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Best of Jackson 2016: Urban Living

Greenbrook Flowers has served Jackson with a smile since first opening in 1917, a policy that continued after the store passed to its fifth-generation owner, Janet Jacobs, in 2008.

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Best of Jackson 2016: Community & Culture

Religious ministry takes many forms. The company members of Ballet Magnificat! wish to bring Christian gospel teachings to a wide range of people through "dance, dance/drama and personal witness."

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Unlocking ‘In a Different Key’

When Caren Zucker learned that her son, Mickey, had autism in 1996, she was ushered into a dark, misunderstood corner of the medical world.

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Fear and Reality in ‘Virginia Woolf’

While Edward Albee's "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" was lauded as too controversial in its day (it didn't win a Pulitzer because of its profanity and sexual themes), people saw ...

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Justin Ransburg: Testing Boundaries

Most of Justin Ransburg's artwork combines illustrations and painting, as well as graphic design and photography.

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Christmas' Lost Opera on Stage Again

This year, the Mississippi Opera will stage a production of the "Amahl and the Night Visitors" at the Madison Square Center for the Arts in Madison.

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Pride in Priced to Move

"Priced to Move" is from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m., Friday, Dec. 11, and from 2 p.m. to 10 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 12, at the Russell C. Davis Planetarium.

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Experience Mississippi Music

The Iron Horse Grill's "Mississippi Music Experience" museum features life-size representations of Mississippi's music legends, in every genre from blues to rock 'n' roll.

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The Force is With Sellers of New 'Star Wars' Merchandise

Right now, in a store not too far away, there is a galaxy of new merchandise connected to "Star Wars: The Force Awakens."

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Supporting Local Artists at Chimneyville

Since 1976, the Craftsmen's Guild of Mississippi has kept many Jacksonians out of the outlet stores and away from the clearance racks while also supporting local arts with the Chimneyville ...

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Eddie Izzard: Tour de Force

Eddie Izzard considers himself a "British European." Like many of his countrymen, the internationally known comedian, actor and writer is embroiled in a deep sense of history—not all of it ...

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Books Beyond Bars

Under most circumstances, one would be correct in assuming that life-changing movements don't begin with a puppet show.

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Pitts: The South is Overdue for Reckoning

Leonard Pitts Jr. will sign copies of Grant Park at Lemuria Books on Nov. 18 at 5 p.m. He recently spoke to the Jackson Free Press about race, writing and ...

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Master and Apprentice: Sustaining A Tradition

A chef will battle a former trainee in a culinary showdown, and folk-art apprentices and masters' works will be on display side by side at the Mississippi Museum of Art's ...

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Not Just Milling Around

The Mill, a new incubator space for local artists and small businesses, grew out of one man's quest to find a parking spot in midtown.