Here’s to the Week Ahead
From music to family activities, Jackson's calendar is always full of fun.
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.
Treat Yourself, JXN
Anytime is the perfect time to gift a loved one (or yourself!) a day of pampering and relaxation.
Celebrate Black Excellence and Black History in JXN
Jackson's history as a destination central to the Civil Rights movement means that generations of exceptional Black Mississippians have contributed to make the city what it is today.
10 Black-Owned Restaurants You Want To Visit in JXN
The City With Soul's rich culinary landscape would be nothing without the foundational delicacies found in Black-owned restaurants.
Dixie National Rodeo and Livestock Show
Join cowboys, cowgirls, 4-H and FFA members, rodeo queens, and spectators at the Mississippi State Fairgrounds every January and February for the largest professional rodeo east of the Mississippi River.
Soul Sessions Podcast: Chef Rashanna Newsome and Ebony Jones
Rashanna Newsome and Ebony Jones: ring any bells? What about Manship and Aplos? All right, now we're cooking.
Chef Rashanna Newsome Doesn’t Have a Favorite Dish
Known for her imaginative flavors and riffs on classic dishes, Chef Rashanna Newsome helps keep the flames and culinary innovation burning.
JXN Sliced: Pizza
Some may argue that pizza is the perfect food.
Bringing The Tropics to JXN: Five Spots to Beat Winter Blues
Get your vacation fix in the City With Soul with these local tropical-inspired foodie spots. No sunscreen or plane travel required!
MUST SEE (AND HEAR): JANUARY & FEBRUARY MUSIC IN JXN
It’s a new year, which means the music scene in Jackson is ready for another round.
Burnside to Headline Mississippi Makers Fest
Mississippi Makers Fest will be back for its second year at the Two Mississippi Museums.
MLK Weekend in Jackson
Martin Luther King Jr. was a civil rights leader who fought for equality and justice for African Americans in the United States.
Where to Go for King Cake In JXN
Ask Jacksonians where to get a king cake and the answers vary. Wiseguys may say, “New Orleans” and, while fair, why not let NOLA come to you?