Tired of being “cooped up” for the past few months? Us, too! Take in our “Creative Spaces” itinerary for handful of spots where you can free your soul – safely – in JXNMS.
Jackson Mayor Chokwe Antar Lumumba set to rest any doubt that Jackson remains under a mask mandate (it does), despite Governor Tate Reeves allowing the state mask mandate to expire last week.
The week ahead has food and fun for all. But Thursday seems especially busy, considering three of our highlights all happen the same night. How do you choose? You don’t: give it a go and hit them up, one by one.
With the promise of “nine days of dishes and drinks in Jackson’s colorful culinary district,” Fondren Renaissance Foundation will host Fondren Restaurant Week, October 10-18.
National Faith & Blue Weekend, a bridge-building, solutions-focused human and civil rights organization, will host local events in JXN October 9-12.
City of Jackson Public Works crews will be on standby to monitor areas for downed trees, flooding (of viaducts), and providing traffic barriers if required from impacts of Hurricane Delta.