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Podcast No. 114: Jesse Perkins & Austin Brown of ComeUnity Café

Kevin Adelsberger

Jackson native Austin Brown and missionary kid Jesse Perkins from Africa never expected their paths to lead them to cooking, much less in a non-profit, pay-as-you-can café. Today on our podcast, Kevin Adelsberger interviews these two ComeUnity Café chefs about how they met, what they love about cooking, and what makes their kitchen so special.

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Podcast No. 102: Ronnie Coleman of SoulQuest Church

Kevin Adelsberger

When Ronnie Coleman and his wife began to have the vision for SoulQuest Church in 2006, they had no idea how beautiful the community it has created would be in 2018. Today on our podcast, Kevin Adelsberger interviews this West Tennessee native and pastor about his ministry journey, SoulQuest's search for a permanent location, and what makes this place of worship so unique.

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Podcast No. 93: Daryl Chansuthus of WRAP

Kevin Adelsberger

While always encouraging safety and respect in our community, let's not forget to listen to and comfort those who have not found safety and respect. Today on our podcast, Kevin Adelsberger interviews Wo(Men)'s Resource & Rape Assistance Program (WRAP)'s executive director Daryl Chansuthus, who is striving to do just that. Discover how this Tennessee native ended up in Thailand (and now back in her home state) and how her heart for the hurt and unheard is changing the lives of sexual assault and domestic violence victims in West Tennessee.

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Podcast No. 91: Christian Brantley of West Alley BBQ

Kevin Adelsberger

Starting a family business is no easy feat, and creating a restaurant might be the toughest of all, but West Alley BBQ has hit their stride. Today on our podcast, Kevin Adelsberger sits down with manager Christian Brantley to discuss his story with Jackson, the restaurant business, and all that the future holds—including a new location in Phoenix!

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Podcast No. 75: County Commissioners Jason Compton & Jay Bush

Kevin Adelsberger

For the next few weeks on our podcast, Kevin Adelsberger will be interviewing various elected officials from our city to learn about their responsibilities and how we can better be a part of our community. Today he interviews County Commissioners Jason Compton and Jay Bush to find out how these guys got to Jackson, what their day jobs at Jackson Generals and Clayton-Little PLLC are like, and what our County Commission does on a daily basis.

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Podcast No. 64: Harbert Alexander

Kevin Adelsberger

If you've been around Jackson for a while, you've probably met our county's historian, Harbert Alexander. Today Kevin Adelsberger sits down with this Madison County legend to hear about his past with the Bank of Jackson, his many authored books, and a few of his favorite stories from of our city's past.

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Podcast No. 60: Dustin Summers of Madison County Young Republicans

Kevin Adelsberger

With the presidential election just around the corner, we've definitely got government on the mind, and sometimes it's nice to have a place to debate and discuss our nation's issues. Today on our podcast, Kevin Adelsberger sits down with Dustin Summers, the Chairman of the Madison County Young Republicans and the Executive Director of the West Tennessee Physicians Alliance. Hear about this West Tennessee native's journey through politics, education, and health, and listen to his thoughts on this year's election.

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Podcast No. 56: Frank Hay of The Jackson Sun

Kevin Adelsberger

Last October, The Jackson Sun announced the hiring of a new General Manager and Director of Sales, Frank Hay. Today Kevin Adelsberger sits down with this Jackson transplant to learn how he ended up in West Tennessee after living in nearly every other state in the U.S.. We'll also explore Frank's journey from a NASA family to a music-centered education to now a career in the journalism world.

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Podcast No. 53: Chris Felder & Jeff Bannister of Grubb's Grocery

Kevin Adelsberger

As Grubb's Grocery gets ready to celebrate their one-year anniversary, Kevin Adelsberger welcomes owner Chris Felder to the podcast to hear about their first year of success and the heart of this business. We also meet new employee Jeff Bannister of Texas who is moving to Jackson to be a part of the healthy community Grubb's is creating.

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Podcast No. 50: Tyler Whetstone of The Jackson Sun

Kevin Adelsberger

It's easy to forget about just all the hard work that goes into getting the facts on local news to your hands or devices. Today Kevin Adelsberger sits down with Tyler Whetstone, local government reporter for The Jackson Sun, and learns a little about his background and the process behind writing these essential stories for our city.

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Podcast No. 48: Julian Williamson of Bluesland Films

Kevin Adelsberger

When you attend banquets, variety shows, and pageants, it's easy to forget the many hours and hard work going into making the music, lighting, and video elements seamless. Julian Williamson of Bluesland Films is a technological mastermind who has worked both within the Jackson community and with major companies like K-LOVE Radio, ESPN, and IBM. Kevin Adelsberger interviews this creative local and learns about his practice, family, and life here in Jackson.

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Podcast No. 41: Bart Swift

Kevin Adelsberger

Kevin Adelsberger had the pleasure of sitting down the Bart Swift, former businessman turned Court Clerk. They spoke about his career with the Catfish Cabin, his work in the court system, and his father-in-­law, Carl Perkins.

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Podcast No. 39: Lisa Peoples of Area Relief Ministries

Kevin Adelsberger

Kevin Adelsberger had the opportunity to sit down with Jackson native and Area Relief Ministries Executive Director, Lisa Peoples. In this podcast they talk about the work of ARM, Lisa’s family, and how to help ARM support our community.

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