Grammy Museum Mississippi works through COVID-19

With Governor Tate Reeves’ announcement that museums will be allowed to open come Monday, the Grammy Museum Mississippi and its director, Emily Havens, are looking forward to reopening within the coming weeks. “We are working on our reopening plan now, and I hope to announce the day of reopening very soon,” Havens said. Although the … Continue reading “Grammy Museum Mississippi works through COVID-19”

ICYMI Gallo: Brandon natives produce Delta Flood documentary

What’s going to happen if it keeps raining? Brandon natives William, Cara and Carson Bristow have produced a powerful documentary on the disastrous Delta flooding that’s been affecting families along the Mississippi River. Watch the entire interview here:

Mississippi Delta Flooding Finally Going Down

Hank Burdine(Commissioner on the Mississippi Levies Board) joins the conversation from the Mississippi Delta to detail how the floodwaters are receding and what Mississippians can expect to see now that an end to this nightmare flooding is in sight. If you missed his conversation with JT, you can find it here –

ICYMI: Flood response and a trip to D.C. – Gov. Bryant joins the Gallo Show

Governor Phil Bryant recently returned from Washington D.C., promoting criminal justice reform, then took a tour of the flooding that’s affecting Mississippians along the river in the Delta. Hear his take on the Gallo Show 6-9 am. Gov. Phil Bryant joins us this morning to talk flood damage along the Mississippi River, the legislature, and … Continue reading “ICYMI: Flood response and a trip to D.C. – Gov. Bryant joins the Gallo Show”

Mississippi Bear Hunters

You may have heard the story of Robert Eager Bobo, before- the famous bear hunter from the Mississippi Delta, but there is more to the story.   Jim McCafferty, the author of The Bear Hunter: The Life and Times of Robert Eager Bobo in Canebrakes of the Old South, stopped by the studio to share … Continue reading “Mississippi Bear Hunters”