WEEKLY COLUMN


Walter Anderson, A Free Man

There are three constants that have been ever-present in my life from day one— food, music, and art. For the purposes of this column— and […]

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All About the Mouse

ORLANDO— I have had a long history with this city. In the summer of 1972, when I was 10 years old, my uncle took my […]

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On the Road Again

ORLANDO— Sometime in the next few weeks I’ll be opening a new restaurant, bar, and tiki bar in the Fondren neighborhood of Jackson, Mississippi. Those […]

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Legends and Icons

The chances of being in the presence of genuine, iconic, living, breathing, legends are few and far between, if ever at all. I don’t have […]

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World-Class Views

PETROGNANO-SEMIFONTE, ITALY— Customers judge restaurants by many criteria. I once read a survey in which a majority of the people ranked service above food and […]

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A Birthday to Remember

PETROGNANO-SEMIFONTE, TUSCANY— My mother used to speak disparagingly of grown men who kept changing careers later in life. Even as a kid, I never agreed […]

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Honor Your Hometown

Grab a broom and a dustpan because I am about to drop some names. My friend Marty Stuart, country music legend, multi-instrumentalist, curator, fellow Mississippian, […]

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Julia

It’s been a little over a year since Julia Reed was taken from us— much too soon— after a long, sometimes public, always brave battle […]

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Steak Night

“RSJ’s Andouille-Stuffed Carpetbagger Steak” Photo Credit: Joey DeLeo From the book “New South Grilling” by Robert St. John, Hyperion 2007 I had a very long, storied, […]

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