Weekend events in Mississippi.
Hear about a golden play, colorful jazz, and a festival that celebrates the introduction of spring.
We talk about the Zippity Doo Dah parade and other events in the state.
On today's show, we learn about the oldest St. Patrick's Day celebration in the state.
We speak with guests about the Old Capitol Museum and The Natchez Pilgrimage Tours.
On today's show, discover the various places in Mississippi where you can learn about African American History.
How does Mississippi celebrate Mardi Gras? Learn this and more on today's show.
We speak with Ronald Fry of the Mississippi Bed and Breakfast Association and talk about the "Film Forward" program.
On today's episode, we discuss Mississippi landmarks of African American significance.
Geno Lee talks about his restaurant's rich history and famous pig ear sandwiches.
Still on the culinary kick, we see what great food two southern restaurants are serving.
Learn about the various MLK celebrations as well as other current events happening this weekend.
Listen to Lauren Miller discuss the history of our state's Governor's Mansion. Audience members also share shops in the state.
On this episode, we celebrate the 75th anniversary of the Natchez Trace Parkway, by discussing its rich history.
Cherita and Jennifer Spann discuss the growth and development of Mississippi’s Creative Economy with Whitney Grant and Alan Henderson.