Sunday Focus

Mix 92.9's Public Affairs program, Focus, airs Sunday mornings from 5:00 to 5:30. Guests talk with Anna Marie about issues facing your community, your state, your health and your livelihood. Have questions or comments? Have ideas for the show? Let us know here!

Recent Posts

09/13/2014 - 4:12pm
Anna is joined by Will Connelly from the Metro Homelessness Commission. Will speaks with Anna about people in Nashville who are experiencing homelessness. They discuss reasons as to why someone might end up experiencing homelessness as well as some... >> more
09/05/2014 - 8:43pm
Anna is joined by Joe Bass of Metro Nashville Public Schools. They discuss all of the new changes that parents and students can expect for this school year, such as two free meals at school that are regulated by the USDA for their nutritional value... >> more
09/05/2014 - 8:40pm
Anna is joined by Tammy Algood from the Department of Agriculture. Together they discuss techniques to keep your food fresh, benefits to shopping from local farmers and educational facilities available for children to learn more about food. In... >> more

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  • Preview This Week's Show: Domestic Abuse Awareness

    This week Anna is discussing domestic violence with a couple of different guests. First she will be speaking with Captain Kay Lokey from the Domestic Violence Division of the Nashville Metro Police Department. They will discuss the warning signs of domestic violence as well as the steps an abused person can take to improve their situation.

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  • Last Week's Show: Helping the Youth of Nashville

    Anna is joined by Jeannie Vraciu, the President of Assistance League Nashville, and John Midgley, Supervisor of Child Youth Crisis Services. Anna will discuss a couple of very different ways that Assistance League and Child Youth Crisis Services are helping the youth of Nashville. Jeannie and Assistance League are using donations to help clothe and feed the underprivileged children in Metro schools, while John and Child Youth Crisis are helping young people that are experiencing crisis and dealing with different forms of mental illness.

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