The adage proved true for my wedding: If you want something done right, you have to do it yourself. It wasn't necessarily that I thought no one else could do a better job. It was simply a matter of budget.
No handicap sticker can slow down a passionate spirit like Fran Leber, the ultimate go-getter.
Marissa Simms, 23, envisioned a store where she and her peers could don the latest fashion trends.
Clad in pink and black athletic attire, water bottle in hand, Ebony Cooper exudes "workout." As the owner of Body by Ebony, a mobile personal training company, Cooper dedicates her time to helping others achieve their fitness, weight loss and nutritional goals. Besides her toned arms and legs, she possesses a great smile and lots of vitality.
Today, Jackson State University opened a new Welcome Center.
Downtown Jackson will gets its civil-rights museum by 2017. Meantime, it needs your artifacts.
National Rainier Cherry Day on July 11 is the perfect opportunity to get your summer fruit fix.
This April, a self-assured Jalen Gilbert left New York City as one of 10 finalists at the 29th annual English-Speaking Union National Shakespeare Competition out of 60 competitors from across the country.
The 63rd Mississippi Choctaw Fair, held this year from July 11-14 in Choctaw, mixes music, sport and more.
Luis Caballero was born in Puerto Rico and raised in Miami, Fla., where he found it hard to stay out of trouble. "The streets of Miami were not nice," he says. Cabellero says that the streets offer many dangerous distractions such as crime and drugs, but says dancing has always been an outlet for him.