By MARILYN TINNIN • Photography by TIMOTHY IVY This Hernando couple is carrying on a family tradition and forging new memories with family, food, and friends When Natalie and Josh Lynch and their two boys bought their country-in-the-city home in 2013, they knew they would make it a welcome gathering place for family and […]
2022 January/February Feature
Written and photographed by KAREN PULFER FOCHT A musical journey well-travelled He sings about being in love with big, fat women, being henpecked and broken-hearted, about cheating women, chicken heads, and porcupine meat. Entertainer and at age eighty-eight, Mississippi bluesman Bobby Rush will say or do just about anything to make his audience laugh.
By KATIE TIMS Modern-day hunter-gatherers of artifacts are helping preserve the Delta’s history This man walks back a thousand years, almost every day. Out the front door and down a path straight into long ago, John Meek traverses a vast timeline—weather permitting, of course. “In the season I walk eight or ten
By SUSAN MARQUEZ • Photography by LOGAN KIRKLAND and courtesy of the artist Miniaturist Lee Harper has captured the essence of some the Delta’s most treasured places with uncanny detail and accuracy The world of Lee Harper is magical and miniature. Her artwork consists of perfect scale models of treasured places in Mississippi,