Recipe for business success, 25 years in the making

Jeff Good and Dan Blumenthal – co-owners of BRAVO! Italian Bar and Restaurant, Broad Street Baking Company and Sal & Mookie’s – stopped by Good Things to talk about the book written about their life by Mississippi author (and SuperTalk Creative Director) Dawn Dugle. Their advice for entrepreneurs and anyone who wants to start a … Continue reading “Recipe for business success, 25 years in the making”

Monday on #GoodThings with @RebeccaTurnerRD

Monday, April 23rd, 2018 You are going to hear from the folks helping to put on the Senior Olympics as they tell heartwarming and inspiring stories about the participants and volunteers that make up the multi-sport competition which is taking place along the Magnolia State’s Gulf Coast. It all got kicked off in early April, and it will run straight … Continue reading “Monday on #GoodThings with @RebeccaTurnerRD”


Why Launch Drive Smart MS? In the past three years, there has been a 14 percent increase in traffic fatalities statewide. In 2016, 690 people lost their lives on Mississippi roads. To combat this fatal trend, we launched this website with resources for drivers to take action and do their part to help reduce the … Continue reading “DriveSmartMS”

Living life at the next level.

You might know him as a decorated football player, coach, or simply inspired by his efforts to improve the health of Mississippi. You might think you know who Paul Lacoste is, but there is a lot more to his story.  Paul Lacoste long time friend and author, Mike Frascogna stopped by the studio to talk … Continue reading “Living life at the next level.”

Charleston’s Library Needs Book

Libraries are still an important piece of the education system for children. No where else in school can kids walk into a room and walk out with endless things to learn about.  But for libraries to have an impact- they need BOOKS! Duh– Charleston High School’s librarian, Mandy Ross Britt, is on a mission to … Continue reading “Charleston’s Library Needs Book”