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Filtering by Tag: Best of 2017

Podcast No. 88: Ryan Porter of the Jackson Chamber

Kevin Adelsberger

Perhaps you recognize Ryan Porter from the Jackson Chamber—or you knew him when he was a kid at North Side. Or you met him a few years back through the police department or JEA. Any way you put it, Ryan is a Jackson man through and through, and today our podcast, Kevin Adelsberger interviews him about the many hats he wears and why he's planted roots in West Tennessee.

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Podcast No. 86: Dr. Fonsie & Lesley Guilaran

Kevin Adelsberger

Adoption isn't an easy journey for any family, and today on our podcast Kevin Adelsberger sits down with Union University professor Dr. Fonsie Guilaran and his wife Lesley to hear about their especially unique story of bringing their children home. Find out how special needs, health, and international culture shifts play a huge role in creating a family. 

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Podcast No. 85: JMCSS Superintendent Eric Jones

Kevin Adelsberger

Our Jackson Home believes that the strength of a city lies in its public school system, and we're proud to have a new superintendent for the Jackson-Madison County School System who agrees. Today on our podcast, Kevin Adelsberger interviews Mississippi native Eric Jones about his journey with education both in and outside of Jackson and what he's dreaming for our schools' future.

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Podcast No. 84: Coach Donnie Nickey

Kevin Adelsberger

It ain't everyday you get the meet a pro athlete, but now that Donnie Nickey calls Jackson home, you can at least watch one coach a football team on Friday nights in the fall at North Side High School. Today on our podcast, Kevin Adelsberger interviews this former Tennessee Titan about his football career from childhood and Ohio State to the NFL and his new coaching career. 

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Podcast No. 82: Paul Taylor of Gary A. Taylor Investment Company

Kevin Adelsberger

If there ever was a jack-of-all-trades for our city, it's Paul Taylor. Today on the podcast, Kevin Adelsberger interviews this Jackson native about his carrying on of the family business, Gary A. Taylor Investment Company. Find out how Paul got into architecture and what exciting projects he's working on to improve our city's future.

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Podcast No. 81: Mutual Live

Kevin Adelsberger

Anybody looking for some Southern summer tunes? We've got the perfect concert for you coming up Saturday, June 24! Today on our podcast, Kevin Adelsberger interviews Jackson transplants Zachary Charles and Dan Drogosh of local Southern rock band Mutual Live. Find out how this Michigan childhood friends ended up in West Tennessee and how the four years they've spent developing their music has paid off.

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Podcast No. 79: Matt Altobell & Megan Elston of JDDC

Kevin Adelsberger

If you haven't heard yet, there's a lot of exciting new things happening this year in downtown Jackson. (Think mobile businesses, classic movies, street art, and a new website.) So we thought it was about time we sit down with Jackson Downtown Development Corporation's (JDDC) Matt Altobell and Megan Elston to get the details. Find out how you can be a part of all that's coming to the heart of our city!

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Podcast No. 73: Sharon Younger of Younger Associates

Kevin Adelsberger

Those of you who have met Sharon Younger know just what a whiz she is at working with our city's demographics to serve local businesses in the best way possible. Today on our podcast, Kevin Adelsberger hears the story behind this Younger Associates president's life in Jackson and exponential growth in her marketing business's success.

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Podcast No. 71: Billy King of the Big Black Creek Historical Association

Kevin Adelsberger

West Tennessee is full of rich history, but as development continues, often our past becomes dissolved. The Big Black Creek Historical Association out of Denmark is dedicated to preserving some of our region's most historically significant buildings and cemeteries—and, more importantly, the stories they hold. Today on our podcast, Kevin Adelsberger interviews president Billy King to learn more about the association, his personal life, and the waterway that binds so many historic small towns together.

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