Music Industry Vet Paul Abraham on the JT Show

Paul Abraham had a career in the music industry that spanned over four decades, and during that time, he worked as a road manager for Lynyrd Skynyrd. He joined JT to talk about his time with the legendary southern rock group, both before and after that fateful crash 40 years ago, and to give his … Continue reading “Music Industry Vet Paul Abraham on the JT Show”

Mississippi’s Bagpipe Band

Pipe Bands are a fun and exciting way for students to get a feel of the traditional Scottish bagpipe and drum band at Presbyterian Christian School in Hattiesburg Mississippi and the surrounding area. The band is the only high-school based pipe band in the state.   PCS Pipe Band Director, Mathew Beall, stopped by the Good Things … Continue reading “Mississippi’s Bagpipe Band”

Ryno’s “Aluminum Overcast” Flight

I had the opportunity to touch a piece of history, and unexpectedly, history seemed to reach through the years and touch me in ways a history class or Hollywood movie never could. When I loaded up in one of the final dozen or so B-17 Bombers still capable of flying, I was allowed to explore … Continue reading “Ryno’s “Aluminum Overcast” Flight”

Consumer Awareness on the JT Show

Bill Moak, a Consumer Watchdog and Journalist, stopped by the studio to talk with JT about everything from spoofed spam calls and the Equifax hack to watching out for scams that will steal your invention idea out from under your nose. If you need to brush up on what to watch out for to keep … Continue reading “Consumer Awareness on the JT Show”

Bare Knuckle Fighting in Mississippi

Brother Rodgers with Mississippi Department of Archive and History is a wealth of wonderful information from the annals of Mississippi history. Brothers stopped by the SuperTalk studios for Good Things and talked  about the last bare knuckle championship boxing match taking place outside of Hattiesburg in 1889. Listen to this fascinating 10 minute story here: … Continue reading “Bare Knuckle Fighting in Mississippi”

The Delta Hot Tamale Festival

Starting this Thursday and wrapping up Saturday night in Greenville, you’ve got the opportunity to to try some amazing Hot Tamales paired with craft beers and to hear some live music from Steve Azar. Daniel Boggs, the Administrator for the 6th Annual Delta Hot Tamale Festival stopped by the JT Show to give you some … Continue reading “The Delta Hot Tamale Festival”

Senator Dean Kirby on the JT Show

Senator Dean Kirby has put together a proposal that he hopes will give Mississippians more control over the taxes needed to fix the Magnolia State’s roads and bridges, and he jumped on the air with JT today to discuss how he developed this idea, with some inspiration from the state of Georgia. You can catch … Continue reading “Senator Dean Kirby on the JT Show”

Stephen Stamboulieh Stops By the Studio

Stephen Stamboulieh is an Attorney at Law that handles cases regarding the 2nd Amendment and your rights to bear arms. He stopped by the studio to talk about the bipartisan push to pass legislation on Bump-Fire stocks following the Las Vegas shooting. He is disappointed that the NRA has come out in favor of banning … Continue reading “Stephen Stamboulieh Stops By the Studio”

Secret Sauce causes riots on Saturday

On Saturday, fans of an adult cartoon show dressed up like their favorite characters and drove to the nearest participating McDonald’s, in the hopes of getting their hands on a limited edition packet of Rick and Morty Szechuan McNugget dipping sauce. “Rick and Morty” is a series loosely based on and spoofing Doc and Marty … Continue reading “Secret Sauce causes riots on Saturday”

Purple for Peace in Mississippi

October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Mississippi’s Coalition Against Domestic Violence is hosting it’s 8th annual Purple for Peace luncheon which promotes family violence prevention in recognition of domestic violence. Executive Director, Wendy Mahoney, stopped by Good Things to tell us more and share a video of red flags and first steps. Watch and … Continue reading “Purple for Peace in Mississippi”

Active Shooter Training for LEOs

Lt. Col. Thomas Tuggle and Capt. Johnny Polous from the Mississippi Highway Patrol stopped by the studio to talk with JT about the Las Vegas shooting and to let the public know a little bit about the training Law Enforcement Officers go through to prepare for an active shooter situation. You can find the full … Continue reading “Active Shooter Training for LEOs”

USM Teaching 3D Printing to Teachers

Can you wrap your head around what a 3D printer, desktop CNC milling machine, laser cutter, vinyl and paper cutter can do? Pine Belt residents may not know what all these devices can do, but they can soon find out because Southern Miss is making them available to the public and now to teachers! Dr. … Continue reading “USM Teaching 3D Printing to Teachers”