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Every year the Sanctuary Hospice Auxiliary transforms the Tupelo Furniture Market into a holiday wonderland for Celebration Village.

By Michaela Gibson Morris Daily Journal TUPELO – Celebration Village is weaving together old favorites and new surprises for this year’s annual holiday market. Along with the sparkling Preview Party, shoppers will have a chance to open mystery boxes, visit with local authors, Mingle and Jingle or have breakfast with Santa. “We’ve got a lot […]

Asthma is a common chronic airway disease causing potentially significant disability to those affected. Asthma is the product of complex interactions between genetic susceptibilities and environmental factors, although the exact etiology is not well understood. Factors which may increase one’s likelihood for developing asthma include allergic susceptibility, presence of eczema (skin rash commonly found in […]

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"Childhood Games," 1975.

By Sheena Barnett Daily Journal TUPELO – Bright colors, playful scenes and meaningful dreams and symbols make up much of artist Theora Hamblett’s work. Paintings by the Oxford artist, who died in 1977, are on display now at the GumTree Museum of Art. “She’s primarily known for her trees, and she mostly painted children’s games […]

Daniel Lee Perea, center, is a filmmaker and rockabilly musician in Oxford. He’ll play at the Dogtrot Rockabilly Festival on Saturday. (Courtesy)

By Sheena Barnett Daily Journal TUPELO – The past comes alive this Saturday at the Dogtrot Rockabilly Festival. The Oren Dunn City Museum is hosting the festival, and everything old-time will be celebrated. There will be rockabilly music, historical demonstrations, Dudie burgers and a pet and costume contest. Oxford filmmaker and rockabilly musician Daniel Lee […]

By M. Scott Morris Daily Journal In “The Judge,” Hank Palmer is a defense attorney who knows how to make the law sing just about any tune he wants it to sing. As played by Robert Downey Jr., Hank is confident to the point of obnoxiousness, and he’s clearly due to learn something about life. […]

By Sheena Barnett Daily Journal BALDWYN – Everything fans love about “Grease” – the songs, the story, the costumes – is there, and this time, it’s family-friendly. The Baldwyn Main Street Players is presenting the school version of the beloved musical this weekend and next, and the show is appropriate for all ages. “The storyline […]

Daily Journal TUPELO – Football fans unable to make next weekend’s Mississippi State and Ole Miss football games, rest assured. The contests will be shown on a 22-by-33-foot video screen in Fairpark, courtesy of C-Spire’s Pigskins in the Park event on Oct. 25. MSU will square off against the University of Kentucky at 2:30 p.m., […]

By Ginna Parsons Daily Journal NEW ALBANY – For Renée Reid, cooking and recipes are all about family and the memories that come with each dish she makes. “When you talk about how I learned to cook, it’s going to be my grandmothers, my mom, my aunts,” said Reid, 42, director of marketing and public […]

Chicken Enchiladas 3 medium to large chicken breast halves 1 package taco seasoning 1 tablespoon butter or margarine 1 small can chopped green chilies Chopped onion (optional and to taste) Chopped green bell pepper (optional and to taste) Minced garlic (optional and to taste) Fresh cilantro 1 (8-ounce) block cream cheese, softened 8 medium-sized flour […]