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The Weeks know how to boogie

In Hattiesburg, we are lucky to be surrounded by a strong community of artistic people that are brilliantly creative.  This community has grown and...

Breaking Bad goes out on top

Sundays will never be the same now that “Breaking Bad” ended.  The critically-acclaimed series ended Sunday, and I’m already going through stages of withdrawal. ...

The quest for pop princess

We all know the title of king and queen of pop goes to Michael Jackson and Madonna. With Justin Timberlake’s new hit album, he...

“Mechanical Bull” takes listeners on a wild ride

You may only know them for their hit “Use Somebody,” but Kings of Leon have continuously grown in the years following their first album...

‘Belshazzar’s Feast’ to be performed Thursday

Southern Chorale, Concert Choir, Men’s and Women’s Ensemble, members of the Hattiesburg Choral Union and the Symphony Orchestra at the University of Southern Mississippi...

Eaglepalooza draws more than 10,000 downtown

Friday night, a group of students, Hattiesburg locals and people from across the state came out in droves to experience the annual Eaglepalooza concert event.  The streets of...
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Hiram Revels anniversary highlights lack of black senators

On Feb.11, the Mississippi Department of Archives and History celebrated the 150th anniversary of Hiram Revels becoming the first African American to serve in the U.S. Senate in Jackson at the Old Capitol Building, the very place he was elected to represent Mississippi.

Southern Miss students celebrate Mardi Gras

When New Orleans was established in 1718, Mardi Gras was celebrated not with elaborate parades and bead-throwing, but with elegant balls and parties. Though times have changed since the 1700s, annual celebrations of Mardi Gras are still going strong in many areas of the U.S.

Tame Impala’s ‘The Slow Rush’ is heartfelt, reflective

After a five year hiatus, Tame Impala, whose real name is Kevin Parker, is back with a fourth studio album, “The Slow Rush.” The album is a heartfelt confession that discusses the passage of time, grief and feelings of inadequacy.

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Hiram Revels anniversary highlights lack of black senators

On Feb.11, the Mississippi Department of Archives and History celebrated the 150th anniversary of Hiram Revels becoming the first African American to serve in the U.S. Senate in Jackson at the Old Capitol Building, the very place he was elected to represent Mississippi.

Southern Miss students celebrate Mardi Gras

When New Orleans was established in 1718, Mardi Gras was celebrated not with elaborate parades and bead-throwing, but with elegant balls and parties. Though times have changed since the 1700s, annual celebrations of Mardi Gras are still going strong in many areas of the U.S.

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