TM Garret – promoter, speaker, activist – speaks about compassion wherever he goes. He should know, because as a former Neo-Nazi it was a compassionate encounter with a man of a different faith and color than he who years ago helped Mr. Garret out of a life of fear and hate. Join us for our first full-length podcast, thanks to the folks at WYPL, for an intimate conversation and this remarkable, inspiring turnaround.
When Anasa Troutman walked into the historic Clayborn Temple, “I could literally hear the building talking to me,” she said. “I knew I was meant to do something in that space.” Listen to this episode […]
In the second part of our inaugural show interview, living Memphis legend Jimmy Ogle talks about baseball, his days around the old fair grounds, and the good karma he carries around his wallet. Brought to […]
For our April 7 show, we sat down with Pat Halloran, the esteemed former President and CEO of the Orpheum Theatre, and we discussed his early days in Memphis and at the Orpheum, his new […]
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