Our cityCURRENT Radio Show airs each Sunday from 7-8 AM across all four Cumulus Media Memphis radio stations, which reach more than 750,000 listeners each week: Kix 106, 98.1 The Max, 98.9 The Bridge, and 103.5 WRBO. The show is focused on positives and features interviews with a mix of business and community leaders who discuss important trends, efforts, lessons learned, and ways to get engaged and make an impact in the Mid-South.
Nashville Radio Show: STARS – Supports young people through the social and emotional barriers.
Host Jeremy C. Park talks with Rodger Dinwiddie, CEO of STARS in Nashville, Tennessee, who discusses the history and growth of the organization, along with their programs and services focused on hope, health and connection for youth. During the interview, Dinwiddie highlights some of the different programs, helpful tips for parents and youth to prevent and deal with bullying, some of the major issues that youth are facing right now with anxiety and depression, and how the pandemic has impacted their work. He also talks about how individuals can access their support services and get involved with the organization.
Nashville Radio Show: RoofTop – Rental/Mortgage Assistance Program
Host Jeremy C. Park talks with Lisa Wooley, Executive Director of RoofTop, who discusses their history and efforts to provide rent or mortgage assistance to residents of Davidson County, preventing evictions and potential homelessness. During the interview, Wooley highlights their impact and ways they have continued to provide needed support through the pandemic, tornado and bombing, along with their collaborative approach, lessons learned and ways individuals can help them make a difference.
Nashville Radio Show: Nurses for Newborns of Tennessee – Efforts to Prevent Infant Mortality
Host Jeremy C. Park talks with Amanda Peltz Dennison, Executive Director with Nurses for Newborns of Tennessee, who discusses their efforts to prevent infant mortality, child abuse and neglect. During the interview, Amanda shares how they send registered nurses into the homes of at-risk families, the ABC's of Safe Sleep, how the pandemic has impacted families and their efforts, stories of success, how the community can help, and more.
Nashville Radio Show: Tennessee Fisher House – Free Lodging for Families of Veterans Receiving Medical Care
Host Jeremy C. Park talks with Don Wright, past president and current board member with the Tennessee Fisher House, who highlights their efforts to provide free lodging for families of veterans receiving medical care. When veterans undergo medical treatment for several weeks, the Tennessee Fisher House provides a place to stay at no cost to their families. The Tennessee Fisher House is located on Alvin C. York VA Medical Center Campus in Murfreesboro, Tennessee. During the interview, Wright talks about their impact, the feedback from families supported, changes with the pandemic, how the community can support their efforts, and more.
Nashville Radio Show: Tennessee Poison Center – Poison HELP Hotline (1-800-222-1222)
Host Jeremy C. Park talks with Dr. Nena Bowman, Pharmacist and Clinical Toxicologist with the Tennessee Poison Center, who highlights their efforts as a comprehensive poison resource center located on the campus of Vanderbilt University Medical Center. The organization is the statewide poison emergency information and resource center for the public and healthcare professionals. All calls to the Poison Help hotline are fast, free and confidential. During the interview, Dr. Bowman discusses their Poison Hotline (1-800-222-1222), their COVID-19 Public Health hotline with the Tennessee Department of Health (1-877-857-2945), valuable tips for protecting yourself and loved ones, and more.
Nashville Radio Show: BRIDGES Domestic Violence Center
Bridges Domestic Violence Center serves women, men, and their children affected by domestic violence, ensuring a safe transition to successful independent living through education, intervention, and case management. Bridges, the only domestic violence shelter in Williamson County, serves women, men, and their children affected by domestic violence.
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Weekly dose of positivity
I get so bogged down with the negativity on the news and social media. It’s amazing to finally hear the good stuff going on in our community! You hear from businesses, nonprofits, government, schools, etc, and how they’re giving back and making the world better.
Jeremy seeks out the good in Memphis and gives them a platform to share their organization. Well done!
Highlighting the good
It's always an honor to share the good going on in our community!