Opinion Editorials Letters

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Editor's Note

Setting Up Women for Failure ... or Success

Too many people are still in denial about the way our culture treats even successful and educated women differently. So it makes a lot of sense that poor and less-educated women become the real dumping grounds for societal blame.
  March 4

Arts Film Books Art Theater

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Art

Something New in Old News

Although Millsaps College history professor Stephanie Rolph wouldn't call herself a specialist on art, on April 11, she will deliver "Perspectives in the Press" in conjunction with the Mississippi Museum of Art's exhibit, "Civil War Drawings: The Becker Collection."
  Feb. 25

Music Music Listings Local Bands

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Cover

Grady Champion: New Roots

Grady Champion built his personal recording suite, Backyard Studio, beside his house last June, using equipment that he purchased online from Sweetwater Sound in Fort Wayne, Ind.
  Feb. 25

Food & Drink Restaurants Dining Out Cooking Drinks

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Food

Livingston Reborn

For Ron Guerieri, one of the partners at Livingston Mercantile, everything old is new again. Seated at a table at The Gathering, the restaurant side of the property, he explains the venue's concept as a throwback in time that's also ...
  Feb. 18

People

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Jacksonian

Jaden Wesley Nixon

Jaden Wesley Nixon isn't your typical 13 year old. For one, he has sickle cell disease, an illness where a person's red blood cells are sickle-shaped, which can block blood flow to the limbs and organs.
  March 4