6th Starkville Restaurant Week

The Starkville Convention & Visitors Bureau is very pleased to announce the 6th annual STARKVILLE RESTAURANT WEEK on April 22-29, 2018. Starkville Restaurant Week aims to showcase the very best culinary specialties Mississippi’s College Town has to offer! You’ll enjoy 7 full days of sampling our best breakfast, lunch, dinner and every snack in between. … Continue reading “6th Starkville Restaurant Week”

Mississippi Autism Screening Day

New Summit School recently opened the Spectrum Academy to help provide individualized education opportunities to children diagnosed with autism. Understanding that awareness and early screening is key to getting children on the right track to education, New Summit is hosting  a Mississippi Autism Screening Day. Brittany Bell the director of the Spectrum Academy stopped by … Continue reading “Mississippi Autism Screening Day”

Declutter Hacks for Mississippians

One of the most important benefits of organizing yours daily spaces is reduced STRESS.  Simply having a more efficient system to keep track of your family’s to-dos and daily living can help minimize stress and frustrations. Diane Ryan is an expert at decluttering your entire home and organizing any room to achieve a sense of … Continue reading “Declutter Hacks for Mississippians”

Choral students from UM sang at Carnegie Hall

Fifty of Ole Miss Concert Singers recently performed at Carnegie Hall. Brady Bramlett is a graduate student and former starting pitcher for the Rebels baseball team. He also has a talented voice and has performed the national anthem at Ole Miss football and basketball games. Brady accompanied his fellow singers to New York City and joined … Continue reading “Choral students from UM sang at Carnegie Hall”

Ohr-O’Keeffe Museum Hosts Mississippi’s Bicentennial Art Exhibition

The Mississippi Museum of Art is celebrating the state’s bicentennial year by curating twelve exhibitions for twelve cities across the state called, Art Across Mississippi: Twelve Exhibitions, Twelve Communities. The city of Biloxi was selected to host one of these special exhibitions. The Ohr-O’Keeffe Museum of Art will host Fine/Folk: Modes of Representation in African American Art, … Continue reading “Ohr-O’Keeffe Museum Hosts Mississippi’s Bicentennial Art Exhibition”

Mississippi BBQ Princess

Leslie Roark is a Mississippi girl living and working in the mostly male barbeque world. She joined us in studio to chat about the frustrations, joys and disappointments that come with trying to make a living in a barbecue dominated world at Ubon’s BBQ in Yazoo City! Listen to more ON DEMAND.     

Mississippi High School Fishing Teams

One of the fastest growing youth related movements across Mississippi are High School fishing clubs! Bass Tactixs, is a Christian based Youth Tournament Trail with all kids up to 18 years of age. Associated with the FLW FISHING League Worldwide and the Fishers of Men Ministries and Tournament Trails. Richard Parker is leading the way … Continue reading “Mississippi High School Fishing Teams”

Breast Cancer Awareness

Nope, it’s not October, but breast cancer awareness needs to be done 365 days a year. Catherine Young with Susan G. Komen Memphis-Mid South Mississippi and Molly May who made a courageous decision at a young age to have a double mastectomy to defeat cancer, stopped by the SuperTalk Good Things studio.  Molly May is also the … Continue reading “Breast Cancer Awareness”

Mississippi Peanut Growers

March is National Peanut Month! The Mississippi Peanut Growers Association (MPGA) is organized and operated for educational and scientific purposes, to bring together, both public and private, interested in enhancing the production, marketing, distribution, and utilization of peanuts. Mississippi is home to about 125 peanut growers, and grower B. Jones from Holmes County and Malcolm … Continue reading “Mississippi Peanut Growers”

Barneys, Bergdorfs & Bill$

Sydney Heberg graduated Magna Cum Laude from the University of Mississippi with a double major in Risk Management & Insurance and Managerial Finance. Her book – Barneys, Bergdorfs & Bill$ – breaks down tricky financial subjects that helps females face their finances with confidence. Sydney chimed in to Good Things from New York City to … Continue reading “Barneys, Bergdorfs & Bill$”

Little Free Library

The City of Biloxi just got a new way to get it’s community reading! Thanks to Mary Dee Benton, the librarian at Biloxi High School, who secured grant funding from Biloxi First to purchase a Little Free Library kit. With the theory of “take one, leave one,” Little Free Library offers a 24/7 outlet to … Continue reading “Little Free Library”

Mississippi’s Masterchef Jr.

Season Six of MasterChef Junior is underway with Cade Ortego of Hattiesburg, MS as one of the 40 kids selected to go head to head for the ultimate prize. The hit culinary competition series gives talented kids between the ages of 8 and 13 the chance to showcase their culinary skills. Cade stopped by the Good Things … Continue reading “Mississippi’s Masterchef Jr.”