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Subtropical Storm Alberto

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Subtropical Storm Alberto, is threatening the Gulf Coast this Memorial Day weekend. According to the National Weather Service, Tropical Storm Watches have been issued for the Mississippi Gulf Coast. Governor Phil Bryant has issued a State of Emergency ahead of the storm in case resources are needed.

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Sounds Jewish: American Jewish Music

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“Sounds Jewish” unpacks some of the most telling and compelling American Jewish music ever recorded.

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The Gestalt Gardener: Felder's Friends & Okra Man

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On this Memorial Day weekend show, Felder chats with a rare visitor to his personal garden and "The Okra Man" who is doing some cool things with this flowering member of the mallow family. Also, today's cheesy tune is sure to be a fan favorite. Let's get dirty.

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Mississippi Edition: Thursday, May 24th

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On today's show: New data is out about our segregated neighborhoods. Find out what else the report says about Mississippi. Plus, Jackson Zoo leaders and city officials are at odds about a potential new location. We'll hear from both sides. And in this week's Book Club: it's "An American Marriage" by Tayari Jones.

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Creature Comforts: Pascagoula River Audubon Center

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The Pascagoula River Audubon Center serves as the gateway to this free-flowing treasure. Program coordinator, Erin Parker joins the show and talks about how the Pascagoula River is a great natural tool for Mississippi.

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MPB's Season Pass: Baseball, fishing, football

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Guests: Coach Hill Denson, MS Sports Hall of Fame member; Sherry Hazelwood, DWFP Fishing Rodeo Coordinator; Malcolm Butler, Tennessee Titans player from Vicksburg.

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Everyday Tech: Traveling Technology Tips

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It's almost summer and time for that family vacation, so today on Everyday Tech we're going to discuss traveling Technology Tips.

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Mississippi Edition: Wednesday, May 23rd

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On today's show: A new report says women in Mississippi are too often pushed into low-wage jobs. Find out what some are trying to do about it. Then, another reason to quit smoking and tobacco use. It's the story of a former smoker you don't want to miss. And, could a move by the state Board of Education solve the math teacher shortage?

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Fix It 101: Summer Maintenance & Fire Safety

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Memorial day is coming, but summer has already arrived. It's time to check off your summer maintenance checklist and brush up on your fire safety habits with the National Fire Protection Association.

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Mississippi Edition: Tuesday, May 22nd

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On today's show: We'll hear from veterans being recognized at the Trail of Honor events. And, a look at Mississippi officials and legislators: how are they rated and what issues are most important to the state's voters? Then as Mississippians turn to water recreation to cool down, find out where researchers say many people are at risk.

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