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When Ralph Eubanks arrived at the University of Mississippi as a student from his hometown of Mount Olive in 1974, he never could have imagined that the Confederate symbolism that defined Ole Miss would disappear. “We saw (the Confederate flag, Colonel Reb and the statue) as things that were entrenched,...

The Sarah Isom Center for Women and Gender Studies will host the annual Southeastern Women’s Studies Association’s conference from today through Saturday....

Greg Iles, a crime novelist and screenwriter, will read from and speak about his newest novel at 5:30 p.m. tonight at Off Square Books. The Natchez native...

While we don’t always make it to the gym as much as we’d like, one of the best parts about working out is being able to listen to some great music....

It’s been five years since Hozier served us “Cherry Wine” on his self-titled album, and the Irish singer has returned to indie rock and the blues...

Director Robert Rodriguez immerses us in a new futuristic world with his newest movie, “Alita: Battle Angel.” Set in the year 2563, this sci-fi, action-filled...

Jason Isbell and The 400 Unit will headline the 2019 Double Decker Festival on April 27, as announced by city officials, event planners and sponsors on...

Although some people think college students’ culinary expertise stops at microwaving ramen noodles or calling in a pizza delivery, that couldn’t be...

Late on a Friday afternoon, when most of the office staff at the Turner Center was getting ready to head home, Carlton Howard sat in the first-aid room...

Arthur Alter, patriarch of the Alter family, stopped to examine dandelions blooming through his driveway. It was his first trip home in weeks, and readers...