University of Mississippi Medical Center presented Peggy "Denise" Adams with the 2014 Excellence in Nursing award May 7 at the Norman C. Nelson Student Union.
From Sally Field as the "Flying Nun" to Whoopi Goldberg in the "Sister Act" franchise, nuns hold a special place in our collective hearts. Black Rose Theatre will tap into that place with its production of "Nunsense" this summer.
Camp Tiger Tails on the Jackson State University campus is the just the right cure for summer time boredom.
Who could have predicted that when "Shrek" came out in 2001, the inverse fairy tale would captivate audiences so? The animated film spawned three more movies and, now, a theater spin-off is making its way around the country and to Jackson.
Grilled catfish, watermelon donkeys and Jesus in a La-Z-Boy might not be what you envision while reading the story of Martha and Mary, but it's exactly what you will find in "Martha," a one-act play by the Fish Tale Group Theatre.
Here are some tips from psychotherapist Anne Toles, who works at Watershed Counseling Associates in Jackson, about asking your child for forgiveness.
It's not every day that Capitol and State streets transform into a colorful fiesta with fragrant smells of carne asada, elote grilling and the aria of mariachi music lingering in the air. The Cinco de Mayo Mississippi Festival 2014 is happening again downtown Jackson May 3.
After awareness walks and runs for many illnesses, but none in Mississippi for lupus, Krystal Knight began to organize the first annual Fight 4 Lupus Walk.
The winter holidays and their emphasis on tradition are a comfort for many people in an age where people's lives are increasingly busy and ever changing.
“Chicago the Musical” comes to Jackson Nov. 5 and 6.