Monthly Archives: February 2013

Juber extras

I have a story running in Thursday’s Daily Journal about the upcoming Laurence Juber concert, set for Friday at the Link Centre as a part of its Monthly Music Mix series. There’s not much Juber hasn’t done: he was in Paul McCartney’s Wings, he’s won two Grammys and he’s created music for a host of […]

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Oscars: A day later

So the Oscars were last night. Thoughts? I’m afraid my opinions are going to be pretty boring, since I a) couldn’t even see the Oscars, now that I’m cable-less and b) didn’t see most of the movies nominated. I think the only major movie I saw was “Django Unchained,” so I was thrilled to see […]

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Catch encore performance of ‘Spelling Bee’

News from Tupelo Community Theatre: Tupelo Community Theatre will present a encore performance of The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee on Thursday, Feb 28th in the Concert Hall of the Link Centre. Uggs Outlet.The evening beings at 6:30 with drinks and food, performance at 7:30, and concludes with the food, drink, and a cabaret […]

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Coliseum Commission, 2/19

Yesterday’s Coliseum Commission was a fun one. Thanks to an arena and conference center full of Beta Club students, we met in the arena’s kitchen/catering area, while the band students practiced drumming in the hallway. It definitely made for a dance-y kind of meeting. The meeting started with director Todd Hunt welcoming Courtney Holcomb and […]

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Jimbo Mathus drops video filmed in Tupelo

Jimbo Mathus’ new album is “White Buffalo,” and there’s a song on that album about Tukota, the white buffalo that lived at the Tupelo Buffalo Park. He even filmed the video at the buffalo park. He just released the it – it’s very Jimbo-y! Click here to see Jimbo’s “White Buffalo” video.

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Bye bye, cable

I made the decision recently to get rid of cable. It feels like a big step: I’ve always had some kind of TV to watch, even if it was with bunny ears. But with everything I have right now – DVR, a few movie channels so I can watch shows like “Dexter” and “True Blood” […]

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Continuing the conversation: violence in comics

My column in today’s paper was about a new Superman digital issue – you can read my column here. Also today, an interview with the series writer, Tom Taylor, was published – you can read it here. I say those two things to say this: I realize my column could be triggering or damaging to […]

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