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Back to Basics

By MARK STOWERS Traditional Bows Keep Hunters Tuned In      Technology has invaded every business, sport and hobby with the intention of making something

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Raggio Custom Calls

By SHERRY LUCAS  •  Photography by EDWARD WALL Turning wood and building stories one call at a time.      Josh Raggio reaches back for that

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A Modern Day Resurrection

Story and Photography by KAREN PULFER FOCHT Something special is happening in a tiny  Arkansas town with “big ambition. They believe if they build it, you

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Woman of the Wild

By Cal Trout Photography Courtesy of Besty Schonberger “From the warm window sill the endless fields glowed like a hearth in firelight, and Laura, looking

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Hog Hunting

By Hank Burdine Photography by Melody Golding Danger delivers excitement in the Delta’s woods and swamps. Howard Brent, owner and proprietor of Panther Tract, a

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Taylor’s Wonderbird Spirits

Taylor’s Wonderbird Spirits By Tom Speed Photography Courtesy of Timothy Ivy Mississippi’s first grain-to-glass distillery uses Delta-grown rice. Ancient mythologies are rife with images of

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The Giant House Party

By Amanda Wells Photography by Greg Campbell Three Delta families trek over to the hills for a week of fun, family, food and a generous

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A Most Unusual Collector

By Andrew Ross Photos courtesy of Davies Manor Association Research Assistant Kim Fleischhauer and Robert Jordan of Ole Miss Communications The Forgotten Story of Julius

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Kingfish

By Clint Kimberling Young Clarksdale prodigy is blazing a path for the next generation of Delta blues. Christone “Kingfish” Ingram is poised to kick down the

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Trailblazers

By Katie Tims Hiking the Appalachian Trail might sound easy. But strap on a thirty- to forty-five-pound pack and the game changes. Factor in steep

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Flatland Fly Casters

By Cal Trout Photography by James Evans “One great thing about fly fishing is that after a while nothing exists of the world but thoughts

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Wandering Eyes

By: Boyce Upholt From distant lands to the nearby Delta, photographer Rory Doyle captures the wide and vibrant world. The first time I met Rory

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Turkey Season is Calling

By Jack Orloff Photography by Rory Doyle Turkey season is right around the corner which means hunters all over Mississippi and the country are gearing

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Live Music Hot Spots

2019 Delta Magazine’s Annual Tourism Guide It’s no secret the Mississippi Delta is credited as being the birth place of American music, and it is

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Melissa Abide Griffith

By Susan Marquez As Melissa “Missy” Abide Griffith enters a new phase of her life, her art has taken on a softer, more ethereal look.

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Women in the Woods

Women in the Woods It’s game on for these outdoor enthusiasts By Brantley Snipes Photography by Tom Beck When the topic for this article came

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Halloween on Wheels

By Aimee Robinette Photography by Rory Doyle FOR SEVEN YEARS AND COUNTING, the Cleveland Country Club has made Halloween night a signature event for its littlest

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Restored, not Renovated

By Brantley Snipes Photography by Austin Britt A day trip to Carrollton means an eight-mile road trip outside the flatland, a few degrees increase in

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Precision, Mechanism & Art

Precision, Mechanism & Art The story of one man’s love for friends and fine shotguns By Cal Trout Photography by Rory Doyle “I’ve collected guns,

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Weekend in Vicksburg

SOMETHING COOL IS HAPPENING IN VICKSBURG. This town has always boasted beautifully preserved antebellum homes, Civil War sites and views of riverboats on the mighty

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Little Treasures

Eight years ago, Al Little transformed a quaint brown storage house into a homey garden shop. After working as a landscaper in Yazoo City, Al

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Prospect Hill

Jessica Crawford cannot get any more speeding tickets. The emphasis is hers. The Archaeological Conservancy’s Southeast regional director lives in Marks, and apparently the magnet

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The River

By Hank Burdine MATT’S JOURNEY  “When you set out for ITHAKA  Ask that your way be long.  Full of adventure, full of instruction…”      It

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The art of Carol Roark

Moved by Beauty The art of Carol Roark Written by Cal Trout, Photography by Jason Williams “An artist has gotta be careful never really to

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Bear Hunt Re-Enactment

1902 Bear Hunt     In the spring of 2016, a dedication ceremony was held for the Theodore Roosevelt Visitor Center a few miles south

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Langdon Clay

Langdon Clay made his initial visit to the Delta in 1971 on a cross country road trip from  California to New York with his New

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Lacy B. Johnson

By Susan Marquez With bright splashes of color, Lacy Barger Johnson carefully places layer upon layer of acrylic paint on canvas to create stunning works

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