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In a continued effort to provide relevant, interesting and engaging programming to our statewide audience, MPB Think Radio provides Mississippi Edition, a weekday news magazine program. Mississippi Edition, hosted by Karen Brown, features the latest news of the day and interviews with the people who are making the news themselves. The program not only provides Mississippi news but also addresses the ways that national and world news affects our state. Join Karen Brown as she shares the lates ...
 
Each week, horticulturalist Felder Rushing shares stories, answers questions and just talks gardening. Of course, you’ll hear a bit of “cheesy music” in every program and you might hear a bad joke or two as well. The Gestalt Gardener is a long-time favorite on MPB Think Radio, due in no small part to Felder’s laid-back, your-neighbors-might-talk-but-so-what approach to gardening. Email Felder anytime at garden@mpbonline.org and listen Friday mornings at 9 and Saturday mornings at 10 to The G ...
 
Everyday Tech is MPB Think Radio's weekly program about consumer technology. Wiltz is an IT expert. Jeremy is a computer repair ace. Jay is the show's host. All three guys love to tinker with the latest tech gadgets. Each episode the guys talk about the last news, issues, and products in consumer technology, and they troubleshoot problems posed by the show's callers. Everyday Tech airs Wednesday mornings at 11e/10c on Mississippi Public Broadcasting's Think Radio network, can be seen on MPB ...
 
Next Stop, Mississippi is your on-air source for information about upcoming events and attractions across the state. Get to know the real Mississippi! Each week MPB alongside MDA Division of Tourism, will highlight well-known and unknown places in Mississippi with the best food, parks, music and arts. We’ll not only tell you what’s going on in your neck of the woods but also share the history and people behind the markets, sporting events, concerts, fairs and festivals all over Mississippi. ...
 
There’s more to a recipe besides add a pinch of salt and a dash of pepper. Pull up a chair to Deep South Dining and get a new recipe that you can try or you can share one of your own. Having some friends over and don’t know what to cook? Does everybody go crazy over your specialty dish? What’s the story behind your family’s secret sauce? It’s the history behind true southern cooking. It’s Deep South Dining! Monday mornings at 9 on MPB Think Radio. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-ou ...
 
email: legalterms@mpbonline.org In Legal Terms, hosted by Professor Richard Gershon from the University of Mississippi School of Law with some of Mississippi's top legal leaders and experts as guests, airs Tuesday mornings at 10 am central on MPB Think Radio and on mpbonline.org Have you ever wanted to know the definition of a legal term? Do you find yourself wondering what your rights are when it comes to your property, marriage, or health? If you answered yes to one of those questions, In ...
 
Each week, members of MAC's staff host The Mississippi Arts Hour, a radio program broadcast on Mississippi Public Broadcasting's FM and digital radio networks. The show features interviews with Mississippi artists, musicians, craftspeople, and others involved in arts and culture from around the state. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
You’ve probably seen his work in a newspaper near you, but now, you can put a voice to the name. On Now You’re Talking with Marshall Ramsey, you’ll hear commentary on the latest news, punch-lines from his latest cartoons, interviews with fellow cancer survivors he’s met along the way and compelling stories of known and unknown people, places, and things of Mississippi. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Do you have a leaky faucet? Would you like to put a ceiling fan in your bedroom? Or maybe you want to mount a flat screen TV to the wall? Welcome to Fix It 101! Whether it’s a plumbing problem or an electrical question, call in and find out if you can do that home repair yourself or if you need to call a professional. You may be handier than you think you are! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
email: money@mpbonline.org Money Talks airs Tuesday mornings at 9 Central Time on MPB Think Radio and over the internet at mpbonline.org Money Talks focuses on personal finance as it applies to Mississippians. In any given week, we’ll talk about anything from preparing your taxes to saving for college or investing in the stock market. Our experts are Dr. Nancy Lottridge-Anderson, President of New Perspectives and Ryder Taff, portfolio manager at New Perspectives. Nancy and Ryder are both Cha ...
 
Music From Brasil Podcast e um programa de musica brasileira, a cada mes trazendo um novo artista que vai conversar ao vivo no programa sobre o seu trabalho e mostrar um pouco de sua musica. Aqui voce ouve MPB, JAZZ e MUSICA INSTRUMENTAL, sempre brasileira. Gravado no estudio do selo Buena Onda em Sao Paulo, Brasil, o programa e gerado originalmente em portugues e com versoes dubladas ao ingles e espanhol. Ouca e divirtase aproveitando de entrevistas interesantes e musica da melhor qualidade.
 
Our Graphic Design team wants your next project look perfect. They want to help you in the design stage so your concept will print without problems. These mini classes will touch on some of the common issues our team faces. They will walk you through step by step so you will be confident your print job will run smoothly.
 
Welcome to My Parents' Basement (MPB) Podcast! MPB is is a reflective life commentary, guest interview, and story sharing show hosted by YouTuber Ralph (and sometimes his lovely wife Lou) from Ralph & Lou (http://youtube.com/ralphandlou).Broadcasting from their parents' basements, Ralph & Lou tell stories of recent comedic life events that brought them to living with their parents as a married couple, almost 30 years old. Ralph also interviews an array of interesting guests who define succes ...
 
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Episode 27 - Tom Sheehan (Indecision, Colossus, MPB, Axe to Grind Podcast) Podcasts for you and me/not the fuckin' industryyy I'm sorry for that. Tom and I talk about L&B, seeing the entire Inside Out 7inch covered at a single show, humbling experiences, Oz, the writing process, and quite a bit more. Covers Discussed Include Just Like Heaven - Dino…
 
March is National Women’s History Month so today we’re continuing our look at phenomenal Mississippi women. CEO and founder of Shower Power MS, Teresa Renkenberger and Operations Manager, Mary Ann Kirby. Listen as they share the story of how their mission grew to create a shower of blessings for Jackson’s homeless population. For more information a…
 
As we continue our 50th Anniversary celebration, we turn our attention this week to Public Health. COVID-19 has given most of us a fresh appreciation for our healthcare professionals. We look at how far public health in Mississippi has evolved by dipping into this interview from 1975 when Ms. Edith Reece ended her thirty-five-year career as a publi…
 
Progress is made restoring water to Jackson residents, but the symptoms of a old and crumbling infrastructure remain. Then, state faith leaders send a unified message of support for Medicaid expansion. Plus, a coalition of health advocates press the legislature for a higher cigarette tax. Segment 1: An estimated five thousand residents in Jackson h…
 
Larry Morrisey visits with opera conductor Christopher James Ray. Ray is the resident conductor at Opera San Jose and a native of Sumrall, Mississippi. They talk about Ray's career and his recent work conducting a production of the opera "Three Decembers" that was presented virtually and has received a lot of favorable press in the opera community.…
 
Dreams are stories and images that our minds create while we sleep. They can be entertaining, fun, romantic, disturbing, frightening, and sometimes bizarre. Listen as Dr. Susan Buttross along with counselor and dream expert, Karen Bonner, discuss the science behind dreams and what they really mean. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out info…
 
Community leaders in Jackson speak out as the city’s water problems persist. Then, Mississippi lawmakers send a bill to the Governor that would bar transgender students from playing sports with their identified gender. Plus, the legislature moves one step closer to creating a Conservation Trust Fund. Segment 1: Residents in the Capital City are sti…
 
Health and municipal leaders respond the the Governor’s decision to roll back mitigation efforts: And restoration of water in the Capital city takes a step backwards. Then, a teacher pay raise is hanging by a thread in the state legislature. We hear from one professional education group. Plus, in our book club - "The Life and Legacy of B. B. King.”…
 
The Governor roll backs restrictions on mask wearing and gatherings while advocating vaccinations. Then, the long-promised teacher pay raise sits in legislative limbo. We look at how and if the raise will come this year. Plus, after a Southern Remedy Health Minute, we examine how yesterday's Supreme Court hearing could affect voting rights in Missi…
 
March is National Woman’s History Month so all month long we’ll feature phenomenal Mississippi woman who are making a difference. This week, we’re sitting down and talking with multi-talented singer/songwriter, author and Mississippi native Jenny Simmons about her new children’s book, I Can Say No. Listen as she shares her story and gives tips on h…
 
On this episode, Dr. Susan Buttross along with author, Jenny Simmons talks about her new children's book, I Can Say No. Listen as they discuss why is it so difficult for adults, and kids to say no and feel good about it and how you can start to harness that "superpower". For more information about Jenny Simmons and to order the book, I Can Say No, …
 
If you’re a regular listener to MPB Think Radio, you are a regular listener to news stories. Today, our experts are going to translate those news stories to how that information affects you – in Mississippi. Income tax, stimulus payments, minimum wage retail sales collections special perpose acquisitions new Treasury Secretary cryptocurrencies Inco…
 
What do you know about drones? Are you involved in piloting one? Have you ever had one fly over your house while you were in the backyard? Our guests Michelle Hanlon, Co-Director of the Center for Air and Space Law and an instructor of aviation and space law, and law student Nestor Delgado will be here to answer your questions. Our experts want to …
 
Water outages continue in Jackson as treatment and distribution facilities struggle to reach pressure levels high enough to service parts of the city. Then, the Mississippi Tax Freedom Act receives scrutiny from policy analysts and state leaders. Plus, the Mississippi's Public Service Commission announces a comprehensive review of the the state's u…
 
O.C. McDavid never wanted to be THE Editor of the Jackson Daily News because he didn't want to be the face of the paper at official functions, nor did he want to be a firebrand "pulpiteer" in the image of Fred Sullens or Hodding Carter, Jr. Instead, he wanted to be the man who put out the "best newspaper in the world." 1975 - As a boy, O. C. McDavi…
 
Dr. Josie Bidwell, Associate Professor of Preventive Medicine at UMMC, continues to broadcast via skype to observe safety guidelines amid the pandemic. This week, she talks to registered dietitian Dr. Elena Dent. They discuss the new dietary guidelines, how to read nutrition labels and answer listener question about the Subway diet and sources of v…
 
The water crisis in the Capital City continues as residents face prolonged outages. City officials weigh in. Then, the coronavirus vaccination rollout accelerates following delays brought on by last month’s winter storm. Plus, an analysis of the Mississippi Tax Freedom Act. Segment 1: Residents in parts of the capital city have been without running…
 
#FetaPasta has tracked millions of views on Tik Tok and has made feta hard to find. Malcolm and Carol talk about the feta phenomenon and welcome back to the show the official silent partner of Deep South Dining, LeAnne Doss Gault. A delightful home cook she almost makes a stir with her post on the Cooking & Coping Facebook page. Also, Deep South Di…
 
Sarah Story speaks with curator Ryan Dennis about the newly opened Dusti Bongé exhibition at the Mississippi Museum of Art. Widely considered to be the first Mississippi artist to work consistently in a Modernist style, the exhibition includes works from throughout Dusti Bongé's career. Visitors will be able to experience her paintings, works on pa…
 
After a week of being iced in place, Felder was really happy to walk into the studio for today's garden party. He was ready for this week's round of southern gardening questions because his answers were already prepared. Bouglification was a big topic on today's show as many gardens could not handle the sudden drop in temperature last week. Inbetwe…
 
Residents of the capital city continue to face water outages following last week’s winter storm. Then, a Mississippi agency assigned to distribute millions in federal pandemic relief funds is under pressure to get the program going or risk losing the money. Plus, the Mississippi Economic Council responds to the House’s fast-tracked tax plan. Segmen…
 
Lawmakers in the House introduce legislation to eliminate the Pink tax. And, one leader from the hospital association weighs in on the debate on expanding Medicaid. Then, Mississippi State University recognizes the power of storytellers. Plus, in our Book Club: “I AM A MAN: Civil Rights Photographs in the American South, 1960–1970.” Segment 1: Hous…
 
After an unexpected off week, the Fix-It 101 crew is back together with plenty to talk about. The historic ice storm that kept the handyman hangout from opening last week has home generators and busted pipes on everyone's mind. While answers this week of home improvement questions Pam, Jeff, and Jason talk about the proper generator you might need …
 
The House passes a reformative tax bill that could eliminate the personal income tax while raising other use taxes Then, the Governor announces expanded coronavirus vaccine eligibility to teachers and first responders. Plus, after a Southern Remedy Health Minute, the Winter Institute uses an art contest to engage the state's youth in the racial rec…
 
Episode 26: Lee-Acosta Lewis (Division of Mind, Hard Stripes, The Warehouse) & Larg C. (The Warehouse) February is running a little bit different as we are focusing a little bit more on the word "Lovers" this month as we'll have a running series with some of my favorite PARTNERS in the community that have picked covers to talk about. This is the la…
 
Guest: attorney Kelly Kyle from Kyle Wynn & Associates http://www.kyle-wynn.com/ Calls: trust and probate life insurance power of attorney and advanced health care directives life tennant dementia what can go into a trust heirs at law estate planning - special needs trust Past podcasts with Kelly Kyle 3/27/2018 titled Avoiding Probate and 3/5/2019 …
 
Guests: MDES Executive Director, Jackie Turner, Deputy Executive Director-General Counsel, John Garrett, and Director, Office of ReEmployment Assistance, Erma Cook Hosts: Dr. Nancy Lottridge-Anderson, President of New Perspectives and Ryder Taff, portfolio manager at New Perspectives. Nancy and Ryder are both Chartered Financial Analysts and Ryder …
 
Lawmakers draft legislation to clarify the definition of hazing and stipulate penalties for institutions failing to report violations. Then, restoration of power across the state is nearly complete following last-week's generational winter storm. We hear from Entergy Mississippi on the storm's impact and the recovery process. Plus, the William Wint…
 
On today's episode, Marshall talks with Will Crossley, President of Piney Woods Country Life School. Listen as he talks about his personal journey and the past, present and future of the historic institution whose sole purpose is to educate the heads, hands, and hearts of students. For more information about how you can help Piney Woods School stud…
 
Dr. Josie Bidwell, Associate Professor of Preventive Medicine at UMMC, continues to broadcast via skype to observe safety guidelines amid the pandemic. This week, she talks about weight loss. She discusses setting weight loss goals, gives a listener some healthy cooking tips and hears a personal weight loss story from a listener. See acast.com/priv…
 
The mayor of the Capital city assesses the city’s infrastructure and water challenges following a week-long winter storm. Then, vaccine hesitancy continues to be prominent within the Black community - including health care workers. Plus, the Society of Archivists responds to a bill designed to restructure of the board of Archives and History. Segme…
 
A week of snow, ice and frigid temperatures made commuting hazardous. We check in with MDOT for the latest on how Mississippi’s roadways are faring. Then, Wednesday night’s wave of winter precipitation resulted in power outages across the state. We hear from the public service commission on the effort to restore electricity. Plus, Mississippi Congr…
 
As Mississippi unthaws from a historic ice storm, Malcolm and Carol are back to talk about their experience of the past couple of weeks and what they have been eating during these crazy days. For one of our host's popcorn has been on the top of that list. Also as we move through Black History Month, Martina Barksdale rejoins the show to give an upd…
 
From a young age Patrick Carr dreamed of being a pilot in the Army Air Corps, even sending for literature from Jackson when he was twelve. After the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor and the United States entered WWII, nineteen year old Carr enlisted in the Army Air Corps determined to make that dream a reality. Unfortunately, Carr washed out of the pil…
 
A second wave of ice and snow swept through the central and northern parts of the yesterday. We visit with the National Weather Service on the outlook for the days ahead. Then, a Mississippi Congressman uses legislation from 1871 as grounds to sue former President Trump. Plus, in our Book Club, "Eudora Welty: Photographs." Segment 1: A second wave …
 
Some of this week’s ice and snow have begun to slowly melt away, but more freezing temperatures and precipitation could be on the way. We hear from the national weather service. Then, Mississippi’s roadways have been hazardous as a result of the generational winter storm. We talk to the highway patrol. Plus, with frigid temperatures expecting to re…
 
Episode 25 - Pat Cozens (Restraining Order) & Danielle Versteeg (LIHC) February is running a little bit different as we are focusing a little bit more on the word "Lovers" this month as we'll have a running series with some of my favorite PARTNERS in the community that have picked covers to talk about. I get my podcast stolen by my two friends. Pla…
 
The sleet and snow have moved out, but the frigid air remains. We check in with the National Weather Service on how long it will stay and if more wintery precipitation is on the way. Then, this week’s winter storm has left Mississippi’s roads icy and has created other hazardous conditions. We hear from MEMA on the state’s response. Plus, the Small …
 
A winter storm brings ice and snow to the Magnolia State. We look at the forecast and the conditions on Mississippi's roads Then, Dr. Fauci joins Mississippi health officials and Tougaloo College to discuss vaccine access in the state's Black communities. Plus, the Human Rights Campaign responds to recent legislation. Segment 1: Much of the state i…
 
Leslie Barker talks with this year’s Governor’s Arts Awards honoree for Excellence in Literature, Jesmyn Ward. The first woman to win the National Book Award twice, a recipient of a McArthur Genius Grant, and one of Time Magazine’s Most Influential People of 2018, Ward’s writing pulls deeply from her Mississippi roots. It’s a conversation about sto…
 
Mississippi is scheduled for a deep freeze and some of your plants will not make it. As Felder says throughout the show, that is just a part of gardening. But all is not lost because there are some tips to help your plants make it through the frigid temperatures. Between answering your southern gardening questions Felder and his friend Gary Bachman…
 
With winter weather advisories expected across the state this weekend, we check in with the national weather service about the chances for rain, ice, and snow. Then, a bill to allow collegiate athletes to profit off their likeness turns into a debate over gender identity. Plus, Facebook is rolling out $120 million dollars in an effort to localize v…
 
Tensions rise on the Senate floor as the chamber passes a voter purge bill. Then, we examine the roll community health centers are playing in bringing vaccines to the state’s under-served. Plus, in our Book Club, being black in Mississippi in “I Don’t Like the Blues: Race, Place and the Backbeat of Black Life.” Segment 1: Mississippians who vote oc…
 
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