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True talk about life, love, and the pursuit of happiness via personal experiences.

Wednesdays 4pm Eastern / 3pm Central

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Host Cathy Nutt

has a degree in Health, Physical Education, and recreation from Oklahoma State University. She is an entrepreneur, buying and selling two businesses by the age of 25. Cathy has a commercial real estate license in Oklahoma specializing in real estate investments. She has been a hairstylist for 35 years with licenses in four states. She has a bartending and coffee barista license, also. Cathy has lived in many different cities developing friendships in all directions. In the past five years, Cathy has been experiencing the challenges as a single, middle aged, divorcee. She chooses to remain positive and encouraging to others. Throughout this journey, there have been many laughs, tears, fun, misery, and more! Stay tuned!

What people say about Cathy:

Cathy is loyal, kind , hardworking, generous, fun, hilarious, and she always speaks the truth. I have known her for 33 years and love her like my family.  Lori Huggins

Cathy is a loyal friend, consistent, plain spoken, always speaks the truth, compassionate, funny, sometimes really funny, confident, but, sweetly vulnerable, too. One of my favorite people of all time with a beautiful laugh! Leith Hoggard

Cathy: Here’s my words to describe her: Integrity, honesty, loyalty, authenticity, strong, incredible mama bear to your children, great friend, and FUN and beautiful. Suzanne Waddell

Describing Cathy: LOYAL - She would knock down a doorpost for me or at least tell someone off for me!! She’s beautiful inside and out with a great smile! Kitty Ledbetter

Email Cathy @, visit facebook: Cathy Nutt, Instagram page: Cathynutt2020

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April 14, 2021 Show

Special Guest: Crystal Rosser

I was born and raised in Memphis, TN; youngest of 3. Dedicated wife, mother, daughter, sister and friend. I am currently working at Kowa Pharmaceuticals as a Sales Representative. My professional
experience includes 10 years in supply chain management and 9 years of sales. I completed my undergraduate degree from the University of Memphis in 2002 (Management Information Systems) and masters from Strayer University in 2008 (Educational Management).

What life means to me:
Life to me means friends and family who you can trust and who trust you. I am on the happy side of life, but like all working professionals, I do I have my "days" and realize I need to get more from my job. My support system is great. It consist of my husband and 19 year old daughter. What's my outlook on the future Develop more experience in the pharmaceutical industry and obtain top sales club. Continue to support my husband achieve his dreams in coaching as well as my daughter with her desire to become a dentist.  “If you think it, it can be done”



March 31, 2021 Show

Special Guest: Paula Raffo

Paula is the wife of Arkansas State University head baseball coach Tommy Raffo. Paula is the mother of 3: Claudia former Miss Arkansas and pharmacy student at UAMS, Anna, a senior marketing major at Arkansas State University, and Ford, age 13 attends Nettleton High School. Join us for Rants about sports fans, and sports and more.




March 17, 2021 Show

Special Guest: Jennifer Belcastro


Jennifer entered the real estate industry after excelling in the hospitality and gaming industry as a top-level casino executive, including Director of Player Development and leader for over 20 years, Jennifer Belcastro creates a new level as a Concierge Real Estate Agent. Jennifer does more than representing buyers and sellers for properties; she brings a unique experience by anticipating her client’s needs, providing exceptional service, closing the deal to the benefit of all involved, and developing long-term relationships. As a dedicated mother of two, animal lover, and graduate of UNLV, Jennifer has lived all over Southern Nevada from Southern Highlands to Summerlin. Her ability to negotiate has been developed from her many years in the gaming industry. Jennifer can provide opportunities for sellers to profit from real estate and buyers to make their American Dream a reality.



March 10, 2021 Show

My guest today live from the beach!

Girl talk!

Jeannie Bonds



March 3, 2021 Show

Mother/Daughter Talks With Lexis!



February 24, 2021 Show

Special Guest: Peter G

Host of the Peter G Show

Life and then some! Sunday Nights.

The greatest divorce and single parenting show guy for both men and women.


February 10, 2021 Show

Special Guest: Harold Copenhaver,

Mayor of Jonesboro, Arkansas.

Harold Copenhaver has strong roots in Jonesboro. Harold’s parents, Dr. Harold and Ladye Copenhaver, raised Harold in Jonesboro after his father retired as a Major with 23 years of service in the United States Air Force. After retiring from the military, his father served 17 years as Dean of Fine Arts for Arkansas State University.

Harold is the current Mayor of Jonesboro, Arkansas and was previously a Senior Business Development Officer for Centennial Bank. He is a graduate of Jonesboro High School and majored in Business Administration with a focus on Agriculture Business at Arkansas State University. Harold has an extensive background in agriculture and insurance. He served as Farm Manager for Covington Farms Inc. before starting his insurance career. Harold has been involved in the insurance industry for over 25 years focusing his attention on insuring churches before becoming a business partner at United Insurance Agency.

Dedicated to giving back to Jonesboro, Harold has been involved with many local boards, committees, and organizations and currently serves on the City Youth Ministries and North East Arkansas Food Pantry boards. During his time at ASU, Copenhaver was a member of the Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity as well as the student government while serving as a Senator. He was a board member of the Rotary Club of Jonesboro. One honor Harold and his wife, Kathleen Covington Copenhaver, are especially proud of is being recognized as the 2009 Red Wolf Family of the Year, awarded to the family who best exemplifies support for Arkansas State University.

Harold and his wife of 38 years, Kathleen, a teacher at St. Marks Day School, are the parents of three children: Lauren Copenhaver Nunnally, Austin, and Myles, and the proud grandparents of 3. Harold, known to his friends as “Cope”, is a lifetime hunter and musician. The Copenhaver’s are members of First Baptist Church where Harold is a part of “The Men’s Trio”, a vocal group that performs across the state.

Legislative Background
During the 89th General Assembly Rep. Copenhaver served on 5 committees and 3 subcommittees while successfully sponsoring numerous pieces of legislation that passed with strong bipartisan support. Representative Copenhaver served as the Chair of the House Revenue and Taxation subcommittee on Sales, Use, Miscellaneous Taxes and Exemptions in addition to serving as Vice-Chair of the Legislative Joint Auditing subcommittee on State Agencies. Rep. Copenhaver was also appointed by House Speaker Davy Carter (R- Cabot) to serve as the Co-Vice Chair Arkansas Blue Ribbon Committee on 911 Systems, the National Conference of State Legislators task force on redistricting and elections, and the Southern Legislative Conference Committee on Fiscal Affairs and Government Operations.
Harold’s track record fighting for issues facing his district earned him statewide recognition. Following the session, Representative Copenhaver was recognized by the Arkansas Municipal League as a “Distinguished Legislator” for his support of issues facing his community. Harold was also recognized by the Arkansas Advocates and Kids Count organizations as being one of two to be honored as a “Legislative Champion” for his voting record on issues facing children and families.

Legislative Committees
*Chair: Revenue & Taxation- House Sales, Use, Misc. Taxes & Exemptions Subcommittee
*Vice Chair: Legislative Joint Auditing-State Agencies
*Vice Chair: Local 911 Systems Blue Ribbon Committee
*Vice Chair: State & Public School Life & Health Insurance Task Force
*Insurance & Commerce- House
*Insurance & Commerce- House Insurance Subcommittee
*Joint Performance Review
*Legislative Joint Auditing
*Revenue & Taxation- House
*Non-Voting: Education Committee- House



February 3, 2021 Show

Special Guest: Starla Denton



January 27, 2021 Show

Gena R. Timberman (Choctaw)


For nearly 20 years, Gena has committed her professional career to the pursuit of planning and guiding cultural projects in Indian Country toward successful completion.  From 1999-2013, she championed the dream to build an American Indian Cultural Center and Museum in Oklahoma.  She has been mentored by some of Indian country’s top leaders; and, she has worked closely with city, state, county, federal and tribal governments in varied matters of site and project development.  As Director of the Native American Cultural & Educational Authority, Gena lead the development of a nearly 300-acre site on the Oklahoma River envisioned to be the future home of a world-class cultural destination, a landscaped and programmed park and trails system, commercial development and visitor welcome center.  She understands the issues in advancing project vision while managing the operational, institutional, and legal issues of challenging and complex projects.

In 1996, Gena graduated from Oklahoma State University with a B.A. in English.  She received the Outstanding Contribution to the Native American Community award.  In 1999, she graduated from the University of Oklahoma College of Law and currently focuses her practice on Indian Country business development relative to cultural tourism and managing issues related to cultural projects and museum administration.

Over the years, Gena has provided a multitude of local, statewide, national and international public keynote speeches, presentations and lectures on project development and management, as well as Oklahoma tribal cultures, cultural tourism, and economic development in Indian Country

            In 2013, Gena formed Luksi Group, LLC, a consulting business that provides cultural direction for creative design in Indian Country projects.  Gena was recently engaged with the Choctaw Nation in the planning of the Choctaw Cultural Center.  She currently serves as a consultant on the completion of the American Indian Cultural Center in Oklahoma City.  From guiding projects that benefit Native communities to planning cultural destinations and events, Gena draws from her talents and experience in project management, public engagement, cultural and educational program development, and cultural awareness of American Indian tribes to plan successful and sustainable projects in Indian Country…projects that uplift relationships and reflect the diverse and beautiful values of our Native cultures.  



January 19, 2021 Show

Special Guest: Rabbi Steve Leder

Steve Leder is the senior rabbi of Wilshire Boulevard Temple in Los Angeles. After receiving his degree in writing and graduating cum laude from Northwestern University, and spending time studying at Trinity College, Oxford University, Leder received a master's degree in Hebrew letters in 1986 and rabbinical ordination in 1987 from Hebrew Union College. He is the author of three books: The Extraordinary Nature of Ordinary ThingsMore Money Than God: Living a Rich Life Without Losing Your Soul, and the bestseller More Beautiful Than Before: How Suffering Transforms Us.




January 13, 2021 Show

Special Guest: John Frankel

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January 6, 2021 Show

Lexis Nutt

Mother/Daughter talks!

(Editor's Note: Powerful. Listen to this show!)



December 30, 2020 Show

Cousin talk today


Special Guest: Nancy Daggs!



December 23, 2020 Show

Join Jeannie McDanial and me today.

We will be talking about Christmas traditions and the history of some of them!  

Merry Christmas!