Here’s to the Week Ahead
The bright lights shine in Belhaven this weekend for their annual festival - and more in this week’s lineup.
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.
Clinton, Barbour to Honor Lives of Governor William and Elise Winter
On Tuesday, May 3, 2022, the Mississippi Department of Archives and History (MDAH) will celebrate the lives of Governor William Winter and First Lady Elise Winter
St. Patrick’s Festivities in Jackson
Don't be green with envy: Jackson loves to paddy and has plenty of upcoming sites, sounds, and experiences to celebrate this year's St. Patrick's Day and beyond!
If These Walls Could Talk: The MS Federation of Women’s Clubs
Ever noticed the brick building at the corner of North State Street and Woodrow Wilson Avenue in Jackson and wondered, what goes on there?
Gillom and Howell Trophies Presented to Austin and Molinar
The Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame and Museum today announced the winners of their annual Gillom and Howell basketball awards.
Outdoor Dining in JXN
With the weather changing, diners at area restaurants are looking forward to enjoying dining al fresco.
Malcolm White’s Jxn Itinerary
If you had 24 hours to show off your hometown, where would you take people? Where would you go? The sites, the food, the experiences of Jackson, Mississippi?
Mayor Lifts Mask Mandate
Mayor Chokwe Antar Lumumba made significant changes to his Safe Recovery executive order which put restrictions on the public due to the spread of the COVID-19 virus.
‘World of Marty Stuart’ Exhibit On View at Two MS Museums
"The World of Marty Stuart" exhibit debuted at the Two Mississippi Museums in Jackson on Saturday, May 7.
Soul Sessions Podcast: Malcolm White
On today's episode, Malcolm White is the visionary and cultural provocateur behind Hal & Mal's restaurant and the Hal's St. Paddy's Parade founded alongside his late brother, Harold White.
A Legacy of Celebration
Two hundred years of the City With Soul is something to celebrate, and with a calendar chock-full of exciting events throughout the city, we’re looking forward to a full year of fun…
Planetarium Project Receives $1.5 Million in Commitments
The Friends of the Planetarium, Junior League of Jackson and the Community Foundation For Mississippi held a recognition event
Civil Rights Profile: Hezekiah Watkins
One can say Hezekiah Watkins' pursuit of Civil Rights has come full circle, and it all began when he was just a 13-year-old boy growing up in a quiet neighborhood in Jackson.