Army lieutenant colonel, former U.S. House representative and former chair of the Texas GOP spoke to host Karl Richter, three days before early primary voting began. You'll hear why he's taking Abbott on, as well as his views on energy policy, immigration, election integrity and more.



Texarkana Region Primary Election Early Voting Information


LaMoya Burks

LaMoya Burks is the head librarian at Texarkana College's Palmer Memorial Library. She was recently appointed interim executive director of the Young Adult Library Services Association, a division of the American Library Association. In this interview, LaMoya and host Karl Richter talked about her career success, what's different about serving younger library patrons, recent attempts to remove books from library shelves and more.


Christa Henry

In this episode, Texarkana Gazette reporter Andrew Bell joined host Karl Richter to interview Christa Henry, boys' soccer coach at Texarkana's Pleasant Grove High School. As you'll hear, there's no limit to her passion for the game. She talked about the career path that led her to Texarkana, her plans to build a championship team and what it's like to be a woman coaching a boys sport.


Scott Norton

As executive director and CEO of TexAmericas Center, Scott Norton oversees one of the Texarkana region's most important economic assets. That proved true recently, when the Gazette broke the news that an ammunition plant employing 400 people will soon begin operations at the Center.


Darlene Taylor

You may not know Darlene Taylor's name, but there's a good chance you've seen one of the dozens of murals she has painted in the Texarkana area. She and host Karl Richter spoke about her journey from grieving widow to successful small business owner — and how she keeps her creative spirit thriving.


Joe Saul-Sehy (Encore)

Texarkana resident Joe Saul-Sehy's Stacking Benjamins podcast has won awards and gained a loyal audience by providing financial advice with a light, humorous touch. 


Christy Busby Worsham

Christy Busby Worsham is leaving the Texarkana Gazette after more than 30 years as a city government reporter and city editor. In this episode, she and host Karl Richter looked back at some of the most memorable people and stories she encountered during her long career.


Beto O'Rourke

Texas Democrat Beto O'Rourke is back on the campaign trail, this time challenging incumbent Republican Gov. Greg Abbott. The election is almost a year away. But O'Rourke has already begun traveling around the state, stumping in cities large and small.


Chad McCrary

When a motocross accident left Bowie County, Texas, native Chad McCrary without the use of his legs, his first reaction was despair. In this episode, host Karl Richter spoke with Chad about how he overcame that adversity to become a professional bodybuilder, motivational speaker and author.


Lynn LaRowe

Lynn LaRowe's name is very familiar to Texarkana Gazette readers. As the Gazette's longtime legal affairs reporter, Lynn has covered the biggest local crime stories of the last 15 years, as well as hundreds of other cases and lawsuits.


Corrine and Tyron Hinton

This episode features retired Marine Staff Sgt. Tyron Hinton and his wife, Dr. Corrine Hinton, an associate professor of English at Texas A&M University-Texarkana. Tyron had several combat deployments to Iraq and Afghanistan and sustained injuries. Corrine became a military caregiver for her husband and works to bring awareness and help to the parents, friends and partners who serve in caregiving roles for veterans. She is an alumni fellow with the Elizabeth Dole Foundation, which is committed to empowering, supporting and honoring our nation’s military caregivers.


Carol Miles

From Texarkana to New York, L.A. and almost two decades in Paris, Carol Miles has led an extraordinary life. As a pioneering woman of color in the world of high fashion modeling, a singer, a restaurateur and now as a champion of composer Scott Joplin's legacy, she has used her talents to break barriers and better communities.


Jenny Walker

For this week's episode, host Karl Richter spoke with Jenny Walker, executive director of the Literacy Council of Bowie and Miller Counties. She leads the Literacy Council's mission to fill a wide variety of educational gaps in the Texarkana community, and she spoke about some of the exciting new projects and programs the Council has in store. It's a LOT more than just teaching people how to read.


Halloween Special: Scarlett Lewis and Pamula Pierce Barcelou

This special Halloween episode features a double dose of Texarkana thrills and chills. In Part 1, host Karl Richter spoke with Haunted Texarkana Ghost Walk host Scarlett Lewis about the tour and her love of local history, and she shared some of her favorite spooky tales. Part 2 is a conversation with Pamula Pierce Barcelou, whose father, Charles B. Pierce, made two iconic horror movies — “The Legend of Boggy Creek” and “The Town That Dreaded Sundown” — in and around Texarkana, based on true local stories. She spoke about her father's legacy in the horror genre and beyond, and what she's doing to preserve it.


In Memoriam Aaron Brand

Colleagues, friends and loved ones share their thoughts and memories about the late Aaron Brand. Aaron died unexpectedly the weekend of Oct. 2 at his home after a two-decade career as the Texarkana Gazette's features reporter, covering culture, arts and entertainment, among other subjects. Closing music: "I'll Be Seeing You" performed by Marc-Andre Bougie and Candace Taylor.


Mayoral candidates' forum

This episode focused on this 2021's race for mayor in Texarkana, Texas. Mayor Bob Bruggeman was seeking a fifth consecutive term in office. Former City Council member Brian Matthews was challenging him for the seat.


Ina McDowell

Ina McDowell is in the forefront of efforts to bring Texarkana's long-neglected downtown back to thriving life. As executive director of Main Street Texarkana, she works to keep downtown rooted in its past as it progresses into a new future.


Local History: Who was sideshow giant Big Jim Patterson?

When Houston-area technology professional Benny Prince began researching his Ark-La-Tex roots, he had no idea he would meet a character literally larger than life. James Wesley “Big Jim” Patterson, Prince’s great uncle, stood out in the family story as much as his reported 8 foot, 4 inch height stood out among residents of Bloomburg, Texas, where he died on Halloween 1920.


Rob Sitterley

As president and CEO of economic development organization AR-TX REDI, Rob Sitterley leads local efforts to bring new businesses and well-paying jobs to Texarkana. Host Karl Richter talked with Sitterley about what it will take to rev up the regional economy and how REDI has been working to do so since its beginning in 2018.


Betty Jackson Carpenter

September is National Suicide Prevention Month, and for this week's episode host Karl Richter spoke with some of the people leading the regional and local efforts of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. 


Sabrina McCormick

Gazette reporter Aaron Brand interviews longtime Texarkana journalist Sabrina McCormick about her recent travels and studies in Northern Ireland — and Sabrina plays a couple of traditional songs on the harp.


Andrew Clark

As executive director of the Texarkana Symphony Orchestra, Andrew Clark is responsible for one of the Twin Cities' most prominent cultural touchstones. Since 2008, Clark has been in charge of TSO's long range planning, fundraising, development, marketing and administration.


Ray Couch

Ark-La-Tex Comic Con founder Ray Couch has a passion for all things fantasy and sci-fi that's infectious. Host Karl Richter and Couch talked about what's in store at this year's convention — coming up Labor Day weekend — and dug a little deeper into what makes so-called geek culture so popular.


Special Music Episode: Heather Linn and Jase Bryant

In this special episode, arts and entertainment reporter Aaron Brand takes the wheel to introduce and interview local musicians Heather Linn and Jase Bryant. They talked about their musical partnership and performed a few of their original songs.


Benjamin Neuman

Dr. Ben Neuman talks about the science behind the COVID-19 pandemic, the virus that caused it and the vaccines that promise to bring it to an end. Neuman didn't intend to become one of the most trusted science communicators of the COVID-19 pandemic.


Jay Ellington

Host Karl Richter talks with Texarkana, Arkansas, City Manager Jay Ellington about his career, learning about the city and his three-point plan for making it better.


David Orr

Texas-side Interim City Manager David Orr talks about his deep Texarkana roots and all the latest in city government, including some of the big projects coming up in the second half of the year.


Joe Saul-Sehy

In the debut episode of "On the Line," Karl Richte talks with Texarkana financial adviser and award-winning podcaster Joe Saul-Sehy, creator and co-host of "The Stacking Benjamins Show" and co-author of the forthcoming book "STACKED: Your Super Serious Guide to Modern Money Management."