#MississippiReads: Donate books for kids and get a sweet treat

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”

Learn to tell your business story better with a free workshop from @SuperTalk

SuperTalk Mississippi is hosting a free Business Marketing Workshop in Starkville on Tuesday, March 5. Award-winning storyteller Dawn Dugle (who just happens to be our Digital Marketing Director) will be presenting “How to create a business story that sells”. You’ll learn what a “business story” is, the three base stories every business needs and where … Continue reading “Learn to tell your business story better with a free workshop from @SuperTalk”

The top booze in Mississippi

Herb Frierson, the state Revenue Commissioner, sat down with Paul Gallo on Tuesday to talk taxes and refunds, but they also talked about alcohol sales in the state. The Department of Revenue controls which wine and alcohols are sold in the state, and who can buy it. Burnett’s Vodka is the most popular vodka in … Continue reading “The top booze in Mississippi”

Insurance Commissioner: Rate reductions for Mississippi Drivers

Mike Chaney, Insurance Commissioner for Mississippi, joined The Gallo Radio Show Monday to talk about a rate reduction for drivers in Mississippi when it comes to a particular insurance company.

A Rollover Story: Why you should buckle up every time you get into a car

Everyone should be buckling up when they get into a vehicle, no matter where you sit. That’s the message from Mississippi Highway Patrol as they travel the state with their rollover simulator. The machine shows you what it looks like when a rollover crash happens at 40 miles per hour. Just 40 MPH: MHP says … Continue reading “A Rollover Story: Why you should buckle up every time you get into a car”

Christmas Movie Bingo

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”

24 hours of Christmas music coming to SuperTalk Mississippi

SuperTalk Mississippi is offering “A Mississippi Christmas” hosted by Steve Azar, starting at 6pm on Christmas Eve. It’s 24 hours of Christmas music, hand-picked by Steve as he shares stories from his family and friends. What’s your favorite Christmas song? Members of the SuperTalk team share their favorites with you… and we noticed a trend … Continue reading “24 hours of Christmas music coming to SuperTalk Mississippi”

Your apps are tracking your every move, and you may not even know it

There’s a line in “Santa Claus is Coming to Town” that says: “he sees when you are sleeping, he knows when you’re awake”. Turns out – Santa’s not the only one tracking your every move. The apps on your phone are keeping tabs on you, even while you sleep. And that information is available to … Continue reading “Your apps are tracking your every move, and you may not even know it”

“Twitter’s full” message goes viral on Mississippi roads

Mississippi drivers noticed something a little different this morning on their commute. Highway signs had been changed to say “Cousin Eddie says Twitter’s full. Put down the phone.” The message references a scene from “Christmas Vacation” where Cousin Eddie is emptying out the black water tank of his RV and dumping it into the sewer. … Continue reading ““Twitter’s full” message goes viral on Mississippi roads”