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Grassroots Playlist

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Grassroots playlist for Saturday, February 17, 2018. Featured artists were Kenny Baker, David Grisman, Maura O'Connell, Loose Ties, Rory Block and others.

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Deep South Dining: Down Home Goodness

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The 2018 Filmmaker's Mardi Gras Bash features some of the best culinary talents in the state. We talk with filmmaker and event organizer Wilma Clopton about this event, also we talk about the 3 types of cooks in the kitchen.

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Sounds Jewish: Craft Brewed for You

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Tune in to Sunday's “Sounds Jewish” for a full program of small-batch Jewish music self- or locally produced in North America, Europe and Israel.

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50th Anniversary of Mr. Rogers Neighborhood

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"It's a beautiful day in the neighborhood..." Monday, February 19, marks the 50th anniversary of Mr. Rogers Neighborhood. To celebrate the show's 50th anniversary, PBS will air episodes of the popular children's show featuring the late Fred Rogers. Tune in, February 25-28 at 9 a.m. on MPB Television.

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Mississippi Edition: Friday, February 16th

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On today's show: Would Mississippians support or oppose an increase in the state's tobacco tax? Then, we'll hear from advocates for charter schools now that a Hinds County judge has ruled in favor of school choice. And, as the country mourns another mass shooting, an expert weighs in on gun use in Mississippi. Plus, continuing the legacy of Martin Luther King's Poor People's Campaign.

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The Gestalt Gardener: Remembering a Giant

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Felder and his friend Bob Brzuszek pay tribute to a giant in the gardening community. Felder also takes your calls and cheers us up with another cheesy tune.

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Mississippi Edition: Thursday, February 15th

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On today's show: As education funding discussions continue, hear from one group who says the public should have more input. Then, public health officials are urging caution - not hysteria - after a deer is found with Chronic Wasting Disease. And the Book Club looks at overcoming race- and gender-bias in "From Liberty to Magnolia."

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Mix It Up!

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Dawson Elementary PreK-1st grade students enjoyed a lesson that explored different kinds of mixtures. Students were engaged in the afternoon activities and showed great interest in learning new science concepts. This project is funded by a Ready To Learn grant provided by the Department of Education to the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.

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Southern Remedy Kids & Teens | Feb. 15 , 2018 | Kids and violence

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This week, Dr. Jimmy Stewart hosts an episode originally intended to be an open topic show, but ultimately focused on kids behavior, specifically regarding violence. How do you spot flawed character traits? How do you talk to your children about mass shootings? How do you approach depression in children? It's an episode that parents should not miss.

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Creature Comforts: Frog Songs

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With the Mississippi night air starting to include the sounds of frogs we bring naturalist Joe McGee to the program to tell us what they are saying. With close to 30 different frog species in Mississippi, there is much to hop about in this conversation.

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