Rooted in the New Orleans jazz scene, The Russ Liquid Test combines classic funk and innovative electronics to captivate audiences, and this Wednesday,...

Author and Southerner Anne Gisleson will promote her book, “The Futilitarians,” at 5 p.m Wednesday at Off Square Books. The novel deals with...

Rising musician Corey Harper will be performing at Proud Larry’s tonight as part of his cross-country tour. Harper was born in St. Louis, but raised...

Cartoon by Jake Thrasher ...

Photo courtesy of ProudLarry.com “Sometimes things happen in places where maybe you wouldn’t expect them.” Keyboardist John “JoJo” Hermann moved...

When it comes to the state of the music industry, one thing that is necessary to thrive is originality, and that is something Tank and the Bangas has...

Don’t forget to tweet pictures of you and your Mardi Gras mask to @DM_Lifestyles today! http://https://twitter.com/_QueenCarly/status/835812399265480704 Mardi Gras was lit af. But ready to grind out these next two weeks for spring break. — Carly (@_QueenCarly) February 26, 2017 http://https://twitter.com/yasmineosmannnn/status/835397767665180672 I stayed in...

In “Song of Myself,” Walt Whitman writes, “I tramp a perpetual journey.” I cherish that quote, for I love the reminder that each moment is new,...

When it comes to weight, we are a nation of extremes. Childhood obesity has doubled in children and tripled in adolescents in the past 30 years. Mississippi is the unhealthiest of them all, particularly impoverished African Americans in the state struggling to make ends meet and put dinner on the table. Unfortunately, poverty and healthy groceries do not go hand in hand. Yet...

It’s been a week since Susan Patton’s letter to The Daily Princetonian, in which she urges young Princeton women to “find a husband on campus before you graduate.” “Men regularly marry women who are younger, less intelligent, less educated,” Patton writes. She says that the number of worthy men on campus will dwindle as you get older, and by the time you’re...