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Circle of the Sun

I went for a walk through Belhaven with a friend one afternoon a few weeks ago. We passed people walking their dogs and some joggers. And suddenly, it was dark …


View from the Co-op

It's the grocery store for hippies, no doubt. Rainbow Co-op bumper stickers often find themselves on cars next to such declarations as "People Over Profit" and "Meat is Murder." But …


Real Woman, Real Plan

I can no longer climb stairs without my knees aching. My body has morphed from a lean 20-something to a comfortable and rounded-out 30-something. Children and age have etched lines …

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December 19, 2011 | 2 comments

C-L's Love Letter to Haley

By Todd Stauffer

The Ledger gives one last smooch to Governor Barbour, "political genius."

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January 2, 2012

Salon Calls Out Mississippi

By Todd Stauffer

Most of the GOP's 2012 contenders are signing up to support "Personhood" initiatives that are similar to the one that Mississippi just overturned.

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February 9, 2012

Workflowy is Fantastic for Getting Sorta-Organized

By Todd Stauffer

Workflowy.com is so simple it's driving me crazy to keep figuring out how useful it is.

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Hal & Mal's

It is a Jackson landmark for a reason. The food is real, down-home cookin’. The atmosphere is rough around the edges, but the old train station has been around for decades and has become a part of the unique character …

Aladdin Mediterranean Grill

Delicious authentic dishes including lamb dishes, hummus, falafel, kabobs, shwarma and much more. Consistent award-winner, great for takeout or for long evenings with friends.

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Creative Class Rising

This story was the cover of the first Jackson Free Press on Sept. 22, 2002.

Tougaloo President's Statement on Loss of Civil Rights Museum

In 2009, Beverly Hogan responded to the notion that Tougaloo College wasn't able to raise money to build a civil rights museum there.

Abortion Clinic Remains Open

Rep. Sam Mims says his clinic bill isn't about politics, but about protecting women.

Ceara's Season: Family Supports Lesbian Teen

This 2009 cover story shows how supportive lesbian teen Ceara Sturgis' family was to her challenge to homophobia at her school.

Jonathan Lee Hopes to Unseat Johnson

Lee's interview is the first in JFP's series with 2013 Jackson mayor candidates. They will be posted at jfp.ms/mayorsrace as the campaign progresses.

Click for List of JFP Chick Ball Donations

The JFP Chick Ball silent auction is stylish, funky and, yes, has great stuff for men, too!

Ending the Silence on Sexual Assault

Ronni Mott explores the code of silence around sexual assault—a code that must be broken.

8th Annual JFP Chick Ball to Fund Rape Crisis Center

The 8th Annual JFP Chick Ball has girl bands, art, magic, tango, men of character, dancing divas and so much more! Oh, and there's a photo booth

Is Nissan Worth It For Taxpayers?

R.L. Nave looks at the numbers to figure out if taxpayers are getting a good deal on Nissan.

Yes, It Was That Bad

JFP Editor Donna Ladd goes public with the story of being raped as a teenager.

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