Bluff City Life: Friday, 29 Oct
Bluff City Life, weekdays at noon. Here’s what’s in today’s show.
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (WMC) - Here’s what’s in today’s show:
Self-Advocacy After Surviving a Stroke
It’s World Stroke Day and roughly 800-thousand people in the U. S. will suffer a stroke. But how do you know it’s time to call 9-1-1? Ashanti Coleman was moments away from a life or death decision.
Ashanti Coleman | Two-Time Stroke Survivor | heart.org
Mental Health America of the Mid-South
Monitoring your mental health. It’s important to make sure it’s steady and see the options to help keep everything in check.
Ashley Nunnally | Supervisor of Erase the Stigma Youth Program (ETSY)
Zakeria Clark | West TN Coordinator of Erase the Stigma Youth Program (ETSY)
Free & anonymous mental health screenings: mhamidsouth.org
Request a youth presentation for ETSY: midsouthmentalhealth.org | firstname.lastname@example.org
Memphis True Crime Tour
The darker side of Memphis. Creepy legends, lore and sightings - see what you can uncover on the new Historical Haunts tour.
Stephen Guenther Managing Partner of Historical Haunts of Memphis | historicalhauntsmemphis.com
The Story of Georgia Tann
It’s a sinister story - not well known. We’re going through the true crime case of Memphis’ Georgia Tann with a new Historical Haunts tour.
Tanya Vandesteeg | Historical Haunts of Memphis | Memphis True Crime Tour
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