On today’s episode, Derek and Brad discuss weekend entertainment options (20:15), including a broadcast by “Thacker Mountain Radio” at Tupelo’s Link Centre. Joining host Jim Dees and the Yalobushwackers house band will be bluesman Walter “Wolfman” Washington and author Alysia Burton Steele.
Meanwhile, the Art-er Limits Fringe Festival will be held in Oxford, and Corinth Theatre-Arts will present “Monty Python’s Spamalot.”
Also, on today’s episode, food editor Ginna Parsons (7:09) talks about peanut butter and chocolate pie and focaccia rosmarino – flatbread that is pillowy and chewy on the inside, crunchy on the outside, brushed with olive oil and sprinkled with sea salt. Ginna also talks about Cook of the Week Sherry Hall of Ripley, the kitchen manager at Magnolia Place assisted living center in New Albany. Her specialties include chicken and dressing, banana pudding, crustless coconut dessert and sweet potato casserole.
M. Scott Morris (14:53) reviews “Atmoic Blonde,” a movie he says chooses Cold War style over substance.