It is easy to see how starting to run can help you reduce your risk for disease, but that is not how Jeremy Jungling attributes running for saving his life. Jeremy had been an avid runner for years when he started to notice his workouts beginning to change. When his energy levels began to decrease, and … Continue reading “Hear how running saved a Jackson man’s life.”
Chances are you hopped into a hot shower within the last 24-hours. However, there are those in Mississippi who go days, weeks, months and sometimes years without the benefits of a regular bath. Teresa Renkenberger discovered a need in the Metro area after befriending Benny, a homeless man in Flowood, Mississippi. In efforts to help … Continue reading “When is the last time you had a shower?”
Listen in as host Rebecca Turner talks about Mississippi College’s Autism Conference on October 10th and gets the MS State Fair scoop from Steve Hutto. Mississippi College’s Autism Conference MS State Fair Kicks Off
There will be a benefit concert in two parts for the Refill Cafe to be followed by a free ice cream social courtesy of Sal & Mookie’s! For their third season, The Summer Women’s Chorus of Jackson has selected a theme of “love” for its program to be presented on Tuesday, July 10th at St. … Continue reading “Mississippi’s Refill Cafe”
Student athletes who are looking to improve their performance on the field, court, or track, should consider increasing their range of motion. Tara Blumenthal joined Rebecca Turner on The Metro to talk about the benefits of Yoga for Athletes. Benefits of Yoga for Athletes -Increase ROM -Decrease Injury Rate -Increase Functional Mobility/Agility -Increase Mental Focus … Continue reading “Yoga for Athletes”
One Monday morning, a gentleman stopped by Nandy’s Candy and ordered a 1/2 LB. of raspberry truffles, as he had done on many occasions. This time, as he left the shop he handed over an envelope with a message of gratitude. That letter, shared by Nandy’s Candy, reminds us all that it’s the simple things … Continue reading “Nandy’s Candy: A Sweet Gesture”
If there is one thing that says Spring, it’s Butterflies. Rebecca Turner an The Metro take to the air waves talking “Air Ways” and the Monarch Butterfly.
Listen to what you missed on The Metro. From Fondren, Flowood, and Flora, to Madison, Canton, and Ridgeland, Sarah Ulmer will give you all the info you need on news and events in the Metro!
Listen to what you missed on The Metro with Sarah Ulmer. We had New Stage Theatre in the house to talk about their show Baby Doll. Rex Baker with Gateway Rescue Mission joined the program. The mission helps the homeless and those with substance abuse problems. NEW STAGE THEATRE SHOW PAGE CLICK HERE GATEWAY RESCUE … Continue reading “The Metro with Sarah Ulmer 10-26-17”
Here is what you missed on The Metro with Sarah Ulmer. St. Richards Golf Tourney Stampede Car Show First Responders Partnering with Students