by Richard Coupe
Mississippi Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics President Lydia West's strong memories of her family spending time in the kitchen and eating together with friends started a life-long interest in food, nutrition, dietetics and serving others, she says.
by Torsheta Jackson
Standing to the side of a brightly colored mural off Monument Street on Saturday, April 25, Sabrina Howard shaded her eyes as a car pulled up. The man driving explained that he had to bring his brothers by to see how nice her mural was, as his passengers climbed out of the vehicle. He continued in enthusiastic conversation and praise for several minutes, while the others perused the wall. With one last handshake and a promise to return when her piece is complete, the men all then climbed back into the car and drove off.
by Donna Ladd
"Anyone with half a brain should see that confronting and defeating the insane misogyny here is a huge step toward lifting Mississippi to higher and more successful ground for all its citizens."
by JFP Staff
Finding a good doctor, dentist, physical therapist, hospital and everything in between is of utmost importance to our health and happiness. Here at the Jackson Free Press, we want to make finding them easier, so we do things like ask you to vote on your favorites in our Best of Jackson Medical ballot. Here are this year's results.
by Nate Schumann
Each year following the Hal's St. Paddy's Day Parade, music artists performing live at Hal & Mal's (200 Commerce St.). Here is a rundown on who is playing this year on Saturday, March 23.
by Brinda Willis
For Xperience JXN event promoter Yolanda Singleton, Betty Wright was part of her childhood.
by Dustin Cardon
The annual Hal's St. Paddy's Parade is Saturday, March 23, beginning at 7 a.m. The theme of this year's parade is "2019: A Magical Mystery Tour."
by Mike McDonald
Producer Amanda Paige knew the type of business she wanted to add to the Jackson art scene: something that could bring creatives together.
by Amber Helsel
Ariella's NY Delicatessen owner Alivia Ashburn-Townsend stands near the end of the curved white marble countertop talking to one of her staff members. Poke Stop owner Rachel Phuong Le stops quickly to say something to this reporter, and then rushes to her cash register once a couple of customers walk up to her counter.
by James Bell
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