Freeland & Freeland

Freeland & Freeland and its predecessor firm, James Stone & Sons, have been located at 1013 Jackson Avenue in Oxford since 1905. T. H....

On Cooking Southern: Grits, Grillades and King Cake

Let the good times roll in your kitchen; it's Mardi Gras time By Laurie Tripletteldtriplette@aol.comSOUTHERNISM OF THE WEEKLaissez les bons temps rouler: Also known as...

Doom and Gloom in the Newspaper Business — Not Really!

Myth: the publishing industry is on its knees and newspapers, more than any other printed product, will soon disappear. I certainly hope not. And,...

On Cooking Southern: Chili, Pico de Gallo, and Cornbread

Hearty Super Bowl eats for your training table By Laurie Tripletteldtriplette@aol.comSOUTHERNISM OF THE WEEK:Big ol’: A classic Southern descriptive prefix to just about any noun....

On Cooking Southern: Seared Duck Breast and Orange Beets

Do something delicious with all that duck meat By Laurie Tripletteldtriplette@aol.comSOUTHERNISM OF THE WEEK:Hunker Down: To squat down low and get ready to face...

The Totality of Communication

Charlie Mitchell has been a journalist in Mississippi since 1975 and assistant dean of the Meek School of Journalism and New Media since 2010....

Rebels Across The Universe

Long live Ole Miss, and now we have the proof. As seen in the biography of Starfleet Officer Leonard Horatio McCoy. "Bones" as he...

On Cooking Southern: Winter Soups and Sauces

Culinary comfort by the bowl By Laurie Tripletteldtriplette@aol.com SOUTHERNISMS OF THE WEEK: Having a duck fit: Displaying ill temper over something that doesn’t suit or when feeling...

College Hill Presbyterian Church

The church was originally organized in 1835. The building, built using slave labor and bricks fired on the grounds, was completed in 1846. It...

On Cooking Southern: Pimento Cheese

Pleasure your palate with the 'Pâté of the South' By Laurie Tripletteldtriplette@aol.comSOUTHERNISM OF THE WEEKHigh on the Hog: A Southern state or condition. Living large,...