At the Magnolia Ballroom Dancers' Association, couples gather to enjoy an evening spun around the dance floor.
Jackson native Kayla Booker recently received a $10,000 Minority Accounting Doctoral Scholarship from the KPMG Foundation.
Before 2008, hairstylist Syd Curry had not set foot in the state of Mississippi in decades.
Learn how coconut oil can keep your skin supple at Rainbow's winterizing workshop this Saturday.
This Halloween, the Fondren Theatre Group brings the cult classic "The Rocky Horror Picture Show" back to a Jackson stage for its fourth production.
In May 1970, the sound of gunfire aimed at students ceased sounds of protest on what was then the Jackson State College campus (now Jackson State University).
Dr. Nancy Lottridge Anderson is putting her knowledge of "crazy money" into an app.
Alex Eaton of Table 100 (100 Ridge Way, Flowood, 601-420-4202) has spent his whole culinary career in the South.
Second-generation businessman Paul G. Moak Jr. understands the importance of supporting members of the Jackson community.
"I think it's quality music, and people like to listen to intelligent music and listen to views that might not be their own. I hope they have a good time ...
Learn the difference between Irish whiskey and Scotch at the Kindred Spirits Whiskey Tasting.
When I first arrived in Jackson two years ago to attend Millsaps College, I wasn't fortunate enough to know what Jackson had to offer.
When she was 18, Laurie Roberts lay on a hospital table on the edge of life.
One might not expect to see paintings of rusty cars on the walls of a modern women's fitness facility.
California native Sally Ride's journey began in 1978, when NASA chose her and six other women for astronaut training, a male-dominated field.
United Way received a grant from IBM, a multinational technology corporation, for three Young Explorer learning centers last week.
No subject matter is off limits. Karma, interracial relationships, alcoholism and homosexuality are just a few of the controversial topics addressed in Jimmie Lee's, aka J. Lee, stage productions.
Mayor Chuck Jordan is about to declare Greenville, Miss., the Hot Tamale Capital of the World.
Jacksonians and visitors have a new way to purchase tickets to attractions around town. The Attractions Passport Program will allow anyone to purchase tickets on-line using a PayPal account to ...
Mississippians might not want to celebrate this morning's U.S. Supreme Court ruling affirming President Barack Obama's health-care law just yet.
Up early, the last thing the fisherman expected to see was a large balloon floating over the lake—just low enough for him to hold a conversation with the pilot.
Desmeon Thomas lived a different life before 2002, one filled with the idolization of money, cars and jewelry. After he graduated from Murrah High School in 2001, he became involved ...
"I have big, big, big faith," Felicia Tillman says. The 34-year-old Jackson native believes that becoming the author of two plays was a spiritual thing for her.
Let the battle begin! After just one hour, a winner will emerge and be crowned Iron Chef when the Ferguson Kitchen brings the Iron Chef battle to Jackson.