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BBQ showdown brings out of state competition

Thirty teams from all over the Southeast traveled to Town Square Park to smoke meats and attempt to win top honors in the 7th Annual...

Eaglepalooza to move back to downtown Hattiesburg

The University of Southern Mississippi in collaboration with the City of Hattiesburg announced this year’s Eaglepalooza will be held September 15. On stage to...

Free Comic Book Day this Saturday, May 5.

Free Comic Book Day is an international event held annually on the first Saturday of May. The event has been active since 2002, and...

Hattiesburlesque Returns to the Thirsty Hippo

The girls (and guys) from Hattiesburlesque are ready to titillate fans with another amazing show as the event returns at the Thirsty Hippo. Abigail Allen...

Three Rock and Roll bands come to the Hippo

Clothes, Caver Commodore and Mississippi Shakedown, brought the volume with explosive performances on Thursday, April 27 at the Thirsty Hippo. Clothes is an indie, shoegaze...

Record Store Day a success for the eleventh year

Mik Davis, record store manager for T-Bones, said that people were lined up at six in the morning waiting for the café to open...

Superman reaches record-breaking landmark

On April 18, 1938, DC Comics, then called National Comics, published “Action Comics” #1. This historic issue was the first appearance of Superman, who has...
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City council approves Project NOLA partnership

The Hattiesburg City Council approved a plan to partner with Project NOLA to implement a citywide camera system Jan. 21.

Students deserve more than Southern Station

While the addition of Southern Station will undoubtedly be a welcome one for the university, it will also be a costly one. There are several other projects on campus that the money could have gone towards. Read Laurel Thrailkill's opinion.

Open Mic Comedy Night contributes little humor

Upon entering the Porter, it is easy to recognize the local stand-up comedians in the small crowd. They check their watches and have black notebooks open on the restaurant’s sticky tables.

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City council approves Project NOLA partnership

The Hattiesburg City Council approved a plan to partner with Project NOLA to implement a citywide camera system Jan. 21.

Students deserve more than Southern Station

While the addition of Southern Station will undoubtedly be a welcome one for the university, it will also be a costly one. There are several other projects on campus that the money could have gone towards. Read Laurel Thrailkill's opinion.

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