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”
Ridgeland Mayor Gene McGee joined Rebecca Turner on The Metro to talk about how the city has embraced a healthy culture.
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.”
CelticFest Mississippi is an annual event held at the Mississippi Agricultural and Forestry Museum since 1992, celebrating traditional music and dance of the Celtic nations including Ireland, Scotland, Wales, Cornwall, the Isle of Man and Brittany. Part of the Celtic tradition and culture, is the bagpipe! Our favorite Mississippi Bagpiper, Mathew Beall stopped by to … Continue reading “Celtic Fest Mississippi”
SuperTalk WFMN is once again a Gold Sponsor of Run Up for Downs. Brent Lape joined Rebecca Turner to talk about the 2018 race on Saturday, March 24th and festivities.
This year 100 farms from all across the country applied to receive one of the 10 possible Cultivating Change* grants, through the Greener Fields Together organization. Among all the farms who applied, Choctaw Fresh Produce, in Philadelphia, MS was awarded a $20,000 grant! Choctaw Fresh Produce is a 3-acre organic farm run by the Choctaw … Continue reading “Mississippi Farm Receives $20,000 National Grant”
The Society of St. Andrew has delivered more than 21 million pounds of salvaged potatoes and other food to the needy in Mississippi and Arkansas. This has resulted in almost 62 million servings of food going to hungry families in our region. The Society of St. Andrew operates a volunteer-driven Gleaning Network that includes … Continue reading “Rescuing Vegetables in Mississippi”
March is Red Cross month and the American Red Cross Service to the Armed Forces (SAF) division prepares to train those who want to become caseworkers to support military families. The Red Cross is increasing its SAF workforce in response to hundreds of Mississippi military workers set to deploy this spring. The Mississippi needs volunteers to … Continue reading “Mississippi Red Cross SAF”
Low-fat vs low-carb? The nutrition dispute of the century: should you remove fat from your diet to lose weight or limit carbohydrates? A new major study offers an answer to this debate. As a Registered Dietitian, allow me to help you make sense of the science. Research in question: Gardner CD, et al.. Effect of Low-Fat … Continue reading “Low Fat vs Low Carb”
Wier Boerner Allin Architecture has served as the lead firm for the new Dudy Noble Field at Mississippi State University. Quite the accomplishment for a fairly young architect firm. First home game at the new stadium is TODAY! Michael Boerner has served as the lead architect for the new field- and joined us today from … Continue reading “New Dudy Noble Field”
Spring is in the air and plants are getting in the dirt. But, there are some things you should know about getting plants and your garden prepped for the growing season. Billy Hutto Jr., from Hutt’s Home and Garden Center stopped by to share tips and tricks to getting garden ready. Check out the rest … Continue reading “Gardening Tips for Spring”
Elmore James was a Mississippi blues guitarist, singer, songwriter and bandleader. He was known as “King of the Slide Guitar” and was known for his use of loud amplification and his stirring voice. Steve Franz, author of “The Amazing Secret History of Elmore James,” proclaims the the blues great changed his life. You can hear … Continue reading “Elmore James Turns 100”