Miss The Metro Today? Here are all our interviews for you. Tonya From Bravo on their Re-Opening after the remodel What’s Up at WellsFest Help the Shriner’s Help Others Wrestlers in the House
Alex Coats with Ardenland stops in to talk about all the great live shows that are coming up in the area.
Sarah Ulmer talks with Mary Alex Thigpen with the Mississippi Children’s Museum
MS Board of Nursing’s Executive Director Phyllis Polk, CFO and Director of Operations Shan Montgomery and General Counsel Brett Thompson-May join Mary Wieden to talk about nursing in Mississippi.
Virgi Lindsay, new member of Jackson City Council and now former Queen of Belhaven, stops in to chat with Mary Wieden about new ideas for Jackson.
Mary sits down with Nancy New and Dr. Richard Sutton with New Summit School to talk about how they educate children who learn differently than most.
Author Jene Barranco joined Mary to talk about her new book “Good Night, I Love You” a revealing look into her life after the tragic loss of her husband in a car crash in 2011 that left her a widow and her teen aged kids fatherless.
Smokin’ on the Rez is up for Septemeber 16th. Bobby Cleveland calls into The Metro to talk with Sarah Ulmer about the event.
Do you know your stern from your bow? Jim Leggette stops buy to talk sailing with Sarah Ulmer and Perez.
Chef Simon Burns with Seafood R’evolution comes on The Metro with Sarah Ulmer to talk the Homegrown Heroes Dinner on Tuesday, September 19, 2017.
Amanda Crawford stops by to discuss a new Hope Lodge here in the area with Sarah Ulmer.
We had Lucas Simmons with Lucky Town Brewery and Matthew McLaughlin hangin with Sarah Ulmer and Perez. Beer was discussed! Listen in…