Welcome back to another episode of 


We kick off the show by discussing the Phase 1 reopening of Virginia and a recap of our Mother’s Day celebrations!

We then speak to Brad and Sarah Braxendell, 2 local teachers, who join us to discuss the challenges of teaching remotely, as well as the reward of seeing their students overcome obstacles and take an initiative in their learning. They also discuss winning a grant from Cox, to assist in their teaching efforts.

We then hear from Caleb Kinchlow, author of Parents, Kids & Technology, who has some ideas on how to assist with the current homeschool situation most families are finding themselves in at this time.

Sabrina Carr joins us next to discuss Foster Care Awareness Month, and the efforts of The Up Center to support children in Hampton Roads.
Up next, Quincy tackles a foundation issue with AMC911. Check it out as he searches for the right tools for the job. Is he up to par with the pros?
Then, CEO of BayPort Credit Union, Jim Mears, stops by the show to discuss 5 organizations in particular who were chosen to win grants for their community support.
Then, Tracy Wiggs joins us to discuss the current hardships our comedy clubs are facing with the pandemic still in full effect. Will comedy still be the same when the country returns to normal?
Our final guest is jazz musician Chan Hall, performing his original song, Exhilarated.
As we leave you with these smooth and soulful sounds, we would like to remind everyone to submit their pics and videos to Share@Living757.com for your chance to be on the show! Also, if you have a local business, band, or story you think we should feature, hit us up with your info! We look forward to hearing from you!
Until next week, Hampton Roads! Be safe out there!