Eight Days of Hope on Good Things

The work done by Eight Days of Hope is truly phenomenal, and if you missed it on Good Things with Rebecca Turner, they have recently announced a Nationwide expansion that will be headquartered in Tupelo! After opening a new building to help spread their ministry and to better facilitate the work they do helping restore … Continue reading “Eight Days of Hope on Good Things”

JT Show, Good Things, and Steak

JT from the JT Show stopped by Good Things to discuss how he cooks steaks, to prepare you for the Independence Day festivities! Rebecca barely had to say a word before JT started rolling on his steak cooking tips, and once he got going, it was tough for Rebecca to get a word in edge-wise! … Continue reading “JT Show, Good Things, and Steak”

Rebecca Gets a Lesson in the Blues from Ryno

After talking about the Blues Trail with Craig Ray from Visit Mississippi, Rebecca wanted to know more about the history of the Blues and how it shaped music into what it is today. Ryno just so happened to know a little bit about the subject, so he broke it down for her (and YOU) as … Continue reading “Rebecca Gets a Lesson in the Blues from Ryno”

Ryno Educates Rebecca on Comics

Ryno spent a big chunk of his weekend meandering around the Mississippi Trade Mart, taking in the sights and sounds of the Mississippi Comic Con, and Rebecca just had to hear more about it. Ryno breaks down how “nerd culture” has become more mainstream, and how you see the influence of comic books everywhere you … Continue reading “Ryno Educates Rebecca on Comics”

Talking Pioneer Pilgrims and the Shiloh Community

The celebration of Mississippi turning 200 years-old reminds us that the counties, cities, and communities we now adore within our state lines, all had a beginning. What is now well mapped out areas we call home was once just uncharted territories quietly awaiting settlers to pitch a tent and mark their spot. That is exactly … Continue reading “Talking Pioneer Pilgrims and the Shiloh Community”

Coffee Time and Caffeine Talk

Since Americans consume 400 million cups of coffee per day(which is the equivalent to 146 billion cups each year making the U.S. the leading consumer of coffee), I bet you have a had a cup of Joe at some point today. Maybe you are enjoying a cup right now. Well, you can thank goats and … Continue reading “Coffee Time and Caffeine Talk”

Mississippi’s First Lady Brought us Cookies!

Mississippi’s First Lady, Deborah Bryant, stopped by the studio today to join Rebecca Turner and in typical Southern fashion, the two women exchanged food with their greetings. Rebecca gifted the First Lady a bag of her Granny Smith’s secret recipe “Nuts and Bolts”, and Mrs. Bryant brought special Mississippi Sugar Cookies straight from the kitchen … Continue reading “Mississippi’s First Lady Brought us Cookies!”