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Statistics have shown that kids who are read to at a young age are more likely to succeed in school. That’s why Families First for Mississippi has partnered with Banner Hall to be a drop-off point in the Jackson metro area for new or gently-used books that will then go toward families throughout Mississippi. For … Continue reading “#MississippiReads: Donate books for kids and get a sweet treat”
There are more than 4,000 furloughed federal workers in Mississippi and a local foodie group wanted to do something to help them out. The Jackson Foodies are holding a gift card drive – collecting gift cards through Friday, January 25. They’re looking for gift cards in any amount to help furloughed families buy food, groceries, … Continue reading “Jackson Foodies working to help furloughed federal workers”
Suzie Foote stopped by Mary Wieden and You to talk about wellness goals for 2019.
I love Christmas and really love Christmas movies – the cheesier the better. My mom and I have this annual tradition of watching every Hallmark Christmas movie we can get our hands on (and stay awake watching). While watching, we try to figure out how the movie will end before the other one figures it … Continue reading “Christmas Movie Bingo”
Dan the Banjo Man in the house with Rebecca Turner and The Metro. Listen in as he strums that fiddle and plays the harmonica.
How much are these “free” platforms tracking about you on the internet? Quite a lot, actually. Even those browsers that claim to not track your movements online, are tracking what you search for – to serve up some ads to you. What can you do about it? Here are some tips:
Listen in as Rebecca Turner talks with Andre and Elizabeth Ducote about the SURF1 deficiency and Leigh Syndrome on The Metro.
Rebecca Turner talked with Professor Rick Negron of Belhaven Univisersity about their B52 Film Challenge. Listen here to all that is going on.
Rebecca Turner was rolling with the AMR Mini Ambulance on The Metro. Listen as she chats with AMR’s Eric Phillips and Hinds County Emergency Management’s Joey Phillips about the new vehicle that can get places other response vehicles cant.
Check out the interview on Mary Wieden and You about the one page wonder Coffee News in and around shops and eateries in the area.
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