You might’ve heard Ryno talking about Coach Kilgore’s new torture device/toy called the Center Mass Bell and how much he has grown to enjoy working with them, and now you get the chance to see just what in the world is a Center Mass Bell! Thursdays w/ Coach Kilgore #2 – "Center Mass Bells" On … Continue reading “Thursdays w/ Coach Kilgore #2 – Center Mass Bells”
If you’ve eaten today, you have a farmer to thank for that. One of the best places to get fresh from the Mississippi ground food is visiting your local farmer’s market! But, unfortunately, that’s not so easy for all Mississippians, with 1-5 struggling with food insecurity. Good Things guest, Erin Smith, with the AARP Foundation … Continue reading “Fresh Savings for Farmer’s Markets”
JT sat down with Sarah Davis, the Chief Ranger for The Natchez Trace Parkway, to discuss bicycle safety on the federal parkway and to answer some questions JT had about parkway rules and regulations. If you missed the conversation with Chief Ranger Davis, you can find it below!
Lauren Rhodes is the owner of a Jackson-based fermented foods company, Sweet & Sauer, offering foods, condiments, and drinks that are all teeming with probiotics and enzymes! Lauren stopped by the studio to talk to Rebecca about how she made her way from her home state of Colorado to Mississippi and what inspired her to … Continue reading “Mississippi Made Kombucha”
You might’ve heard Ryno talking about the 3D Hamstring Stretch and how much he loves it, and now you get the chance to see how you can perform the same stretch at home! “Tuesdays with Coach Kilgore” will now be coming to you every Thursday, and if you have a particular question you’d like to … Continue reading “Thursdays w/ Coach Kilgore #1 – 3D Hamstring”
David McGee, the publisher of “The Oxford Eagle”, joined the conversation to give his personal perspective on the ongoing opioid abuse epidemic in the Magnolia State. David has experienced tremendous loss, and a big reason for the pain and suffering his family endured is due to opioid addiction. David’s son William was freshman at Ole … Continue reading “David Magee from The Oxford Eagle”
JT talked to Dr. Bill James from the Catfish Institute about the dangers faced when you eat imported catfish and some of the reasons you should always eat U.S. Farm Raised Catfish. It has gotten so bad in Vietnam that even public health officials over there have questioned the safety of their fish, yet tons … Continue reading “Dr. Bill James from the Catfish Institute”
At Supertalk, our Program Director Will East is pretty much in charge of everything that goes out over the air in one way or another, and today a plan that he has been working on for over a month came together to allow him to propose to his longtime girlfriend, Kari, LIVE on the air! … Continue reading “Wedding Bells on the JT Show”
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”
In this week’s webisode: Rebecca Turner tackles those shake diets. Are they worth trying? What are the drawbacks? And how to use them effectively. Plus: How you can join the Operation Healthy State squad at the Farm Bureau Watermelon Classic. And just wait until the end – a watermelon ballerina dances into the shot….
Parents and grandparents make sweet memories reading to youngsters- and re-reading the same story over and over. But nothing can unlock a child’s imagination like reading, and part of that is because of the illustartions. A well illustrated story allows a child to create their own unique narrative and relationship with the characters. Chuck Galey, … Continue reading “Illustrating Your Imagination”
Capt. Johnny Polous of the Mississippi Highway Department stopped by the studio to give his insight on how to stay safe on Mississippi roads this holiday weekend. With a potentially record-breaking number of motorists on the road for the Independence Day weekend, law enforcement will be out in force with their newest safety campaign, “Get … Continue reading “Capt. Johnny Polous on Holiday Highway Safety”