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The Human Achilles Heel - Reading

Zombies can teach us a thing or two about the importance of reading.  However, getting a zombie to sit down for an interview and talk without it biting your head off is tricky at best.  1,135 more words

How Stepping on a Shrimp Revolutionized an Industry. The Maritime and Seafood Industry Museum, Biloxi, MS

Originally located in a Spanish-styled structure built in 1934 as part of a U. S. Coast Guard Station, the Maritime and Seafood Industry Museum was established in 1986 to preserve and interpret the maritime history of the Gulf Coast and the seafood industry long-intertwined with Biloxi’s history. 524 more words

Travel - Mississippi

Sheriff: Woman Tried To Smuggle Meth To Inmate In Bible

TUPELO, Miss. (AP) – Today’s Bible lesson: It’s a bad idea to use the good book to smuggle drugs into jail.

A Mississippi sheriff says the jail’s property officer noticed a bulge in the back cover of a Bible dropped off March 16 for an inmate convicted of methamphetamine trafficking. 111 more words

News

43 miles on Mississippi's Tanglefoot Trail

This is a rail-trail that stands out for doing the most basic of amenities incredibly well — shelters with running water and real toilets (and even outlets to recharge your phone). 513 more words

Bike Ride

Red Bluff - The Grand Canyon of Mississippi

Red Bluff (also known as Mississippi’s Little Grand Canyon) is a geologic feature formed by natural erosion, located in Marion County, Mississippi. It was created by the natural erosion of the west bank of the Pearl River. 88 more words

Photography