Los Angeles – Our Backyard Homes founder TK Devine joined The Mark White Show to talk about his group’s effort to provide shelter to the homeless in Los Angeles and beyond through self-contained homes on wheels. Listen to the interview below (third segment).
Rogersville, Ala. – On October 23, 2015, Connie Ridgeway was brutally murdered in her Rogersville apartment. For almost three years now, the case has been left unsolved. Connie’s son, Austin Williams, joined the program today to talk about his experience and the hope that he has that justice will be served. Listen below.
Birmingham, Ala. – Normally, Jessica Borklund, who is a co-host on The Line on WYDE is the one asking the questions, but today, she joined The Mark White Show to share her daughter McKaylee’s cancer journey. Listen Below (final segment).
Huntsville, Ala. – On September 27th, Girl Power 2 Cure will host their 1st Annual Rockin’ For Rett Huntsville Dinner at the Huntsville Botanical Garden. At the event, Blakely Goodman, Tiana Vega, Jessi Watts, twins Charlie & Olivia Foster, and Violet Monson will all be honored along with their families. Tickets and tables for this special event and sponsorship opportunities are currently available. For more information, contact Kevin Pierce at (256) 468-1787 or email him at Kevin@GP2C.org. Listen to the promotional ad below.
Athens, Ala. – On Friday morning, several special guests shared their adoption experience on The Mark White Show. Joining me were Rebekah Penner, Norm Webb, Sr., Julie Adams, and Sam Calloway. Listen to the conversations below.
Ft. Payne, Ala. – John Dersham, photographer & president of Dekalb County Tourism, came to The Mark White Show to discuss his work in the photography & travel industries. Below, you can isten as John talks about how he became interested in photography 57 years ago through his dad’s 1930 Kodak Brownie camera. You’ll also hear about a new Alabama travel photography book coming out soon! For that and much more, listen below.
Decatur, Ala. – Author & Historian Peggy Towns joined The Mark White Show to discuss her American history research. She discussed her two books, Duty Driven & Scottsboro Unmasked Decatur’s Story. Our conversation can be found in the final segment of the show. Listen below.
Scottsboro, Ala. – When Easton was just three years old, he was diagnosed with cancer for the first time. Easton is now eight years old and has relapsed for the fourth time, with that said, Easton has recently been approved for special treatment in Memphis. His mom, Keisha Dolberry, came on the show to talk about their experience and to talk about ways others can help on Easton’s journey. A PayPal account has been set up to help with expenses. I had Keisha join me during The Mary Faye Headrick Good Deed Segment. You can listen to our conversation below.
Killen, Ala. – I first met Todd & Eileen Lancaster, owners of Lancaster’s wStorybook Acres, at a fundraising event at the North Alabama Flea Market for JM’s Journey. Right off, I saw the unique opportunity they had as small business owners to make a difference in the lives others. Eileen asked me what characters to bring to the studio and I left that decision to my four year old daughter, Cora. Having Anna, Elsa, and Olaf in studio was special for her. Listen to our conversation below.