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53rd Annual Beth Israel Bazaar Wednesday, March 25, 2020 at 10 AM – 6 PM Beth Israel Congregation 5315 Old Canton Rd, Jackson, Mississippi 39211 Come enjoy traditional Jewish foods, … more
When he was a medical student deciding where to train as a specialist, Dr. Elliot Varney of Madison had his eye on Texas, but his heart in Mississippi. A 2019 graduate of the School of Medicine at … more
Growing up in New Orleans, Kelly Rainer was only able to visit her grandmother's salon in Long Beach, Cali., a few times but it left an indelible impression. " A few visits was all it took," … more
The Public Relations Association of Mississippi (PRAM) Mississippi Central Chapter recently announced the 2020 Board of Directors. The board is (left to right) Bill Moak, APR, vice president of … more
Most people consult their financial advisors for investing tips and strategies. Now you might find the top advisors at your local school. Out of 100 teams, students from the Canton Ninth Grade … more
Mozart, Brahms, Beethoven Metropolitan Chamber Orchestra of Jackson St. Andrew's Episcopal Cathedral Sunday at 3 PM – 4:30 PM The second concert for the Metropolitan Chamber Orchestra … more
The Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP) Board of Directors granted continuing accreditation to the Emergency Medical Science (EMS)-Paramedic program at Holmes … more
Franklin D. Rosenblatt has joined Butler Snow’s Ridgeland office and will practice with the firm’s commercial litigation group. “Frank is a skilled litigator, and after a successful … more
Metro Jackson residents have a brand-new option for personalized pharmacy care when District Drugs & Mercantile opened in The District at Eastover earlier this month. Promising to reinvent the … more
Cats Thalia Mara Hall Thursday, Feb. 13, at 8 p.m. CATS, the record-breaking musical spectacular by Andrew Lloyd Webber that has captivated audiences in over 300 countries and 15 … more
When Madison Central student Katelyn Greenlaw eats, her body doesn’t get the memo when she’s had enough. A rare genetic disease, Prader-Willi Syndrome, keeps Katelyn from experiencing the … more
When faced with an emergency, everyone needs to know how to protect their family, their home, and, let's not forget, their pets. Our furry friends rely on us to protect them, especially during times … more
Canopy Children's Solutions (Canopy) welcomes Marcus Ginn as its new Donor Relations Manager. In this role, Ginn will work with private foundations, individuals and corporate entities to build … more
Matilda the Musical New Stage Theatre Jan. 30 — Feb. 9 Tickets and times at newstagetheatre.com The inspiring story of an extraordinary girl comes to life in Matilda the Musical. … more
JBHM Architecture is celebrating its recognition as one of the region's top architect firms by presenting its 2019 AIA Merit Award to Entergy Mississippi in appreciation of the Entergy Distribution … more
Ryan P. Steiner, P.E., has been named a principal of Terracon and promoted to office manager of Terracon's Ridgeland and Biloxi offices. Steiner is now responsible for daily operations and resource … more
Mr. Showmanship: Liberace Tribute Monday, Jan. 20, 7:30 p.m. Duling Hall dulinghall.com This concert is a salute to Wladziu Valentino Liberace, perhaps the best known virtuoso pianist of … more
The Board of Directors of Bank of Yazoo has named Ben W. Aldridge as its Chief Operating Officer and Metro President. Aldridge, a native of Holmes County, has almost 20 years of banking experience in … more
Last week, the Sanderson Farms Championship presented a $1.3 million donation to Friends of Children's Hospital, the fundraising arm of Batson Children's Hospital, part of Children's of … more
A local couple has brought a regional confection chain with an established following known for their colorful cookies to Renaissance at Colony Park. Pepper Carter and her husband Allan opened the … more
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