Did you know that the first Coca-Cola was in Vicksburg, MS, not Atlanta, GA? There are 5 cities in Mississippi that are prominent on the Coca-Cola trail. Author, Larry Jorgensen, stopped by Good Things with Rebecca Turner to share Coke’s Mississippi story. Find a copy of The Coca-Cola Trail Vicksburg : Lorelei Books, Court House Museum, … Continue reading “Mississippi’s Coca-Cola Trail”
Some of the best chefs in the Southeast have gotten their start at BRAVO! To celebrate this legacy of excellence they have invited them home for a night like BRAVO! has never seen before. Executive Chef and Co-owner of BRAVO!, Dan Blumenthal and guest Chef Jay Parmegiani stopped by The Metro to share the details … Continue reading “Homecoming Dinner in The Metro”
JJ Jasper is a veteran morning on-air radio personality, best-selling author, comedian, dedicated Christian and devoted family man. He authored the book, Losing Cooper: Finding Hope to Grieve Well after their family experienced the tragic death of their five-year-old son Cooper. The book shares their journey through the darkness but offers real hope to anyone experiencing … Continue reading “Finding Hope to Grieve Well”
Toni Soto lives with cerebral palsy, but she doesn’t let those obstacles keep her from living her best (and strongest) life. With a little courage and determination, Tono makes the seemingly impossible, possible. Hear how Toni is taking her fitness to the next level, competing in a fitness competition and looking to tackle a 5K.
Forty-one students from 29 community colleges visited Stennis Space Center for the NASA Community College Aerospace Scholars event. Students were divided into teams to compete for a fictitious NASA contract to design the most reliable and cost-efficient Mars rover prototype. Hear a first-hand experience from one of the students here.
C Spire is on a mission to transform Mississippi one neighborhood at a time. By leveraging 5G fixed wireless technology and our commitment to community, they aim to give Mississippians more choices and opportunities than ever before. This is the internet service you’ve been waiting for—fast, consistent, flat-fee data that enables you to stream, watch, play, and … Continue reading “There is a new internet speed in town.”
Making a living and making a life are two very different things. The Homestead Education Center in Starkville, Mississippi provides an avenue for teaching what they call “real living” in a warm and curious environment. Alison Buehler’s family moved back to Mississippi and decided to get back to the basics of living. She joined the conversation … Continue reading “Homestead Living in Mississippi”
There will be a benefit concert in two parts for the Refill Cafe to be followed by a free ice cream social courtesy of Sal & Mookie’s! For their third season, The Summer Women’s Chorus of Jackson has selected a theme of “love” for its program to be presented on Tuesday, July 10th at St. … Continue reading “Mississippi’s Refill Cafe”
The Skills Foundation of Mississippi seeks to facilitate greater collaboration between the public and private sectors and develop strategies for the purpose of increasing Mississippi’s supply of skilled workforce. Garrett McInnis and Patrick Sullivan joined the Good Things conversation to share news of a new online tool, you can use to learn about alternative workforce … Continue reading “The Skills Foundation of Mississippi”
Tired of serving the same ole hamburgers and hotdogs? Spice up your summer cookouts with tips for the Debutante Farmer, Elizabeth Heiskell. Elizabeth’s latest cookbook, What Can I Bring? Southern food for any occasion life serves up, offers recipes perfect for your outdoor feast. Delicious Tip: One of Elizabeth’s go-to sauces is simply to mix … Continue reading “Summer Cookout Tips”
Mississippi has 81 dairy farm families in operation, milking approximately 9,500 milk cows. June is Dairy Month and time to celebrate the hard work dairy farmers do year round. Not to mention, the delicious and nutritious package that comes in a tall glass of milk, cheese and yogurt. Learn more about June Dairy Month. … Continue reading “June Dairy Month in Mississippi”
At the age of 55, Dan Henley picked up the banjo and taught himself how to play, like his grandfather once did. Today, you’ll find Dan and his wife traveling Mississippi, entertaining folks with their ole time music and good cheer. Dan even played a little jig for us on Good Things with Rebecca Turner.