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The Largest Spoon and Fork I have ever seen!

I saw these massive pieces of cutlery (or as they say here, “silverware”) at the Blue and White Restaurant in Tunica.  Of course they’re too big to actually eat with, unless you’re Goliath … or just very greedy. 135 more words

Non-Fiction

Home Sweet Home

Good, bad, or indifferent you can not choose where you are born and raised. I was born, raised and went to college in Oxford, Mississippi. Growing up I thought it was the worst place on earth, because it was such a small town. 918 more words

Everyday Life

1964 at 50: Remembering and Reassessing the Mississippi Summer Project

1964 at 50: Remembering and Reassessing the Mississippi Summer Project

One of my favorite sessions I attended at the 2014 Organization of American Historians meeting was ‘ 684 more words

Civil Rights

Photography is a big part of what I do. As funny as it sounds, shooting people is fun! Currently, I’ve been photographing professionally for four years. 78 more words

Design

Thad Cochran a Progressive on Education

In an article this week in the Clarion Ledger, AP writer Emily Wagster Pettus noted the contrasting views of Thad Cochran and Chris McDaniel when it came to the issue of public education and specifically the federal government’s role in it.

US Senate Race

Challenger goes up with first spot in Mississippi Senate primary battle

(CNN) — A Republican state senator in Mississippi, who has mounted a primary challenge against U.S. Sen. Thad Cochran, touts his conservative credentials in first campaign television commercial. 531 more words

Senate