Best of Jackson: Business ServicesWelcome to the debut of a new pop-up Best of Jackson winners' list: Business Services. This inaugural spread spotlights a number of local businesses in the area that specialize in helping other businesses run more smoothly.
Azia’s Picks 11-20-20The weather is expected to be clear, cool and sunny for the entire weekend so take this time to get outside with your loved ones and take in some sun! Check out my picks for this upcoming week to get ...
DIY: Pinecone GobblersBeing creative together can leave lasting memories, and materials for this particular Thanksgiving-themed DIY are fairly cheap to procure from your favorite local arts and crafting store.
Azia’s Picks 11-6-20Please take some time to unplug and enjoy your family, friends, or maybe just enjoy some personal me time this weekend. There are some exciting events buzzing around the Capitol City this upcoming week that I think you should get ...
Azia’s Picks Halloween EditionHappy Halloween, Jackson! We have some awesome events for you and yours to enjoy safely amid COVID-19 in the tri-county area this weekend. Please dress warm and be safe out there!
Refreshing Fall FindsThe autumn season comprises more than just Halloween. After all the youngsters have collected the usual bucketfuls of candy, you may still find yourself wanting to enjoy some tranquil fall-colored decor. Consider sprucing up your home with these items.
Azia’s Picks 10-16-20Whatever you decide to do to unwind this weekend, I hope my picks for the upcoming week pique you interest. Don’t let another day past this week without doing something you enjoy.
Frightening FindsFor anyone feeling festive this spooky season, the Jackson metro has your back. Many local businesses have Halloween-themed items on sale that you can use to decorate your home or office, or to give to family, friends or coworkers.
Azia’s Picks 10-1-20I believe that October is a month for digging deeper, healing buried trauma and forging a better version of ourselves. Although the journey can be uncomfortable, the fire is necessary for refining.
The Learning Tree Grows Mississippi ReadersWe saw this before George Floyd: We have systemic imbalances in our society, and reading is one way to impact that," Meredith McGee says. To help combat this imbalance, a group of community activists banded together to create learning opportunities ...
Race for the Cure Persists, Despite DelaysOn Saturday, Oct. 3, scores of Jacksonians will don their favorite pink garments and hit the sidewalks to run in the 21st annual Susan G. Komen Metro Jackson Race for the Cure fundraising event.