Live at 9: Me Too, Almetria Turner, Memphis prohibition history & Chef Ragan

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The impact of Me Too in the workplace

With the anniversary of the start of the Me Too movement drawing near, just how is it impacting women in the workplace? New research points to men, particularly male bosses, avoiding women in the workplace or even hiring them. Attorney Courtney Leyes stopped by to discuss this fine line we’re walking more and more.

Battling the bulge with Almetria Turner

Tennessee is the 16th most obese state in the nation with Mississippi coming in at second and Arkansas at seventh. Almetria Turner joined us with three things women in particular can do in the battle against the bulge.

Memphis prohibition history

From 1920 until 1933 prohibition reigned in the U.S., but did you know that even after that Memphis was still a dry city for a while? Author Patrick O’Daniel’s new book “Crusaders, Gangsters and Whiskey” looks at the rise and fall of prohibition and its impact on the Bluff City.

Cooking with Chef Ragan

Want to get out and enjoy this weather? There’s no better way to do that than gather your friends and head outdoors with some food. Chef Ragan stopped by to share some street food recipes to get that outdoor party started in your own backyard

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