Country rockers Eagles played a marathon set Wednesday night at the Smoothie King Center in New Orleans. They played hits like "Hotel California." Members Don Henley and Joe Walsh were joined by country music legend Vince Gill. Glenn Frey died in 2016.
Country queen Shania Twain returned to the Gulf Coast with a show at the Smoothie King Center in New Orleans, La. A mix of country music and arena rock, Twain played material from the new album "Now" and favorites such as "Still The One."
ABC canceled Roseanne Bar's sitcom "Roseanne" after the actress made racist remarks on Twitter. The actress made a Tweet about former Obama staffer Valerie Jarrett. ABC's Channing Dungey canceled the sitcom on Tuesday. The show was a reboot.
Chicago performed "Chicago II" and hits at the Saenger Theater in New Orleans. The 10-piece band features original members Robert Lamm, Lee Loughnane and Jimmy Pankow. The band is in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
Environmental cleanup expert George Malvaney of Jackson, who headed the BP oil-spill cleanup for a subcontractors, writes about his days in the KKK and prison, where getting to know black convicts led him to question his racist beliefs.
Chicago played its first show of 2018 in the South on Friday, March 16, 2018, at the Raising Cane’s River Center in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. The band performed “Chicago II” and welcomed Neil Donell, Brett Simons and Wally Reyes.
Driving for miles on icy roads to get to work scared me spitless. I slowed down. Way down. But many other drivers didn’t. There’s been dozens and dozens of crashes and stranded cars in South Mississippi since Tuesday night. If roads re-freeze, there will be more chances for crashes overnight Wednesday and into Thursday. It would help if drivers slowed down.
It’s good to see the Mississippi Attorney General take a stand on something that seems like a no-brainer. But maybe that’s only for people who are not travel savvy in times that are changing constantly.