Joe was here promoting his book for men trying to find their way. He spoke about the problems men face today and how his book addresses those issues. Hear him in the interview below.
Diane came in to talk about their Love and Roses Gala, which will help them raise proceeds to combat trafficking and sexual exploitation. Hear her powerful message in the interview below.
Amy and Larry came in to talk about this event, which continues to grow. There are still places open on the parade floats, you just have to bring your throws and jump on board. Plus Vince Vance will be performing after at the Trailhead. Hear about it below.
6:40 Q: 1 in 6 Millennials have never read one of these. What? A: A paper map! Winner: Gabe Tomasella from Mandeville! 7:10 Kids Loot and 7:40 Q: Even when their parents tell them to, 1 in 3 kids won’t do THIS. What? A: Connect with their parents on social media Winner: No Winner!…
Amy stopped by to talk about a host of things going on locally. She talked about a flood study, some local events, and a pet adoption special, among other things. Hear her in the interview below.
Thomas Mitchell explained that they would come to businesses or groups who want to make sure they are equipped to spot abuse situations with children. Hear him in the interview below.
Anna Strider talked about the parade schedule between now and Mardi Gras for the Northshore. Hear what she had to say in the interview below.
Mark Myers joined Miranda this morning for a wide ranging discussion about Hospice House and what they do and why they do it. We also talked about a memorial butterfly release that’s coming up and their big Crawfish Cook-off.
6:40 Q: The top 2 favorite picnic foods are sandwiches and fried chicken. What comes # 3 on that list? A: Watermelon Winner: Sophie Gammon from Covington! 7:10 Kids Loot Q: Doctors have suggested that if you only eat one vegetable it should be this one. What? A: Broccoli Winner: Luke Ard from Loranger! 7:40 Q:…
Amanda brought by Eve’s Grand Marshal’s for this year: Gerald and Tonya Sticker. Hear them all talk about this year’s parade in the interview below.