Got fire ants and slugs? I have found ways to handle them both, with a little attitude adjustment.
There are very few true garden emergencies, with some notable exceptions.
Barbara Jamison, at left, serves up an offering of John Wayne casserole to Gail Collins, at right, during Friday’s Taste of Clarksdale at the Clarksdale Civic Auditorium. Also shown are Janise Ray, center, and Janette Stokes, back right, as they were manning the table for the Aaron E. Henry Head Start Center in Clarksdale.
Dione Thomas believes it’s discipline that makes a good drummer and a willingness to devote countless hours of playing to perfecting the craft.
Music ministries from three local Baptist churches presented the Easter cantata "Resurrection Power" on Sunday evening at the Oakhurst Baptist Church in Clarksdale.
Members of the Clarksdale, Lyon and Oakhurst Baptist churches performed in Sunday's presentation that was led by Sammy Chow.
I just started my summer garden by tucking some basil into what is literally the fastest garden on earth.
Some 30-odd years ago, in response to someone moaning about not being able to garden, I tasked myself with developing the simplest garden ever. Needed to be inexpensive, alluring, edible and low maintenance.
A veritable Who’s Who of icons, legends, today’s hot finds and tomorrow’s trend setters are expected to perform at this year’s King Biscuit Festival, scheduled for Oct. 9-12 in Helena, Ark.
More than 100 performers will play on six stages along the banks of the Mississippi River.
The role of family, specifically, that of the father, in the life of some of the greatest athletes in the world is at the heart of Wright Thompson’s newest book, “The Cost of These Dreams.”
No stranger to the Juke Joint Festival, Clarksdale anticipates one of its favorites, Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band, with two opportunities to experience their vibe: Saturday night at New Roxy at 8 and 11 a.m. Sunday at the Cat Head Mini Blues Fest.