For half a decade, The ‘Sip stood as a beacon, celebrating life and culture in Mississippi. With riveting stories and captivating photographs by professional journalists and award-winning photographers, this high-quality quarterly publication illuminated Mississippi’s unparalleled assets and its cherished hidden gems. While our active publishing journey has come to a close, the essence and spirit of The ‘Sip endure. Dive into our archives and relive a sip of the South!”


Delta Hot Tamales: A Tasty Tradition

ROSEDALE — Locals and world-travelers who enter the White Front Café/Joe’s Hot Tamale Place all come for the same thing — legendary hot tamales made famous by the late Joe Pope. They are part of a tradition in the Delta, one that Joe’s sister, […]


Bill Ferris

Storyteller and folklorist William “Bill” Ferris is a patchwork of a farm, the blues and memories of his family home in Warren County, Mississippi.

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