Being a lover of all good music, it would be hard to ignore the captivatingly soulful sounds of local gospel artist Laurie Walker.
Jackson State University will host the 45th Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Birthday Convocation Jan. 17, 2014. The event is held every year on the Friday before the Martin Luther King Jr. Day holiday.
From hours of studio sessions to opening for countless hip-hop superstars, rapper Rozay Mo is definitely chasing his dreams of stardom in the music industry.
With his high-energy shows, Starkville-based rapper and hip-hop artist Pell is trying to make a name for himself.
In her first political race, Jackson City Council candidate June Hardwick says she wants to put power back in the hands of the people.
Known in the hip-hop world as Krack Koke or simply Got Koke, Jackson native and music producer Matthew Furdge is nominated not once, but twice, for Best Rap Album at the 2013 Grammy Awards.
As program director for the Jackson chapter of the Sigma Beta Club, Darnell Winston in the most positive role model in many young males' lives.
A diverse crowd of college-age students, young adults and others attended a community dialogue on the hip-hop generation yesterday evening at Jackson State University's Rose E. McCoy auditorium.
"I consider myself an artist. Even if I did country music, I just want to make good music," Luck says.
In a stage play adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald's acclaimed American novel, "The Great Gatsby" New Stage Theatre is bringing Long Island of the roaring '20s to the South.
Hope Mallard has had a passion for art and painting going as far back as grammar school at Isabella Elementary and APAC.
Model Chanelle Renee is more than just a pretty face. Renee is also a graphic designer, creative director and design editor.
In a charity softball game Thursday, Aug. 23, at Trustmark Park, two local teams will take to the diamond competing not only for bragging rights but to benefit local non-profit, the Mustard Seed.
These days, Sheka Epps enjoys her successes. But the businesswoman and prize-winning platform hair stylist had to overcome some life-altering obstacles to get here.
Jackson's urban and hip-hop nightlife is thriving all around town any given weekend. Here are just a few of Jackson's hot spots to try.
After an ankle injury permanently sidelined basketball player Jarekus Singleton in 2008, he was on crutches for 18 weeks and had to learn to walk all over again.
On a return trip home to Jackson during Michael "Mike" Duke's first summer as a University of Alabama student, he was involved in a car accident that would change his life forever. After regaining consciousness, he found that he had to learn to read, write, talk and paint all over again. "I was reborn," Duke says. "I was given two chances at life, when most people only get one."