There’s a reason they sing about chestnuts roasting by the fire in Christmas songs: It’s that home-for-the-holidays feelings.
This historic, four-storied, eight-roomed, 8,000-square-foot mansion was completed in 1858 for Colonel George Hampton Young. Col. Young lived there for the rest of his life, and after he died, his children took over the estate. One of his sons, Captain Billy, was a notorious playboy of his day who enjoyed a good party.
Hattiesburg offers no shortage of vibrancy. From New Orleans-style soul food to seas of gold, a game day at Southern Miss is certain to leave you satisfied – if you take full advantage of it.
You might think that in a small town like Tupelo it would be hard to find international grocery items. Well, think again, because although Tupelo may be small, several international markets have made it possible to cook all types of food at home.