If you don’t know Danny Simmons, you’re no doubt familiar with at least one of his projects, and you most certainly know his famous siblings; Reverend Run and Russell Simmons. Continue reading Famous Simmons Brother Book Signing in Jackson
Members of the Jackson based group Dathan Thigpen and Holy Nation caught some airtime last Tuesday on the OWN Network. The group was selected for a choir scene on Tyler Perry’s The Haves and The Have Nots and handpicked a few fellow Jacksonians to join them in their TV début.
Read the details in the original story at msnewsnow.com: Jackson group cast in Tyler Perry show – MSNewsNow.com – Jackson, MS.
Jamie Lynn Spears was at Duling Hall in Jackson Mississippi Saturday night singing for fans, old classmates and friends alike.
Country singer Martina McBride is in a soulful mood; and on March 4th she plans to show fans just how soulful she’s feeling with the release of her latest album, ‘Everlasting’. Continue reading Martina McBride Bares Her Soul
Eve, the tenacious pit bull in a skirt, has a vicious grip on #winning and #success. Newly engaged to designer boyfriend Maximillion Cooper (as of this past Christmas day), the rapper/actress is set to star in another sitcom, this time for ABC. Continue reading Eve: Comin’ Back to Blow Ya Mind
The film short Why We Create Music, commemorating ASCAP’s 100 year anniversary, is just as inspiring as, if not more so than, the resulting song and companion video
Today on The Queen Latifah Show, Deepak Chopra discussed his new book What Are You Hungry For?, which tackles an issue so many people struggle with; weight control. In the book, Continue reading Deepak Chopra on The Queen Latifah Show
China has taken offense to being labeled the bad guy in EA’s video game Battlefield 4.
See the video here
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- Researchers Show the Art of Science at University of Bristol’s Annual Competition (azonano.com)
- ‘DNA of modern media artists comes from Nam June Paik’ (koreaherald.com)
You may want to think twice the next time you spit out your gum in the street, because New York artist Healther Dewey-Hagborg might pick it up and turn it into a sculpture that looks like you.
Dewey-Hagborg collects hairs from public restrooms, fingernails, cigarette butts and wads of discarded chewing gum from sidewalks and subway cars. Then, the Brooklyn-based artist extracts the DNA and turns it into 3D sculptures that look like the face of the person who left the DNA traces behind.