We're asking the expert on The Bev Johnson Show on WDIA Radio. Attorney Carlee McCullough of The McCullough Law firm talks about divorce and what does consent really mean in a marriage. She also answers questions on other civil law topics.
There are a lot of myths when it comes to talking about bankruptcy so we are asking the expert. Attorney Ursula Woods of The Bankruptcy Firm and Preferred Title & Escrow clears up some of the myths about bankruptcy and answers questions from listeners on The Bev Johnson Show on WDIA Radio.
It's Friday and that means Relationship Day on The Bev Johnson Show on WDIA Radio. House Psychologist and Mental Health Specialist Dr. Warren Harper is in the house to talk about "Marital and Connection Breakups, why do they happen"? We also got a surprise visit from Genma Holmes who is on the Board of Directors for the Tennessee Radio Hall of Fame.
The Memphis River Parks Partnership is gearing up for some exciting things on the Mississippi River. Jamal Boddie, Hyde Fellow In Community Engagement talks about the upcoming plans for Tom Lee Park and other parks in the downtown area, as well as the exciting activities for the summer on The Bev Johnson Show on WDIA Radio.
The political season is nearing and educating residents on voting and the importance of voting is the focus of a "Civics 101 Voter Education Forum" on Saturday June 22nd in Memphis at St. Mary's Episcopal Church. Clifford Stockton Jr., Community Political Activist, and Ericka Sugarmon, Educator talk about the importance of voting and voter apathy on The Bev Johnson Show on WDIA Radio.
The Tennessee Men's Health Network is gearing up for their 12th Annual Men's Summit to help men get a hold on their health. Judy Togbo, Project Manager for the group and Clarence Williamson talk about the upcoming event and what to expect at the summit on The Bev Johnson Show on WDIA Radio.
The South Memphis Renewal Community Development Corporation is gearing up for Youth Build Memphis 2019/2022. Youth Build Memphis partners with local industry representatives and educators to help young people get academic instruction and construction skills. Jeffrey Higgs, Executive Director talks about the new program and what it will mean to youth and serving specific zip codes on The Bev Johnson Show on WDIA Radio.
It's Relationship on The Bev Johnson Show on WDIA Radio and Psychologist and Mental Health Specialist Dr. Warren Harper talks about relationships and fatherhood.
The Mid-South Minority Business Council Continuum will host its 2019 Economic Development Forum set for June 18-20 at The Guest House at Graceland. President /CEO of MMBC Jozelle Luster Booker talks about the event and this year's theme " Building a Diverse and Inclusive Economy: The Path Forward for Sustainable Growth" on THe Bev Johnson Show on WDIA Radio.
The Shelby County Community Services Agency still has monies for those residents who need help on their utility bills. Yulonda Rhodes and Cherry Whitehead Thompson with the agency explains how the program works and what you need to do to get the assistance you. The ladies also talk about programs to help with your prescriptions and on utility bills that are inactive on The Bev Johnson Show on WDIA Radio.
It's "Ask the Expert Day" with Attorney Ursula Woods from Preferred Title & Escrow and The Bankruptcy Firm. Attorney Woods talks about home ownership, bankruptcy and real estate with Dr. Kelvin Lake. They also answers questions from the listeners on The Bev Johnson Show on WDIA Radio.
June is "Healthy Homes Month" and United Housing is back to talk about it on The Bev Johnson Show on WDIA Radio. Amy Schafline, Executive Director of United Housing and Sharon Hyde with Green and Healthy Homes talk about housing and what it means to have a healthy home.
The Memphis Bus Riders Union is calling on elected officials in City and County government to significantly increase public transit funding in FY2020, as both the Memphis City Council and Shelby County Commission enter budget season. Justin Davis, Organizing Coordinator along with Cynthia Bailey, Sammie Hunter, and Charles Johnson talk about MBRU and their plans on The Bev Johnson Show on WDIA Radio.
It's Relationship Day on The Bev Johnson Show on WDIA Radio and the house Psychologist and Mental Health Specialist Dr. Dorothy Jeffries is in the house! Dr. Jeffries is answering email and answering questions from our the listerners about relationships on WDIA Radio.
There is a new "Ask the Expert" on The Bev Johnson Show on WDIA Radio and its Ruth Phillips, AVP/Community Development Area Manager for BancorpSouth Mortgage. Ms Phillips talks about the benefits of home ownership and gives tips on how to work with a bank and how it can help you. As well as programs that are available to help in lending money.
Manhood University and WOWS Women Offering Women Support is up and running through the City of Memphis. Ken Moody, assistant to Mayor Jim Strickland, Mayor of Memphis talks about how the program is helping men and women to better their lives on The Bev Johnson Show.
A new note will be placed on historic Beale Street for legendary singer who recorded for Stax Records. J Blackfoot also know for his number one hit "Taxi' will get the honor on Sunday June 2nd at 2pm in Memphis. J Blackfoot also sang with The Soul Children. Ann Hines who sung with J and his musical director Thomas Bingham talk about the upcoming event on The Bev Johnson Show on WDIA Radio.
There will be a Community Judicial Awareness Forum on Saturday June 1st at the Progressive Baptist Church in Memphis. Assistant Deputy District Attorney Reginald Henderson and chairman of the event Charles Beasley talks about the upcoming forum on The Bev Johnson Show on WDIA Radio.
A retired board certified pediatrician and motivational speaker concerned with the dangers and over use of prescription medications and the exposure of toxins has created her on line of organic and herbal supplements for health care. Dr. Marilyn Watts wants to empower people to have a healthier lifestyle. She talks about it on The Bev Johnson Show on WDIA Radio.
Grammy award winner and native Memphian Kirk Whalum will host Kafe' Kirk, a new monthly series at crosstown Theater at Crosstown Concourse in Memphis every first Sunday beginning with Sunday June 2nd with special guests Kortland and Kameron Whalum. Kafe' Kirk is a concert with musical collaborations between Whalum and his special guests as well as on stage interviews between the musicians about music, life, and spirituality.