With five music stages, a free raffle, food from various local restaurants and a plethora of street vendors, Belhaven’s Bright Lights, Belhaven Nights might be one of the most anticipated festivals of Jackson.
We all love the looks that Nasty Gal, Urban Outfitters and Top Shop feature: the sheer blouse, the color blocking, the shoulder pads, the lace and even the spandex.
A few things are distinct to Mississippi culture: We deal with the heat by complaining about it.
This weekend, the Molly Ringwalds bring their signature sense of camp to Hal & Mal's for the third time.
The 1940s-and-'50s-style hand-painted boards that dress the outer walls of the new produce market, at 3139 N. State St., depict bright tomatoes and other fruits and vegetables. Located in a former gas station, the earmark of the art at Berry's Produce is the blown-up Wyatt Waters watercolor portrait of owner Doris Berry working in her stand at the old Farmer's Market in Jackson.