Hundreds of men, women, children, and dogs turned out in Oxford, Mississippi, on January 21 – the day after the inauguration of Donald Trump – to protest the new president's proposed policies. Opponents spoke out not only on behalf of women's rights, but on behalf of
Residents of Hattiesburg poured in to Shoemaker Square on the campus of the University of Southern Mississippi on January 30th to protest against President Trump's ban on immigrants and refugees that targets Muslims particularly. Around 200 Hattiesburg residents as well as Southern Miss students and
Mississippi isn't the first place that comes to mind when you think about thousands of liberals pouring into the streets to protest, but more than a thousand people gathered at the State Capitol building in Downtown Jackson on January 21 to protest the proposed policies
New Orleans might have felt a little safer on the weekend of Jan 6th-8th as superheroes and television heroes alike converged on the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center.
These photos were taken on January 21, 2017 at the Women's March in New Orleans, where approximately 12,500 people took to the streets demonstrating on behalf of not only women, but on behalf of the disabled, of immigrants, of black lives, of Muslims, of LGBT
As host of Suwannee Hulaween, The String Cheese Incident transported its audience to the “upside-down” during its “Stringier Cheese” performance at the Suwannee Hulaween Music Festival in Live Oak, Fla., tributing the ’80s with a spoof on the Netflix original hit series Stranger Things. Along
It’s hard to believe that six years ago dancing violinist and performing artist Lindsey Stirling was voted off the hit show Americas Got Talent with Piers Morgan stating, “The world doesn’t need an electronic violinist.” But fans of all ages filled the Saenger Theatre in
Multi-platinum hard rock band Evanescence sold out Saenger Theatre in New Orleans and put on a killer show with Nashville-based alt-rock band Veridia on November 6.