William Bray is founder and president of the Georgia Fine Arts Academy. At the University of Baltimore, while teaching psychology, Mr. Bray established the film department teaching courses in Filmmaking as an Art Medium. He then founded the Baltimore Experimental Film Society to encourage young filmmakers. William also completed Harvard University's Institute in Arts Administration. He was the first executive director of the Rehoboth Art League's art school and galleries in Delaware, pioneering exhibits in banks and commercial locations. He was the first executive director of the Rome Area Council for the Arts and served as the president of the Georgia Assembly of Community Arts Agencies. Mr. Bray is founder and president of Bilbo Books editing and publishing services and management.
During Open Lines, George offered a special topic line to find out how callers have played the cards they've been dealt in life. Chris said he had a rough last year, enduring unemployment and the loss of his girlfriend, who died in his arms one night as they slept. Despite his tragic circumstances, Chris managed to find a positive outlook and said things have recently started to look up for him.Sarah from North Dakota was not so upbeat about her life. She told George she suffers from depression and a host of health problems: chronic pain, diabetes, amputated foot, and peripheral neuropathy. Only 39 years old, Sarah said she feels "stuck in a 90 year old body riddled with pain." She admitted having been very close to giving up.A Caller in California listed some of his rotten cards, which included contracting meningitis, drowning in a bath tub, losing an eye in a bb gun accident, and being robbed at gun point and shot. The caller said he remains positive on life and beli ... More »Host: George Noory