The holidays are over: 2019 is revving up with arts and music and laughs and lectures and all kind of fun out there.
Resolve to do more, see more, enjoy more of the cool events right at hand. On the fun front, resolve to have more of it.
“…Working toward something that’s optimistic,” Lucas says of her writings. “Good tasting, a good time – that’s what my stuff is about.”
Rida sees a lot of momentum here, “a lot of people who are ready for a great change to happen, especially with the younger generations.”
The nonfiction “Crooked Snake” is Boteler’s first published book — a volume prompted by his wife Jill’s suggestion that he write about the day he was kidnapped.
Despite the growth, “The core has not changed — it’s local, it’s authentic, it’s delicious and it’s delivered,” Rob Peeples, co-owner of Feast, says.
“My favorite thing about it is, the work is so engaging that the students love being here,” says principal, Sara Harper. “They love being in the classroom and they love learning.”
Returning to the Cedars nudges some deja vu for FTW, founded in May 2013. Their forerunner, Renaissance Theatre Workshop, had its first production at the Cedars.
Mississippi Opera will bring a trio of 15-minute “Flash Mob”-style pop up performances to Fondren, LeFleur East Saturday.
“When I’m creating something, I still love to keep the original integrity in mind,” Thomas says. “It was just a perfect fit for me.”