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Hubfest celebrates Downtown Hattiesburg culture

More than 30,000 festival-goers filled the streets of downtown Hattiesburg on April 7 for the annual Hubfest despite cold winds and the threats of...

R&B, soul, punk and rap collide at Jazmo’s

Stay Green, Vitamin Cea, Pleather and Ray Kincaid brought their brands of soul, R&B and rap to Jazmo’s on April 9. Pleather’s singer Olesya Ufimtseva...

New Student Organization Mentors Young Girls

A group of freshmen have started a new student organization aimed at mentoring young girls around the Pine Belt. Freshman elementary education major Chuna...

‘Dharma’s Dog’ author to appear at T-bones

Ira Sukrungruang, a professor at the University of Southern Florida, will read and sign his new book on April 13 at T-Bones. “Dharma’s Dog”...

Jimmy Buffett to perform at the Saenger Theatre

Jimmy Buffett and his Acoustic Airmen will return to the Hub City on Thursday, April 26 to play at the historic Saenger Theatre. Tickets...

Southern Miss music department puts on ‘Seven Last Words’

The University of Southern Mississippi Orchestra and Department of Choral Activities partnered with local choral groups to perform Samuel Barber’s “Adagio for Strings” and...

Hattiesburg Zoo hosts Hangin’ With My Peeps

The Hattiesburg Zoo celebrated Easter by hosting Hangin’ With My Peeps March 30 to April 1 at Kamper Park. Hangin’ With My Peeps offered various...

Due South Tattoo Expo lefts its mark on the Coast

The Twisted Anchor Tattoo Shop hosted the three-day Due South Tattoo and Art Expo at the Golden Nugget Biloxi Hotel and Casino from March...
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Students should read instead of scroll

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‘Jexi’ represents everything wrong with modern comedy films

Jon Lucas and Scott Moore’s “Jexi” is a film about a man who finds himself being controlled by a sentient, Siri-like entity named Jexi. While

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