Saturday, April 29, 2017

On Cooking Southern: Spring Teatime Offers Treats Even A Manly Man Will Like

SOUTHERNISM OF THE WEEK I’m losing my religion: Some extreme situation or person has provoked the speaker almost to the point of no return, beyond...

Vassallo: How To Extend The Life Of Your Car Considerably

For the past three years, Jarrett Broyles, assistant service manager over Quick Lube and service writer for Cannon Motors of Mississippi on North Thacker...

A Moment Of Sympathy For Those Who Manage The Money

By Charlie Mitchell. When a family finds itself in a financial pickle and looks for advice, the admonition is always the same: Make...

Ole Miss Musings: Karen Mitchell’s Run For The Roses

Karen Eugenia Mitchell, Kappa Delta of the 1970s, who delayed her graduation until 1988 because of a "love for horses," has lived anything but...

The Greatest 7 Ole Miss Football Victories Of All Time

By Steve Vassallo Visiting Friday night with Hoppy Langley and his 1977 teammates who were in Oxford to honor their great coach, Jack Mason...

Coopwood: Former Mississippian Pins Book

Norbert Putnam, famous musician and record producer who lived in my town of Cleveland when he was executive director of the Delta Music Institute...

John Cofield’s Oxford And Ole Miss: The Old Colonel

But Sanctuary did not come from out of nowhere, and neither did William Faulkner. He hails from a long line of novel-worthy figures. The...

Minor Chose To Tell Mississippi’s Story, And Tell It Well

The phone rang. “Chah-lie? Bill Minor. Listen. You got that all wrong.” This is my 31st year. Back in 1986, when I asked colleagues around the...

Coopwood: Remembering Bill Minor

On March 28, veteran Mississippi journalist, Bill Minor died. He was 93 years old. For those unfamiliar with Mr. Minor, he wrote columns and articles...

Yac’s 2017 Miss-I-Sippin’ Beerfest Was Hoppin’ With Fun

By Laurie Triplette The air in Oxford was heady with hops last weekend when the Yoknapatawpha Arts Council hosted its ninth annual Miss-i-sippin’...