Victoria Walker has been doing manicures, pedicures, shellac, acrylic and other nail services in the Fondren Village Shopping Center for ...Nov. 4, 2015
Jackson has crazy talent in just about every area of the arts. There is always something to do here, and while exploring, we all get a taste of the talent ...
See this list of school supplies for K-5 in JPS, and also where to get find what you need for school.
The pressures of school and the associated social life can feel overwhelming to students. I advise parents to spend time with their children, and talk and listen to them.
Malcolm White decided that because he sees his annual parade as a gift to the city, it could also be a way to continue to honor the gift of his ...
We know, we know. It's not even Thanksgiving, yet. But it's never too early to start making decorations for your Christmas tree.
No Shave November began in 2004 as a way to raise awareness for cancer—since many people with the disease often lose their hair— and men's health issues.
Victoria Walker has been doing manicures, pedicures, shellac, acrylic and other nail services in the Fondren Village Shopping Center for more than 10 years.
The Nail Bar, which is the brainchild of co-owners Cathy Campbell and Melissa Harrison, recently celebrated its second year of operation on Oct. 8 of this year.
Many Jacksonians have great style, whether they're at the Mississippi Museum of Art's Museum After Hours, Fondren's First Thursday or just walking around the city.
I'd rather be "not normal" than stick with the status quo. I'd rather judge people based on the quality of their character, not by the way they look.
Draw a skull on your face, following your bone structure. Draw in the eye sockets, upper and lower jaw lines, teeth (I did mine around my lips), and nasal cavity, ...
What better day of the year to play the villain than Halloween? Here's a how-to on a Death Eater mask plus some costume tips.
In recent weeks, it's occurred to me that since I now live on my own, I can decorate for every holiday I want. For me, that means Halloween.