Poke Salad Revue — Issue #50
It’s wild. It’s Southern…and it grows anywhere there’s sun! Stay tuned each week for new episodes with Shawn and Kelly and the Poke Salad Podcast at www.pokesaladpodcast.com.
Audit Finds Explicit Material on School-Issued Computers — www.jacksonfreepress.com
A review by the Mississippi auditor’s office found pornography and other explicit material on computers that some public schools issued to middle school and high school students.
Justice Department Considering Reopening Emmett Till Murder Case, Family Says — www.nbcnews.com
The Department of Justice is considering reopening the investigation into the infamous murder of Emmett Till, after meeting with the boy’s family.
You can walk a shelter dog on HSSM’s new outdoor track — www.wlox.com
The Humane Society of South Mississippi now has a walking track that will give shelter dogs an opportunity to get outside for fresh air and exercise.
Birders can be seen peering through a pair of binoculars, or pointing a camera lens to the trees. They are a unique community of individuals who sometimes travel the country in search of chances at spotting feathered friends in their natural habitat.
Officials say a man bit a deputy, and then complimented the deputy on his taste.
A Mississippi State University education has the highest value of any college or university in the state of Mississippi, according to a recent analysis from SmartAsset, a financial technology company.
Inside the Made In Memphis Entertainment recording studio — www.wmcactionnews5.com
We got a look inside music legend David Porter’s new Memphis record label. The state-of the-art complex at Made in Memphis Entertainment is one of the most advanced studios in the world.
Bourbon House dinner has oysters in every course, even dessert — www.nola.com
The night kicks off a series of oyster dinners.
Here’s some irony for you. If you live in the West Alabama area, chances are you’ve seen Metal & Lights’ work and not even known it — like the massive chandelier that hangs in The Avenue Pub in Tuscaloosa or the sign for the Dinah Washington Cultural Arts Center, also in Tuscaloosa. If you’re a country music fan, or just a fan of awards shows, you probably saw the 8-foot-high “CMA” letters that Metal & Lights created for the Country Music Association
What Tuskegee Airmen meant to someone from the projects of New York — www.montgomeryadvertiser.com
Growing up in the projects on the south side of New York City, Denise Kester only dreamed of one day meeting a Tuskegee Airman.
There is no doubt that Millennials and Gen Z have embraced their upbringing in the digital era. They’re making online shopping more commonplace, fueling the chatbot revolution in communication, killing off marketing without a digital presence, and are almost always tied to their addictive devices.
They can charge as much as $9,000 to post a single photo.