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The Breakroom | Karen White's 'Grit Lit' | A Timeless Love

The Breakroom panel takes on Beyonce’s Superbowl halftime show, Hillary’s feminism messages, and a controversial bill to reduce crime. Plus, Karen White writes fiction, mostly mysteries. But she likes to call her work "grit lit," a genre of work dedicated to stories told from the perspectives of Southern women. White is a featured author at his year's Savannah Book Festival. And J.B .and Lynette Tuttle of Savannah, Georgia married each other 72 years ago. Now in their 90's, they're both retired and living in a nursing home. While they may have slowed down, their love for each other hasn't.



Full Show - February 12, 2016

Karen White writes fiction, mostly mysteries. But she likes to call her work "grit lit," a genre of work dedicated to stories told from the perspectives of Southern women. White is a featured author at his year's Savannah Book Festival and she talks with us about her latest work.

J.B .and Lynette Tuttle of Savannah, Georgia married each other 72 years ago. Now in their 90's, they're both retired and living in a nursing home. While they may have slowed down, their love for each other hasn't. Producer Sean Powers brings us a timeless story of romance just in time for Valentine’s Day weekend.

Then, The Breakroom panel takes on Beyonce’s Super Bowl halftime show, Hillary’s feminism messages, and a controversial bill to reduce crime.