Here’s to the Week Ahead
The Dixie National Rodeo - weekend 1 - comes to the Fairgrounds this weekend and more in the week ahead.
Jackson: she’s birthed many historical marks that have shaped this country and beyond. And today, our music and museums, festivals and events, art and artists, and chefs and restaurants have plenty to say about a city on the move.
Jackson Welcomes Student Tour Groups
Looking for student-friendly destinations and activities in Jackson, Mississippi?
Soul Sessions Podcast: Ryan Dennis
On today's episode, Chief Curator and artistic Director for the Center for Art and Public Exchange at the Mississippi Museum of Art in Jackson, Ryan Dennis.
Spend a Spring Day in the City With Soul
If the pollen and pop up storms don't get to you, there's no better time than spring to explore Jackson!
Explore Jackson’s Downtown Architecture
Jackson showcases a variety of architectural styles, notable for their ornate nature and historic roles in the formation of the culture of Mississippi's capital city.
MMA Debuts Art Exhibition Examining Great Migration
The Mississippi Museum of Art (MMA) presents A Movement in Every Direction: Legacies of the Great Migration
Nick’s Picks: Jackson’s ‘Top Chef’ Shares Local Food Favorites
Jackson chef and Bravo Top Chef Houston contestant Nick Wallace shares his top picks for your next bite in the City With Soul.
‘Sisters in Arts’ Reveal Mural
As National Women's History Month winds down this week, Greater Jackson Arts Council announces a new arts project of real feminine force and true lasting effect.
BICENTENNIAL BIRTHS EXCLUSIVE COCKTAILS
The City of Jackson’s bicentennial celebration just got a bit more spirited with the release of two craft cocktails – and you can make them at home.
God Wants Us to Eat Up: An Essay by THE Sweet Potato Queen®, Jill Conner Browne
There is no mystery a-tall as to why the Sweet Potato Queen Wannabe groups from around the world have fallen deeply in love with Jackson: All of our Basic Food Groups (sweet…
CAPE at MMA Unveils Artist Peters’ Project on Farish Street
Mississippi Museum of Art’s (MMA) Center for Art and Public Exchange (CAPE) unveiled the final project from 2021 national artist-in-residence Shani Peters.
Women-Owned Businesses in Jackson
Jackson has a long history of women who've made monumental differences in Mississippi and beyond, from authors and artists to doctors and teachers.
From Folk to Country and Hard Rock, Here Are 5 Music Events Before March Ends
Spring is here in the Deep South, and with it, live music to delight the soul.