Throughout Jackson, public art has become both more common and more widely celebrated. Our city has long been vibrant, but now, our streets, walls, and common spaces match our soul. Public art gives a human element to the cityscape, connecting those that walk its streets.
The City of Jackson’s Department of Parks & Recreation said they are continuing to evaluate events scheduled from June 3 through August 29 in light of COVID-19.
Jackson Mayor Chokwe Lumumba has issued an extension of his “Stay Safe” executive order, initially issued May 14, to remain in effect indefinitely, reinforcing key provisions such as facial coverings, social distancing and limited crowd size.
Because staying six feet apart is the guideline, here are JXN’s restaurants featuring patios – with room for you to spread out.
Restaurants are beginning to reopen for in-house dining in JXN with restrictions. We have a look at who is offering what.
The City of JXN announced that Fertile Ground, a documentary examining the extensive impact the industrial food system has on Jacksonians, will air on June 10 at 7pm on Mississippi Public Broadcasting TV.