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Brown: Learning from Kemper’s Mistakes

Since losing his seat in redistricting, Rep. Cecil Brown, D-Jackson, decided to run for the Public Service Commission.

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Hall: Building a System and an Economy

State senator Dick Hall has been re-elected four times, and is seeking his fifth re-election to the post.

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Mary Coleman: Bringing ‘New Energy’ to MDOT

Coleman's primary election went to a run-off that she won by a large margin to Robert Amos. She now faces Dick Hall, the incumbent who has served in that role for 16 years, in the November election.

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VIDEO: Regina Quinn on Jackson Development

Regina Quinn visited the JFP to discuss her ideas for Jackson.

An Interview with Malcolm White

"Well, Hal and I first started working together, long before Hal and Mal's, in 1976 when we were in New Orleans at the Bourbon Orleans Hotel."

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Local Muse

Let’s be honest: There aren’t many places to turn in Jackson if you want true couture designer clothes. But when Mary Amelia McRee opened a designer consignment boutique, big-time labels became a little more accessible in the metro.

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America’s Favorite Preacher

Joel Osteen’s smile is as big as Texas, and so is his following.

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Talking Southern Sh*t

Katherine Bailess has big things on the horizon—a pilot debuting in May and 3 million YouTube views.

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Cody Cox, On the Record

When it comes to advice for local musicians, Cody Cox is one of the best guys to go to.

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William Waller Jr.: No Agenda

Criticized for political donations, Mississippi State Supreme Court Chief Justice William Waller Jr. says as long as the state constitution requires judges to run for office, contributions are necessary.