Here’s to the Week Ahead
Tacky sweaters, music, art and brunch with Santa: it's all happening this week in the City With Soul!
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.
Pride in the City With Soul: Jason McCarty
A native of the Jackson suburbs, Jason McCarty never envisioned himself being a professional Jacksonian.
Cool Off With Sweet Treats in Jxn
A chilled treat is irresistible. From classics like a snoball or soda shop sundae to fro-yo, the City With Soul is a cool sort of place to be during the hottest time…
Jxn Visionary: Nina Parikh
“We are the people that help with the dreams,” says Nina Parikh, director of the Mississippi Film Office. “It’s super exciting to be able to enable, nurture and empower people.”
Tour Like a Local: Cody Cox
From former teacher to musician and barista to baker, Cody Cox (along with wife, Molly West) are owners of Urban Foxes, the small batch bakery and coffee shop in Jackson’s Belhaven Heights…
Collaborative Existence: Artist Ginger Williams-Cook
Toward the end of her college years, a professor at William Carey University in Gulfport told artist Ginger Williams-Cook that she didn’t have to move to New York or Los Angeles to…
Memorial Day in Jxn
Find fun in the City With Soul this Memorial Day Weekend!
Soul Sessions Podcast: Patrick Harkins
On today’s show, we speak with Patrick Harkins, a musician and owner of instrument and lesson shop and venue Fondren Guitars in Jackson’s Fondren neighborhood.
The Power of Music: Seth Power
Since he can remember, Seth Power has never known life without music.
Soulful Family Fun in JXN
When visiting the City With Soul, don’t leave the kids behind! Jackson is a city that thrives on offering authentic experiences, so children of all ages are sure to stay active and…
MS Blues Trail Marker Unveiled at JSU for Dorthy Moore
A Mississippi Blues Trail marker was unveiled Wednesday at the F.D. Hall Music Center on the campus of Jackson State University to honor the legendary Dorothy Moore.
Making A House A Home: Sharing the Evers Story with Keena Graham
Keena Graham always knew she wanted to wear the uniform of the National Park Service since she was 13 years old, growing up in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.
Soul Sessions Podcast: Dr. Robby Luckett
On this episode, we hear from Dr. Robby Luckett, professor for the Department of History, Director for the Margaret Walker Center, and the Director of the COFO Civil Rights Education Center at…