Visit Jackson has announced the expansion of its digital offerings in an online store that now includes JXN merchandise as well as attractions ticket sales.
The City of Jackson unveiled its newly rebranded transit system, completely changing its spelling from JATRAN to JTRAN and debuted two brand-new Gillig 35’ Low Floor Buses with a new color and brand scheme.
You say, “it’s not coffee weather,” but in my office (and house), cold brew and iced lattes are the summer caffeine jolt we all need. JXN has no shortage of locally-owned and operated coffee shops, each with their own unique offerings and personalities.
Are you seeking summertime fun in the City With Soul, socially and safely distanced? We have a look at eight activities to keep you occupied, all based in the outdoors.
The Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame has announced that one of its largest annual fundraisers, the Farm Bureau Watermelon Classic – traditionally held on July 4 – will take place as a virtual event for 2020.
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.