"The Book Thief" anchors itself in the reality of war, where true courage can mean ordinary people who keep promises to old friends.
Jackson State University will host the 45th Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Birthday Convocation Jan. 17, 2014. The event is held every year on the Friday before the Martin Luther ...
Josh Hailey's two years of documentary footage and photography from his coast-to-coast travels will be on display in Fondren Dec. 23 at his Photamerica release party.
Jason Jenkins moved back to Jackson during the summer of 2012—just in time to participate in the painting of area traffic boxes as part of the Public Art Initiative that ...
In “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire,” Katniss Everdeen (Jennifer Lawrence) once again finds herself fighting to save her sister Prim (Willow Shields).
If your evening meals are starting to get boring, you might want to consider keeping company with The Detectives Mystery Dinner Theatre group, a troupe of local actors who perform ...
In “12 Years a Slave,” Chiwetel Ejiofor takes on the story of Solomon Northup.
In an America where public American narratives of Muslims are limited to images of terrorists and poverty-stricken refugees, our perception of Muslim history may be similarly warped.
As the title character, Chris Hemsworth wields a mighty hammer in “Thor: The Dark World.”
The corporeal experience of reading or viewing a book is at risk as we move into an age of standardized digital tablets and electronics that provide us with the content ...
Industry giants Morgan Freeman, Michael Douglas, Robert DeNiro and Kevin Kline unite in “Last Vegas.”
Artist Josh Hailey and local photographer William Patrick Butler are two of the instructors at the new HeARTalot pop-up art studio on North State Street in Fondren.
Rebecca Geihsler-Chittom, James Turcotte and Viola Dacus bring the golden age of radio to Duling Hall Nov. 5 and 7 with “The Old Maid and the Thief.”