These pieces reflect the artist’s process of self-discovery and his acceptance of cultural and societal experiences that shaped him
Timothy Pakron, a Mississippi native and author with a growing following, urges us to think more about where our food comes from
Through poverty, Twitter trolls and death threats, the bestselling Jackson-born author embodied the true spirit of T-H-U-G L-I-F-E
Mississippi Today reporter and photographer take you inside one of Mississippi’s treasured traditions
As a community bounces back from devastating storm, this restaurant offers job training and life skills to those living on the margins
Inspired by DeLisle, Bois Sauvage is a fictional rural coastal town in Mississippi. In her first novel, Where the Line Bleeds, Ward introduces readers to a rarely depicted world – a world similar, if not identical, to her own.
A Mississippian living in Canada and a blues legend begin a musical journey at the Blue Front.
Yazoo County locals, tourists and musicians from all over the world will gather in and outside of the dim-lit café every night until they move the blues celebration about a mile and a half down the road to Holmes Farm on June 15.
Jackson-based husband-and-wife musical duo Heart Society first musical act selected by Go Daddy for Facebook Live event
See and hear storytellers in storefront windows on Capitol Street
Series of exhibitions and art experiences will bring together scholars, artists and audiences
One hundred ballet dancers from approximately 40 states and 25 nations will compete in one of the world’s most prestigious dance events
Tracking the steps that led to 5th Circuit decision
This year’s inductees include legends of R&B, bluegrass, jazz and the recording industry