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Temple B’Nai Israel in Tupelo. (Courtesy shalomtupelo.com) According to the Pew Research Center, Catholics, along with Evangelical and Mainline Protestants, make up a total of 67 percent of Mississippi’s religious population. Denominations of Christianity and Catholicism are fairly dominant in the...

Chances are that if you’ve been even mildly following music in the past year, you’ve heard about Kanye West releasing his smash hit album “Yeezus.”...

Every region of the country and world has foods unique to its native consumers and chefs. Pork, fried chicken, corn and grits come to mind when thinking...

Eyes brimmed with tears and noses sniffled to no avail at Friday’s midnight premiere of “The Fault in Our Stars.” Those who read John Green’s...

The Mississippi Special Olympics is hosting its Run in the Sun 5K this Saturday. The race will directly benefit individuals with physical and intellectual...

Courtesy The Holy Ghost Electric Show. The set descended into madness. The bassist leapt down from his perch atop his amplifier and stepped into the crowd,...

Esteemed author and poet Dr. Maya Angelou died May 28. As we remember her remarkable legacy, here are ten quotes that show her personal insight on life. 1.Love...

On Friday, June 6, Netflix’s hit series “Orange is the New Black” will return for a second season. The show premiered exclusively on Netflix last...

Courtesy of theamazingspiderman.com After the tests, the packing and the traveling are done, where will we be this summer? For most of us, that will mean...

Courtesy of Claremont Trio This Saturday, chamber group Claremont Trio will take the stage at the Gertrude C. Ford Center for the Performing Arts. The...