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Meridian native and Steve Forbert talks about his long career as a musician.
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A conversation with former Jackson resident, playwright and author Beth Kander.
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Boston novelist Steve Yarbrough is back in his home state of Mississippi.
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The beauty of the Mississippi Gulf Coast is reflected in a new book of photographs.
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The story of three time cancer survivor Vaniessa Cousin.
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Award winning investigative reporter Jerry Mitchell discusses his latest career move.
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Former athlete Jim Weatherly discusses his successful career as a singer-songwriter.
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Ann Fisher Wirth & Maude Schuyler Clay
Meet the authors of “Mississippi,” a beautiful book of poetry and photography.
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Jill Conner Browne
Sweet Potato Queen Jill Conner Browne talks about new things happening in her queendom.
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Rhodes Scholar Noah Barbieri of Jackson talks about his academics and plans for the future
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A conversation with singer Dorothy Moore, best known for her hit record “Misty Blue.”
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Oxford resident Glennray Tutor displays his famous artwork in a new book.
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George Malvaney discusses his new book.
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Mississippi’s Jesmyn Ward is the first woman to win two National Book Awards for Fiction.
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General Janson D. Boyles
Mississippi Adjutant General discusses the critical role of the Mississippi National Guard
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Jane Hearn shares the work of her late husband and photographer Jim Lucas, in a new book.
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