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A Beautiful, Brutal Reality

Gwendolyn Magee, who died in 2011, drew international acclaim for her striking quilts, which elevated an African and African American folk tradition to fine art.

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‘Budapest Hotel’ is a Grand Time

The rare talent of writer/director Wes Anderson is back at work with his latest film, "The Grand Budapest Hotel."

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Fireworks on the Fourth of July

The Miss Firecracker Contest serves as the backdrop in Jackson native Beth Henley's play of the same name.

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Singalong Soiree

The Unframed series at New Stage Theatre offers quirkier, more controversial or offbeat modern fare to balance the selections in the Main Stage season, such as the recent “Musical of ...

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Opera in the City

"La Boheme" will show at 11:55 a.m. April 5 at Tinseltown movie theater, with an encore presentation at 6:30 p.m. April 9.

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Teaching Across America

Remember Forever will host five fun and interactive photography workshops in April. Amazon and B & H Camera store are supporting the weekend event as part of Remember Forever's Photographing ...

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A Creepy Christie Mystery

"And Then There Were None," a play based on the best-selling 1939 Agatha Christie novel "Ten Little Indians," is the newest offering from Brandon's Black Rose Theatre.

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Documenting Terror in North Mississippi

On April 15, 2013, an act of terror shocked our nation. Two explosions near the finish line of the annual Boston Marathon killed three and injured hundreds.

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Oh, Mr. Maxwell, Do you Write?

From his portrayal of William Faulkner in "Oh, Mr. Faulkner, Do you Write?" to his southern interpretation of the biblical character St. Peter in "Fish Tales," John Maxwell is a ...

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Perspectives on a Tragedy

"The Laramie Project" is based on a community's reaction to the 1998 murder of 21-year-old college student Matthew Shepard.

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No Hate

"The Campaign," directed and produced by Christie Herring, introduces us to the people working to stop California's Proposition 8, which would have eliminated the right of same-sex couples to marry ...

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East Meets West, Bound by Brass

Trumpet and brass bands are a huge deal in Serbia. Each year, the town of Guca hosts a trumpet festival where the world's finest players and bands perform for hundreds ...

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Friendship Interrupted

Ravi is not as carefree as your typical 10-year-old, and the reason soon becomes apparent—he and his family reside at an immigration detention center.

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Something to Offer

The title of Lyn Elliot's short film, "A Good Match," hints at its relationship-hinged plot, and the film's opening sequence of a revolving slot machine of faces does the same. ...

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Murder and Justice

You'd be forgiven for thinking "Money 1955: The Emmett Till Murder Trial" is a documentary, given that the trial marked the start of the Civil Rights Movement.

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