The Pulse: Memphis

The Pulse: Memphis

Keeping our fingertips on "The Pulse" of our communities in the Mid-South and around the world; with your host, Stormy!

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January 16, 2022 31 min
Faith Morris of the NCRM stops to share the activities and more about the museum and the work that they do for and in Memphis and around the world.
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November 18, 2021 30 min
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Chief Davis shares what police are doing in Memphis and that they need the communities help.
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Mata Chief of Staff, Bacarra Mauldin shares information about the new and important changes coming to Memphis and the Mid-South bus route services. Please be sure and share.
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Agape is a non profit organization in Memphis that is funded by people who partner and support the organization and Memphis. They are getting ready for their biggest event of the year call "Heartlight!" This year it features a silent auction and gospel artist Donnie McClurkin and Stephen Curtis Chapman. Listen to find out more.
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LaDell Beamon with Heal the Hood has a new Memphis Hero named "Wade" and visit schools to share bullying and non violence tips. He also has a comic book about the character "Wade" that he hands out for free to children in the Mid-South.

Vonesha Mitchell is the Director of the Women's Buisness Center South, a new non profit that is here in Memphis to help women that own businesses. She shares valuable resources fo...
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Marquiepta Odom the Executive Director of the YWCA shares how you can reach out for help if you are being abused. Please call the Memphis Hotline number at 1-901-725-4277 if you need help. YWCA can be reached at 901-320-6019.
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Stevie Moore is the Founder of FFUN, Freedom From Unnecessary Negatives and Stop the Killing. He is working tirelessly in the Memphis community to stop the killing among youths and adults.
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Superintendent Ray talks about a plan in place at Shelby County Schools to keep children safe and the shooting that took place Thursday at Cummings K-8 School.
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Chief Lane shares about the press conference that's coming up today at 10am. He also says that they know who the shooter is and more about the mass shooting.
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Commissioner Turner talks about Masks in schools, covid 19 and more issues affecting the people of Shelby County in Tennessee.
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Bobby shares details of his life and how it feels to be inducted into the TN Radio Hall of Fame.
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Jonathan Cross talks about gun safety with the new Permit less gun law having gone into effect in Tennessee. Courtney McNeal shares details about FREE rides to get a Covid Vaccine in Shelby County
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Cynthia shares her excitement about Juneteenth being a National Holiday and her Juneteenth weekend events in Memphis and Brent shares his excitement about being chosen one of Forbes magazines Next 1000.
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Sista Strut 7th Annual Drive Through Parade Presented by you Mid South Chevy Dealers is Saturday June 5th.
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Beverly shares updates about the M Bridge that connects Memphis and West Memphis, jobs and the work of the Chamber of Memphis.
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Carmeon is from West Memphis, Arkansas and resides in Memphis. She is getting her own TV show on HGTV after becoming the new Design Star.
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Former Memphis Police Director Mike Rallings has retired and we are saying goodbye to him on the Pulse. He has a lot to share.
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Prep Curry, who is a Cut and Sew Designer, shares his story with Stormy about growing up in Memphis and the journey to having his brand in Banana Republic.
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