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October 11, 2018

     Just far enough out Highway 463 in Madison County, beyond the hustle and bustle, lies a place that’s calm and serene. A place where handsome homes look out over the gently rolling hills of a well-manicured golf course or a beautiful lake. A place where families ca...

October 11, 2018

When a group of men who are used to cushy desk jobs rolls up their sleeves to dig a deep and wide hole in the ground, you know it’s a labor of love. The Gravedigger’s Guild at Chapel of the Cross Episcopal Church in Madison County does just that whenever a parishioner...

August 23, 2018

When Kathy and Phil Fisher found this circa 1845 cottage, it was love at first sight. 

By Susan Marquez | Photos by Mary Fitzgerald

Kathy and Phil Fisher were perfectly happy in their Post Road home in Clinton. With a paid mortgage, they could have been happy there forev...

April 5, 2018

Local wine broker Norm Rush has created an event to satisfy all wine lovers.

Since 2006, Sante’ South has introduced select wines and gourmet foods to participants of this destination event that sells out every year. The man behind the event is local wine broker Norm Ru...

October 27, 2017

Every day, Todd Tauzin walks into the one place he’d rather be than anywhere else on earth. Home.

As a matter of fact, the first time he walked into the house he now shares with his wife Paula and their two daughters, Todd knew it was the right house for them. “We were...

December 30, 2016

Photos by Michael Barrett

   

    If interior design is the narrative of the home, then the story that is told in this home is one of modern family life. With a design sensibility that is both serene and calming, a Ridgeland couple has found the perfect place...

November 1, 2016

As in the Indian tradition, theirs was an arranged partnership that resulted in a wonderful friendship. Asha Gomez is a restaurant owner in Atlanta who has received critical acclaim for her Indian twist on classic Southern dishes. Martha Hall Foose is a Greenwood resid...

October 5, 2016

Photos by Michael Barrett

     On the outside, the Smith Robertson Museum and Cultural Center looks typical of schools built around the turn of the century in Jackson. The school was originally built in 1894 as the first public school for black students and was named af...

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