2023 July-August


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In this issue

  • Trends: Dorm Decorating

    Wednesday, December 20, 2023

    The “decorated dorm” fever that young women heading into their first year of college seem to contract every summer shows no signs of cooling down, as its popularity that began two decades ago continues. 

  • The Search for the Real D.B. Cooper

    Wednesday, December 20, 2023

    A Ridgeland-based attorney, Madison County Native and amateur sleuth, along with a small team of fellow internet investigators, has developed a novel suspect in a well-known case that has left the Federal Bureau of Investigation scratching their heads for the past fifty years.

  • Flora Supper Club

    Wednesday, December 20, 2023

    On a rainy night, thirty souls braved the bad weather to drive to Flora for a unique dinner experience. They entered a small brick building next to the railroad tracks where they were greeted inside by beautifully set communal tables lined with softly glowing votive candles. An artful multi-level charcuterie board was heavy with sausages, pastrami, and other savory meats along side a variety of cheeses, peppers, grapes and more. Each guest was offered a glass of rose’ and invited to visit amongst themselves. Soon the guests were asked to be seated as The Flora Supper Club was about to begin.

  • Original “HogWine” Family Recipe Becomes Success 

    Wednesday, December 20, 2023

    What began as an original family recipe has become a beloved sauce that can be found in stores everywhere, and Keeper of the Sauce David Wilson said it all stems back to his uncle’s masterpieces in the kitchen.  

  • Frosé

    Wednesday, December 20, 2023

    Something is refreshing about the word Rosé, the way it rolls off the tongue evokes images of linen clothes and leisure.