Aw Shucks! Baseball is Back! Biloxi Shuckers begin 2018 Season with Championship Hopes

Aw Shucks! Baseball is Back! Biloxi Shuckers begin 2018 Season with Championship Hopes

Aw Shucks! Baseball is Back! Biloxi Shuckers begin 2018 Season with Championship Hopes

As they become more and more ingrained into the athletic and entertainment culture of South Mississippi, the Biloxi Shuckers have returned for a fourth season, bringing premium minor league baseball to the region. They’ll once again play 70 of their full 140-game season at Biloxi’s MGM Park, located downtown with...

A highly-heralded HBCU president will soon historically hold one of Mississippi’s top-ranking higher education positions where all major public universities – black and white – will be put under his watchful eye. The Mississippi Board of Trustees of the State’s Institutions of Higher Learning (IHL) appointed Alfred Rankins Jr. as...

  Mississippi State Flag Battleground Lines Intensifies on Gulf Coast

Mississippi State Flag Battleground Lines Intensifies on Gulf Coast

Mississippi State Flag Battleground Lines Intensifies on Gulf Coast

In a city where many people once looked at as a quiet and friendly multicultural town with an exotic small business and arts community and considered a jewel of South Mississippi, it has found itself inadvertently branded as one of the last bastions of racial intolerance and white supremacy, all...

“Wakanda Forever!” And Why I Call My Grandchildren “King” And “Queen”

“Wakanda Forever!” And Why I Call My Grandchildren “King” And “Queen”

“Wakanda Forever!” And Why I Call My Grandchildren “King” And “Queen”

Whenever I had the privilege of seeing two of my three grandchildren – Gordon IV or “Little Gordy,” now 21 months old and Michaela, 10 months old, I started referring to them as “My King” and “My Queen” within a few months after their respective births. The movie of the...