Friday
Jun222018

London Walks | A Village in Piccadilly

The royal family, upscale shopping, art, literature and gems of all kinds hide in plain sight near Piccadilly Circus. “A Village in Piccadilly,” the London Walks tour, guides you right to them. | http://www.walks.com | Produced by Jim Albritton 

Monday
Jun182018

London Walks Knows Secrets and Shares Them

From a virtually hidden 300-year-old courtyard to a church housing a forgotten Norman crypt, the Secret London Walk weaves its way down back alleys and through a millennium and more of history to reveal hidden mysteries of the British capital. London Walks offers the Secret London Walk on Tuesdays at 10:45 a.m. at the Chancery Lane Tube Station. | Produced by Jim Albritton

Sunday
Jun172018

Fondren Hosts Fourth Annual Mississippi Craft Beer Festival

Beer lovers, sampling more than a hundred different craft beers, filled the lot behind Duling Hall for the fourth annual Mississippi Craft Beer Festival. The event, presented by the Fondren Renaissance Foundation in cooperation with Capital City Beverages, Inc. and Southern Beverage Company, featured breweries from Mississippi and neighboring states. | Produced by http://newsocracy.tv.

Saturday
Jun022018

London Walks | The Best Way to See the Cotswolds

See the Cotswolds with London Walks. No need to book. Just show up at Paddington Station for a stress-free guided journey to England's achingly beautiful land of storybook villages, stone bridges, unmatched flower gardens and historic churches. Learn more at http://www.walks.com. | Produced by Jim Albritton | Newsocracy.TV

Tuesday
May292018

The Crown Walk is as Epic as the Netflix Series

Four top-flight London Walks guides have created a walk as audacious and epic as the Netflix series upon which it’s based. The Crown Walk at 2:30 p.m. on Wednesdays and Sundays makes its way through the Royal neighborhood from Buckingham Palace to Clarence House to Westminster Abbey. Along they way, fact and fiction lead to fascinating discoveries about Britain’s royal family. Hundreds of London Walks are available at http://www.walks.com.

Saturday
May262018

London Walks | ‘Hello London’ — A Superb Introduction to the British Capital

The Hello London Walk is the British capital's highlight reel. In just two hours, you'll see the famous landmarks: Big Ben, Westminster Abbey, St. James's Park, Buckinham Palace and, weather permitting, the changing of the guard. London Walks offers this quintessential tour twice weekly on Wednesdays and Sundays at 10 a.m. | http://www.walks.com

Wednesday
May232018

Rock 'N' Roll London Pub Walk | Live Music, History & Beer

Twice weekly London Walks guide Adam Scott leads music fans in search of London's rock 'n' roll past. And along the way he sets the scene, playing the music and singing the songs that still influence the music we hear today.  Learn more about the Rock 'n' Roll London Pub Walk at http://www.walks.com. | Produced by Jim Albritton | Newsocracy.TV

Wednesday
May232018

One Guy Serves Diverse Menu to Devoted Foodies

Kendrick Gordon may be just one guy, but he serves up a diverse menu you wouldn't expect to find on a Mississippi food truck. Trained at Le Cordon Bleu in Paris, his goal is to stand out by offering the unexpected to a growing number of loyal diners amazed by the quality of his meals. You can find One Guy Steak & Chicken at 1494 Old Fannin Road in Brandon, Mississippi. | http://oneguysteakchicken.com

Wednesday
May232018

UMMC Confers 930 Degrees in Health Sciences Professions

UMMC conferred degrees to 930 students on Friday. The graduates of the schools of Medicine, Dentistry, Graduate Studies in the Health Sciences, Nursing, and Health Related Professions are leaving campus with the aim of improving health and quality of life. They were recognized during UMMC’s 62nd Commencement at the Mississippi Coliseum in Jackson. | Produced by Jim Albritton

Tuesday
May012018

London Walks | Old Hampstead Village Walk

Our setting is London's most picturesque neighborhood — a perfectly preserved Georgian village crowning the top of a handsome hill and garnished with the capital's most elegant old world promenade, a medley of cobble-stone lanes, pretty cottages, surprising turnings, and unsurpassed views. The cast of characters ranges from the highwayman Dick Turpin to the painter Constable to the poet Keats; from Freud and D.H. Lawrence to Sting and Boy George; from Elizabeth Taylor and Judy Dench and Emma Thompson to Rex Harrison, Peter O'Toole, Alan Bates, Liam Gallagher and Jeremy Irons. And for good measure, there's London's most villagey atmosphere, white swans on a lake, and magnificent Hampstead Heath. | http://www.walks.com 

Thursday
Apr122018

GI Associates | Butts & Guts 5K Race for Colon Cancer Awareness

StinkyFeet Athletics and GI Associates joined forces to bring an end—hundreds actually—to colon cancer.

Thursday
Apr122018

GI Associates' Team Gives Back to Patients in Need

Each year the GI Associates' team gathers to give back to the community. Colon cancer screenings are provided for those who wouldn't otherwise be able to afford them.  

Tuesday
Mar062018

Radiothon Drops Mic, Brings in More than $502K

For the second year in a row, the Mississippi Miracles Radiothon, through pledges from individuals, families and businesses, has raised more than $500,000 for Children’s of Mississippi. From Wednesday to Friday, on-air personalities broadcasted live from the Batson Children’s Hospital lobby, giving patients and their families a chance to share their stories. | Produced by Jim Albritton

 

Saturday
Feb242018

All Access Fondren | Jackson Neighborhood is Mississippi Cool | Episode Two

Mississippi Restaurateur Nathan Glenn offers a behind the scenes tour of Fondren, the Jackson neighborhood he knows best. In this episode: Pig & Pint, Hops and Habanas, Fondren Underground, Barrelhouse, Campbell's Bakery and Sneaky Beans. | Produced by Jim Albritton

Tuesday
Feb202018

JSU's Sonic Boom Brings Mardi Gras to Children's of Mississippi

Jackson State University’s Sonic Boom of The South band brought the sounds of New Orleans second line music to the halls of Blair E. Batson Hospital for Children, where patients, families, Children’s of Mississippi employees and band members paraded on Fat Tuesday. | Produced by Jim Albritton