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You’ve probably seen his work in a newspaper near you, but now, you can put a voice to the name. On Now You’re Talking with Marshall Ramsey, you’ll hear commentary on the latest news, punch-lines from his latest cartoons, interviews with fellow cancer survivors he’s met along the way and compelling stories of known and unknown people, places, and things of Mississippi. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
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Our guests today are Craig Ray, Executive Director of Visit Mississippi, and Tourism Development Bureau Manager, Kamel King. We’ll speak with them about the state of tourism in Mississippi amid another year within a pandemic and projects they have on the horizon. For more information about Visit MS visit The Birthplace of America's Music - Visit Mi…
 
On this episode of Mississippi Stories, Mississippi Today Editor-At-Large Marshall Ramsey visits with U.S.S. Alabama museum technician Matthew McCluney. McCluney, a Gautier resident, talks about his passion for preserving a giant piece of American and Naval history. The U.S.S. Alabama, launched in 1942 during World War 2, is a veteran of both the B…
 
It’s a new year and we’re starting it off right with one of Mississippi’s most successful restaurateur’s, Jeff good, President of Mangia Bene Restaurant Management Group Inc. which includes Bravo, Broad Street and Sal & Mookies. Listen as he talks about the past year, new projects and how he plans to operate another year within a pandemic. See acas…
 
On this episode Marshall sits down with multifaceted musician, conductor and composer, William Garfield Walker, to talk about his new professional orchestra, the Nova Orchestra Wien, and the challenges of working within a worldwide pandemic. For more information about William G. Walker visit William Garfield Walker, conductor See acast.com/privacy …
 
In this episode of Mississippi Stories, Mississippi Today Editor-At-Large Marshall Ramsey sits down with filmmaker Anthony Thaxton. Thaxton and restauranteur Robert St. John have produced the wonderful documentary and accompanying book, Walter Anderson: The Extraordinary Life and Art of the Islander. Thaxton discusses the making of the film, Anders…
 
On this episode of Now You're Talking, Marshall sits down with Tina Richardson, Director of Community Relations for the Salvation Army, to talk about the many ways their organization helps communities in Mississippi, especially during the holiday season. To find out how you can make a difference, visit The Salvation Army's website @ The Salvation A…
 
In this episode of Mississippi Stories, Mississippi Today Editor-At-Large Marshall Ramsey sits down with AARP Mississippi State Director Kimberly L. Campbell. She is responsible for leading and directing AARP’s work in advocacy, community engagement, and communications to serve the 285,000 AARP members in Mississippi. Previously, she served in the …
 
In this episode of Mississippi Stories, Mississippi Today Editor-At-Large Marshall Ramsey sits down with TrustCare Kids Pediatrician Dr. Catherine Phillippi to discuss vaccinating kids against COVID-19 and what she has seen as a doctor during the pandemic. She gives trusted advice that you’d expect from your family pediatrician. Dr. Philippi joined…
 
In 1969, the Mississippi Legislature established the Mississippi Authority for Educational Television (MAET) with the mission of providing "educational and instructional professional growth and public service programs for the students and citizens of Mississippi." Since hitting the airwaves in 1970 as Mississippi Educational Television, Mississippi…
 
‘Tis the Season to be thankful. Lost between Halloween and Christmas comes the holiday of Thanksgiving. But many are struggling to have enough to be thankful now. Stewpot Executive Director, The Reverend Jill Barnes Buckley joins the show to tell how Stewpot is stepping up to help those in need. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out informa…
 
On Thursday, November 4th, MPB Television debuts the documentary, "Walter Anderson – The Extraordinary Life and Art of the Islander". Also, there is a companion full-color, 276 page book coming out as well. On this episode we welcome to the show the films producer, Robert St. John and the director, Anthony Thaxton to take us through the process of …
 
Listen as Marshall Ramsey speaks with K-12 Educational Consultant, Professional Speaker and Author, Dr. Tommie Mabry, about his new protect, "The Educator's Album" For more information about Dr. Tommie Mabry and The Tommie Mabry Company, visit: Home | Tommie Mabry See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
​​In this episode of Mississippi Stories, Mississippi Today Editor-At-Large Marshall Ramsey sits down with Karen Matthews, Chief Executive Officer and President of the Delta Health Alliance. Matthews talks about growing up in Fulton, Mississippi, studying engineering and accounting and how she made the pivot to healthcare. She also shares some of t…
 
World Hospice and Palliative Care Day takes place on Saturday October 9th with the goal of improving the quality of life for people affected by serious health problems. Those that have life-limiting illnesses have the right to be cared for in the way that best suits their needs, and this holiday emphasizes that. So today we’ll talk with Marla Singl…
 
In this episode of Mississippi Stories, Mississippi Today Editor-At-Large Marshall Ramsey sits down with Mississippi Arts Commission Executive Director Sarah Story. Story became executive director of Mississippi Arts Commission in November 2020 and leads the state agency in its mission to be a catalyst for the arts and creativity in Mississippi. In…
 
Mississippi Today Editor-At-Large Marshall Ramsey sits down with Jeffrey Rupp, director of outreach for the Center for Entrepreneurship and Outreach at Mississippi State University. Rupp, also an alderman in Starkville, talks about the E-center, it’s missions, its successes and how it helps reduce brain drain. He also discusses his career in the me…
 
There is no doubt that there is a stress pandemic as well as a COVID one. The COVID-19 pandemic and the resulting economic recession have negatively affected many people’s mental health and created new barriers for people already suffering from mental illness and substance use disorders. Listen as Marshall talks with Tara Blumenthal, owner, lead tr…
 
Marshall Ramsey sits down with Walt Grayson about his long career as a Mississippi storyteller. Grayson is a life-long Mississippian who was born and raised in Greenville. After moving to Jackson, he worked at various radio stations until moving to television in 1984. He was a weather anchor and feature reporter for WLBT for over three decades befo…
 
The 1955 lynching in Mississippi of Emmett Till shocked the nation and galvanized a generation of civil rights activists who put their lives on the line to battle segregation. Robert H. Mayer shares their stories in his latest book, “In The Name of Emmett Till: How the Children of the Mississippi Freedom Struggle Showed Us Tomorrow”. Listen as awar…
 
Marshall Ramsey talks with Dr. Michael Montesi and Rhonda Meadows from the Recovery after COVID Clinic at Methodist Rehabilitation to talk about recovering from Long COVID. Dr. Montesi, who suffered a case of COVID last year, was placed on a ventilator for 27 days. He found that he was initially paralyzed. His recovery now provides inspiration for …
 
In this episode, Mississippi Today Editor-At-Large Marshall Ramsey sits down with Pamela Junior, who is the Director of the Two Museums – The Museum of Mississippi History and the Mississippi Civil Rights Museum. Junior, a native Jacksonian, is a Jackson State University graduate, the former manager of the Smith Robertson Museum and Cultural Center…
 
The delta variant forced the 2021 Mississippi Book Festival to go virtual this year. On this episode, we are giving you a taste of what to expect as we interview three of the authors who are set to appear: Susan Cushman (John and Mary Margaret), William Morris (This Magic Moment) and Larry Wells (In Faulkner’s Shadow). See acast.com/privacy for pri…
 
In this episode of Mississippi Stories, Mississippi Today Editor-At-Large sits down with author Larry Wells. Wells is the director of Yoknapatawpha Press in Oxford, Mississippi, which he established with his late wife Dean Faulkner Wells. He also is the author of his memoir, “In Faulkner’s Shadow.” In this interview, Wells shares his memories of Ox…
 
Just as COVID-19 restrictions began easing and families were taking a deep sigh of relief, the delta variant abruptly entered the scene. With it, it brings new mandates, new anxieties, and new questions. Students may experience stress as they return to the classroom and some may even worry about themselves or a loved one becoming ill. Listen as Dr.…
 
In this special episode, Dr. Dan Edney joins Mississippi Today Editor-At-Large Marshall Ramsey to discuss the current delta variant wave crushing Mississippi’s healthcare system. Daniel P. Edney, MD, FACP, chief medical officer and regional health officer for the Central Public Health Region for the MS Dept. and has practiced medicine in Vicksburg,…
 
Jill Browne is the multiple #1 New York Times bestselling author of Sweet Potato Queens® books and has created a global phenomenon--6,200 chapter groups in 37 countries--based upon her philosophy and world-view as recounted through these rollicking, raucous and riotously funny essays. Women and smart men understand that the bawdy, sassy, down-to-ea…
 
Listen as host Marshall Ramsey talks with educator & author, Dr. LaShawna Fant, about her new children's book, “The Strange Animal Farm.” For more information about Dr. Fant and her children's book “The Strange Animal Farm,” visit LaShawna Fant | Books (lfantbooks.com) See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Two-time Grammy-winning Blues legend Bobby Rush joins in for a special edition. Rush, 86, talks about his ilife, career and new autobiography “I Ain’t Studdin’ Ya: My American Blues Story” (written with Herb Powell.) From great tragedies (losing children and suffering injuries in a wreck) to great triumphs (recognition for an incredible career), Ru…
 
It’s August in Mississippi and it’s time for a party; a literary party that is, it’s time for the 7th Annual MS Book Festival. Listen as our guest, Literary Director, Ellen Rodgers- Daniels, gives us a behind the scenes look into this year’s festival. For more information about the MS Book Festival, visit Mississippi Book Festival :: August 21, 202…
 
In this episode of Mississippi Stores, Mississippi Today Editor-At-Large Marshall Ramsey sits down with Jackson-based chef Nick Wallace. Nick Wallace learned to associate love and food from his grandmothers. That passion has continued throughout his long career as a chef, entrepreneur and philanthropist. Named best chef in Jackson and Mississippi, …
 
Mississippi Today Editor-At-Large Marshall Ramsey sits down with Mississippi Public Broadcasting Executive Director Ronnie Agnew. Angew, Born and raised in Saltillo, Mississippi, graduated from Ole Miss with a broadcasting degree and rose through the ranks of the newspaper industry. He served as The Clarion (Jackson, Miss.) Ledger’s first African-A…
 
On this episode we spoke with Lesley Silver, owner of The Attic Gallery, Mississippi’s oldest independent art gallery. Listen as she talks about her love for art, why she believes the business has been around so long and how she plans to celebrate the 50th year anniversary. For more information about The Attic Gallery visit Attic Gallery (atticgall…
 
Mississippi Today Editor-at-Large Marshall Ramsey sits down with former Miss Mississippi and artist Glenda Grubbs. From Richton, Glenda got her undergraduate and masters’ degrees in music from The University of Southern Mississippi. After winning Miss Mississippi in 1972, Glenda married Gary Grubbs and moved to Los Angeles. Gary became a character …
 
Two time Grammy winning blues legend, Bobby Rush is a celebrated blues musician, singer, songwriter, guitarist, and harmonica player who is known for his spectacular live performances. Listen as Marshall sits down with the living blues legend and colorful storyteller to discuss his new autobiography “I Aint Studdin Ya : My American Blues Story”. Se…
 
Mississippi Today Editor-At-Large Marshall Ramsey interviews popular watercolorist Wyatt Waters. Known for his watercolors of Southern culture, Waters is a watercolor master who works solely on location – preferring the challenges that both plein air and watercolor present. Waters' works have been featured in Art & Antiques, American Artist, Plein …
 
Mississippi Today Editor-At-Large Marshall Ramsey sits down with a true Mississippi storyteller, acclaimed investigative journalist Jerry Mitchell. Mitchell, who founded the Mississippi Center for Investigative Reporting in 2018 after a long career at the Clarion Ledger, talks about his recent book Race Against Time: A Reporter Reopens the Unsolved…
 
Mississippi Today Editor-At-Large Marshall Ramsey sits down with Natchez Mayor Dan Gibson to discuss his first year in office. In that time, he has faced a pandemic, hurricanes and a severe winter storm. But he also has had several successes, and being a mayor is not new to him. Previously the mayor of Crystal Springs, Gibson moved to Natchez five …
 
This past year, many families faced major changes in their day-to-day lives because of coronavirus disease (COVID-19). With all the unknowns that came with a new virus, many people felt anxious about the "what ifs" and the future. But this stress does not just affect adults, children and teens are also at risk for anxiety. So today we talked co-aut…
 
Mississippi Today Editor-At-Large Marshall Ramsey sits down with Stacey Spiehler for an incredible story of trauma, addition, collapse, resilience, sobriety, recovery and success. After suffering life challenges, she sank into the world of addiction, but she clawed her way back to sobriety and success. First by working as a waitress and then restar…
 
Mississippi Today Editor-At-Large Marshall Ramsey talks with Lloyd Gray, Executive Director of the Phil Hardin Foundation and former long-time editor of the Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal. Gray tells a little about his family and how he fell in love with journalism. He also talks about how he made the transition into working for a foundation. …
 
In 1994 a group of community volunteers saw the urgent need to improve the health, literacy, and well-being of Mississippi’s children, and so began the MS Children’s Museum project. That was 27 years ago, and the mission is still going strong and better than ever. Listen as MS Children’s Museum's President/CEO Susan Garrard and Executive Director o…
 
In this edition of Mississippi Stories, Mississippi Today Editor-At-Large Marshall Ramsey sits down with author Susan Cushman to discuss her new novel John and Mary Margaret, her love of writing and her creative process. Cushman, who was born in Jackson and attended Ole Miss in the 1960’s, now lives in Memphis, Tennessee. Cushman is also the author…
 
In this edition of Mississippi Stories, Mississippi Today Editor-At-Large Marshall Ramsey sits down with Tupelo businessman, philanthropist and former Mayor Jack Reed, Jr.. Jack joined Tupelo’s Reed’s in 1980 after several years practicing law. He became President in 1987. Jack was born and raised in Tupelo. Following a pathway walked by his father…
 
Mississippi Today Editor-At-Large Marshall Ramsey sits down with journalist and teacher Curtis Wilkie to talk about his career and new book When Evil Lived in Laurel: The "White Knights" and the Murder of Vernon Dahmer. A graduate of University of Mississippi, Wilkie began his career at the Clarksdale Press Register covering the Civil Rights moveme…
 
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