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Sounds Jewish: Hand Me That Pumpkin

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Join me next time on Sounds Jewish for music and comedy inspired by the dybbuk, the Golem, ghosts and the devil. It may scare the skullcap off of you.

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Honoring Native American history

Last Updated by Shanderia Posey on

The Native American experience is central to Mississippi’s story. As early as the 1920s the Mississippi Department of Archives and History (MDAH) recognized the significance of Native American history, sending archaeologists out around the state to survey mound sites.

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Hear from Mississippi’s U.S. Senate candidates on @ISSUE airing Nov. 2 on MPB Television

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The Nov. 6 Election Day is drawing near, and Mississippi Public Broadcasting is offering voters insights on U.S. Senate candidates and matters at stake in a special @ISSUE program airing at 7:30 p.m. Nov. 2 and noon Nov. 4 on MPB Television.

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Next Stop MS: Tamales, Bears and a spooktacular good time!!

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Today we start this road trip in Greenville for the 7th Annual Delta Hot Tamale Festival, then we’ll head to Rolling Fork for the Great Delta Bear Affair. Next we’ll head to Biloxi and visit Terror on the Coast and end the show with Hip Hop Artist, Silas.

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The Gestalt Gardener: Cheesy Chicken

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Today's garden party is just the way you like it. Lots of fall gardening questions, Felder giving a recap of his garden, and an extremely cheesy tune (see picture). Let's get dirty!

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Auto Correct: Sounds

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Does your car grind? Hum? Rattle? Knock? Tick? Click? Whine? Squeal? Allison answers auto questions about sounds plus others.

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Creature Comforts: Critter Catcher

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Mike McDowell has been catching critters for many years. It started out as keeping his family farm intact then eventually he turned into a career. Known as the Critter Catcher, Mike joins the show to share tips about keeping your home critter free and what to do when a nuisance animal invades your space.

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Mississippi Edition: Wednesday, October 17

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On today's show: A Mississippi public service commissioner is leading the first-ever summit to increase the number of people of color hired by utility companies. Then, we'll hear from an advocate of a controversial anti-flooding plan. And after a Southern Remedy Health Minute, Mississippi ACT scores aren't measuring up compared to the rest of the country. Find out why.

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Southern Remedy | Wednesday, September 17, 2018

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Dr. Jimmy Stewart takes you calls and questions from all over Mississippi and surrounding areas concerning any and everything that's ailing you. It's this week's Southern Remedy - where the doctor is always in.

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Everyday Tech: Tech Etiquette, Using good manners with your devices

Posted by Michelle McAdoo on

From phone calls and text messages, to emails and social media sites, technology has given us countless ways to connect with one another, but along with this convenience comes a whole new set of etiquette rules. So today we’ll discuss Tech Etiquette,

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