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Should I Go on a Group Tour?

The southern United States is roughly the size of some countries in terms of geography and as diverse within its bounds as countries as well. The signature dishes from Cajun country of Louisiana are vastly different from what you’ll find in the Ozarks of Arkansas. The landscapes are just as varied, including wetlands, mountains, plains, […]

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Film Friday: Free State of Jones

A Confederate deserter goes home to Mississippi and joins forces with other deserters, runaway slaves, and women to fight the corrupt Confederate government. Matthew McConaughey stars alongside Keri Russell and Mahershala Ali. Scenes were filmed at Evergreen Plantation, Buckner Mansion, Creedmoor Plantation, Round Table Club, St. John’s Episcopal Church, and St. Bernard Parish Library in […]

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Weekend Guide to Natchez

For a taste of the Old South, look no further than Natchez, Mississippi, a town that dates back over 300 years. Its location on the Mississippi River and near the Natchez Trace Parkway makes it steeped in Native American history. African, French, Spanish and British settlers also left their mark on the land. The area […]

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Film Friday: The Hollars

An aspiring New York artist returns home before his mother has brain surgery, bringing his pregnant girlfriend in tow. His past comes back to him as he runs into his family, high school friends, and his ex-girlfriend. Margo Martindale, Richard Jenkins, John Krasinski and Anna Kendrick star in The Hollars. Filmed In: Brookhaven, Canton, and Jackson, […]

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