by Cam Bonelli
Tunica, Miss., lies in the northwest corner of Mississippi just 40 minutes from Memphis. Although not a pilgrimage to Mecca or a sprawling city, the almost-200-year-old-town has some interesting sites for an adventurer who is searching for small-town charm. The town is about a three-hour drive from Jackson and close enough to other interesting areas to make the destination a daytrip. Here are some of the noteworthy stops in Tunica.
by Amber Helsel
Whether you're in town for a football game, or you just want to get out and do something, Jackson has a lot of must-dos. Here are a few.
story and photos by Amber Helsel
If you drive down Interstate 55 South three hours, you'll find yourself in the jazz capital of the world, New Orleans. But if you drive on that interstate north for three hours, you'll emerge into Mississippi's kindred blues spirit, Memphis. The city has so many sights that it's really tough to see them in one day (trust me on this one), but here are a few good ones.
Boom Jackson in the business + lifestyle publication for Jackson, Mississippi and surrounding counties.