Renowned Mississippi artist Rick Anderson will teach "Spring into Arts with Acrylic," an interactive painting class, at the Mississippi Children's ...Feb. 26
Jordan Sudduth played an extra in the 2014 Best Picture winner “12 Years a Slave,” an experience he found transformative.
Lately, Sharon Coker's home has felt a little crowded, with her family and photography business all under one roof.
Perhaps atoning for past sins, Hollywood named the brutal, unshrinking historical drama "12 Years a Slave" best picture at the 86th annual Academy Awards.
It's that time of year again, so let the parties begin! Yes, Mardi Gras is raging on, but I am specifically referring to the 86th Academy Awards. The Oscars, as ...
The exposition for "Stick Fly" reads like an awkward death match between "Meet the Parents" and "Guess Who"—both competing for the same spotlight—and promises hilarity, dysfunction and catastrophe.
The Purple Word Book Club brings a fabulous big-city art scene to midtown.
Renowned Mississippi artist Rick Anderson will teach "Spring into Arts with Acrylic," an interactive painting class, at the Mississippi Children's Museum March 2 and March 16.
From woodworking and jewelry to sculpture and painting, the Ridgeland Fine Arts Festival offers visitors a look at high-quality, handmade crafts from some of the best artists across the U.S.
As a ballerina, Aynsley Taylor Inglis' body is her medium. She controls and manipulates every muscle, making graceful movements, jumping, turning and spinning.
Matthew Lopez wanted to expound on the fact that while Jewish Americans celebrated Passover the day after the Confederacy's surrender, a new exodus was happening around them.
Project Rezway is an annual gala that showcases a fashion show with a twist: All the designs are made from at least 75 percent recyclable materials.
Arguably the most popular and critically acclaimed drama currently on TV, Netflix's original series "House of Cards" is back with a second season—and a vengeance.
Although the members of the Jubilee Theatre Collective in Chicago moved away from their Mississippi homes, their love for the state runs deep.