Arts & Culture

From Mississippi makers to fashion to Southern culture, we explore life in North Mississippi and beyond.

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Simple Fall Wreaths Two Ways

Wreaths are the first and the easiest way we can welcome guests into our home. Before even getting out of their car, a quick glance at the door can already feel so inviting when it’s adorned with a wreath. Here are some fall wreaths with warmer tones and a simpler style.

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A Convenient Christmas

No matter how hard we try to deny it, the simple fact is that the holidays can be stressful. Between the craziness of shopping, wrapping, budgeting, traveling, cooking, decorating – and the list goes on – sometimes, it can all be a little too much.

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Christmas at the Camp Compound

In small-town Mississippi – Mantachie to be precise – at the top of a small hill sits a house that now belongs to Tyler Camp. Surrounding it are homes owned by his parents and aunts’ families. There, atop the hill, that is the heart of the Camp Compound.

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Duke Pecans

There’s a reason they sing about chestnuts roasting by the fire in Christmas songs: It’s that home-for-the-holidays feelings.

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A Trendy Tree Christmas

From a llama tree, a candy tree, a classic red and green tree, to a millennial tree stuffed with pizza, tacos and coffee – Trendy Tree’s new storefront is rethinking Christmas while bringing new designing ideas to customers in Pontotoc.

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