“Clarksdale…is known for the Blues. But it’s gonna be known for gelato as well.”
SFA has food film recommendations for you this week, in case the Oscars has you hungry for screen time.
Glory delivers. Even in the dead of winter.
African American writer and activist Anne Moody passed away at the age of 74 in her home in Gloster, Mississippi on February 5th, 2015.
Television defines pop culture in the modern South. Dwayne Ingraham, pasty chef at City Grocery Restaurant Group in Oxford, will make his debut on Cutthroat Kitchen this Sunday evening. In advance of that pop culture moment, his face is now all over Facebook, Twitter, even the front page of the local paper. As professional who’s worked mostly graveyard … Continued
Our oral history friends at StoryCorps are headed to Jackson, MS in the Mobile Recording Booth from February 5 through March 6, 2015.
Born in Greenville, Mississippi, Larry Lee worked a passel of odd jobs before turning to hot tamales as his vocation.
This dish and Angelo’s story tie back far and deep into the history of the Restaurants of Oxford’s Past.
On Christmas Eve, 1971, Georgia Isaiah opened Busy Bee Cafe in Oxford, Mississippi.