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5 Responses to About

  1. Holly Hilton says:

    Andy, this is perfect! You definately have the corner of this niche topic. I love it!

  2. Jaclyn says:

    These are great. I especially liked the story about the “Cafeteria.”

  3. Andy Young says:

    What a great idea! I am envious. I can suggest a couple of obscure ideas. My favorite right now is Bobo’s Live Catfish on Raymond Road in South Jackson. You can pick your dinner out while still swimming and they will clean it and fillet it too. St. Columb’s Episcopal church does a food pantry in West Jackson on Fridays called Iona House. It is on Claiborne Ave. next door to St. C.’s former location. And have you noticed the food purveyor on the corner of Mitchel and North West? There seems to be a food theme going here. Good luck.

  4. Keep up the great work!
    Create a FaceBook page & Twitter account if you haven’t already!
    Would love to see some exploration of some of the vast sewer systems in Jackson (let me know when you do that – I’d love to film that!) –
    & some of the treasures of all kinds in west Jackson..

  5. Scott Sorensen says:

    Hey, you should check out the bridge on Old Canton about a mile north of Cups. I thinks it’s near Avondale? There’s some awesome skateboarder art underneath the bridge, and it’s a peaceful place to chill.

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