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Sounds Jewish: Party Like It's 360 BCE

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Next on “Sounds Jewish”: a celebration of the coming Purim feast featuring holiday music and comedy from around the world. We'll party like it's 360 BCE.

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Conversations: Rachel Myers and Pamela Junior

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The city of Jackson is home to two new museums that reflect the history of Mississippi. This week on Conversations, Marshall Ramsey​ speaks with the directors of the Museum of Mississippi History​ and the Mississippi Civil Rights Museum​. Sunday, February 25 at 5:30 p.m. and Thursday, March 1 at 10 p.m. on MPB Television or anytime online.

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Next Stop MS: I Love Mississippi!!

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On today’s show, we’re going to speak with Ki Harris with the Sunflower County Freedom Project about the student play “Crumbs from the Table of Joy”, then we'll speak with Jane Halbert-Jones about the Jackson City Tours. Next, we’ll talk to Patrick Welsh about Conspirare's oratorio "Considering Matthew Shepard" and end our trip with musical guest Keesha Pratt of the Keesha Pratt Band.

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The Gestalt Gardener: Bring on Spring!

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On this week’s program, Felder talks about the beginnings of spring; answers a couple of inches worth of emails and shares this week’s cheesy music.

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Creature Comforts: Pet Day

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Dr. Troy Majure answers your pet questions and talks about having your pets prepared for severe weather. He also talks about arthritis in older pets.

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MPB's Season Pass: Gone Fishin'

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Gusts include big game fisherman Tony Petro, Elite Series bass angler Brock Mosley, Bassmaster tournament manager Chris Bowes.

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Mississippi Edition: Wednesday, February 21st

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On today's show: How does the state senate's infrastructure plan affect the Department of Transportation? We'll hear from the agency head. Then, as advocacy groups push for fewer restrictions on ex-cons, some state lawmakers are weighing in on the right to vote. And, find out what being weather-ready means as changing temperatures draw the threat of severe weather near.

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Everyday Tech: Wonderful World of Printers!!

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Today we will discuss printers along with ways to make those times when you simply need need your printer to work less frustrating.

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Fix It 101: From Couch to Career

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We salute the DIY'er on Fix It 101 but today we focus on professional education with the Mississippi Home Institute. We talk with Kim Jent about how they are working to help Mississippi's contractors stay educated and hire skilled workers.

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Mississippi Roads: Creative Kids & Talented Teens

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This week on a new episode of Mississippi Roads, Teen media producers with the Mississippi Youth Media Project, a father and daughter artist team, and the FIRST Tech Challenge. Thursday, at 7 p.m. on MPB Television or anytime online.

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