Poke Salad Revue — Issue #52
‘A Year in Mississippi’ has beautiful stories from the Magnolia State — www.sunherald.com
“A Year in Mississippi,” the fifth book of Mississippi stories from editors Judy Tucker and Charline McCord, may perhaps be their most delightful account of the Magnolia State yet.
This buff Coast coach’s body transformation wows Men’s Health — www.sunherald.com
Harrison Central football and powerlifting coach Robert Browne is certainly one of the fittest coaches in South Mississippi. Men’s Health magazine recently took notice.
Tuskegee Airmen traveling exhibit stops in Meridian — www.wtok.com
The Wechsler Foundation helped bring the CAF Red Tail Squadron exhibit to Meridian, which helps tell the history of the Tuskegee Airmen.
J.C. Penney closures delayed; 5 Mississippi stores on list — www.clarionledger.com
J.C. Penney said it is delaying the closure of 138 stores by several weeks after more people started visiting those locations.
A $1.5 million resurfacing of the original four-lane section of County Line Road from I-55 to Pear Orchard will begin soon, city officials ann
Former Ole Miss Cheerleader Opens Wink Tumbling Academy In Oxford — hottytoddy.com
Morgan Winkel, owner of Wink Tumbling Academy, has been working steadily toward her lifetime goal of owning her own studio.
Nola native and Emmy award-winning singer Harry Connick Jr. will sing the national anthem at the Kentucky Derby
New Orleans Dining Guide, spring 2017: The Essential 100 — www.theadvocate.com
This spring edition of our New Orleans dining guide is arranged by neighborhood, though each restaurant here is recommended for reasons that go beyond location.
See the infrastructure woes underneath Bourbon Street — www.nola.com
What lies beneath Bourbon Street is a mess of undersized and broken water lines.
Shrimpers busted with nets out way before season: LDWF — www.nola.com
Men were shrimping after dark without lights on, agents say.
If you like bourbon more than you like people, then you’ll love Kentucky.
The Spirit of the Place: Photographs by Jack Leigh showcases the lyrical work of celebrated Savannah photographer Jack Leigh (American, 1948–2004). Leigh was among a generation of Southern photographers who came of age in the 1970s, including William Christenberry and William Eggleston, whose work focused on the subtle beauty found in ordinary and out-of-the-way areas of the American South.
Alabama MIT standout delves into ‘Big Bang Theory’ — www.al.com
Zachary Hulcher, 22, of Montgomery, is involved in ground-breaking research to delve deeper into the theory of how our universe was created.
Dauphin Island is playing a key role in the life cycle of birds returning to the United States from their winter homes.
The National Park Service is dedicating its new Birmingham Civil Rights National Monument.
Walmart to offer discounts for ordering at home, picking up at the store — www.wwltv.com
Fighting back against Amazon and other online sellers, Walmart said Wednesday it is going to offer a discount on thousands of items ordered online — if shoppers will then go to their closest store to pick them up.
Podcast and Chill: Podcasting Hosts and Producers We Love Share Their Thoughts on the New Phenomenon — www.pastemagazine.com
“I think you want to go safe to start and go with something that’s a narrative adventure podcast. You don’t want something that’s going to kill the mood.”
Love Is The Color: How Paisley Park Fostered Prince’s Creativity — www.fastcompany.com
Next week, Prince’s legacy will be honored with a 3-day “Celebration 2017.” We went inside his iconic mecca with the people who know its secrets best.
“I’m Really A Rock ’N Roller”: Movie Maestro Hans Zimmer Takes Coachella — www.fastcompany.com
The man behind the music of Pirates of the Caribbean, The Dark Knight, Inception, and countless other epics insists this isn’t a mid-life crisis.
Whole Foods Aims to Cut Prices but Keep Its Cachet — www.wsj.com
Whole Foods Market Inc. wants to cut prices without sacrificing the local products that define its healthy image.
This could be a game changer.