A glimpse over the list of summer blockbusters leaves out one crucial aspect of film – reality. While we as movie lovers may be trying our very best to constantly escape reality, film is often at its best when dipping us into unfamiliar territory that does in fact exist.
Always a hit. The Disney classic that became a Broadway sensation returns to the screen this week with new state-of-the-art computer animation and a list of voice actors that read like a Who's Hot in Comedy list. The songs you know. Billy Eichner and Seth Rogen singing, you probably do not.
The website ratjackets.com has free shipping, and I can see why. I’m still waiting on a plaid jacket for Ignatius.
Maybe he doesn’t care that it’s his birthday; maybe no one does. But there are at least fifty people on Facebook that have made the ultimate sacrifice.
Raylawni Branch was born in 1941 right here in Hattiesburg, about five blocks north of our offices in downtown Hattiesburg – specifically, over on Whitney Street in the same house in which her mother was born.
She was the oldest of 10 children.
Mississippi. Our state has a most unenviable place in the mind of America.
Mississippi runs neck-and-neck with our next-door neighbor, Alabama, suffering a reputation as the most "racist" state in the country.
We are smack dab in the middle of wedding season. The American South is a brutal place to host a wedding in the months of June and July.
Readers often ask: In all the years of writing sports what is the most amazing single athletic feat you have seen?
Good question. I have seen some stuff.
I can't personally mimic the sound, so it would be virtually impossible for me to describe in print the sound a frightened baby alligator makes. I can, however, describe the sound I made when I saw the baby's 10-foot mama swimming toward the boat.