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Punk, soul, funk and hip-hop together in one show made for a special night that celebrated the talent and diversity of Hattiesburg’s local music scene.
The show took place at Jazmo’s on East Front Street Feb. 9, and featured:
Hattiesburg’s Jewish synagogue, B’Nai Israel Synagogue, is one of four Mississippi locations to be named to the National Register of Historic Places.
Brian Rifken, congregation president said they received word on Monday of the designation.
Clarence P. Williams wants to hear some suggestions so that he can make a plan.
On Saturday, Nicole Pearson of Hattiesburg stepped out of her comfort zone in a big way.
Having sold all of her household furnishings and a majority of her personal belongings, Pearson packed her car with the remaining things she wanted to keep and dropped it and her dog, Champ, off with friends and headed off on a new adventure.
After making the last payment to the contractor who supervised demolition work on Mount Carmel Baptist Church in downtown Hattiesburg, the City Council voted 4-1 Tuesday to take legal action to recoup expenses on the project.