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2018 Filmmaker’s Bash Highlight: Sous Chef Malcolm Evans

Welcome Sous Chef Malcolm Evans, sous chef at the King Edward Grille in Jackson. We cannot wait to see what he cooks up at the 2018 Bash. Try Sous Chef Malcolm’s delicious dish during the Top Sous Chef Competition at the Filmmaker’s “Mardi Gras” Bash on Saturday, February 24, 2018, at the Mississippi Museum of…

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2018 Filmmaker’s Bash Highlight: Sous Chef Phillip Brown

Welcome Sous Chef Phillip Brown, sous chef at Sodexo/Southern Farm Bureau Life Insurance Company in Jackson. We cannot wait to see what he cooks up at the 2018 Bash. Sous Chef Phillip Brown discovered a love for food at an early age, which was inspired by his father who was well known for his cooking.…

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2018 Filmmaker’s Bash Highlight: Chef Marilyn Shelby Kithuka

Welcome Chef Marilyn Shelby Kithuka, chef and owner of Gumbo Girl at 5681 Highway 18 in Jackson. We cannot wait to see what she cooks up at the 2018 Bash. Chef Marilyn Shelby Kithuka is the chef and owner of Gumbo Girl, a small Jackson, Mississippi, area restaurant that is fast growing in popularity. Her…

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2018 Filmmaker’s Bash Highlight: Chef Wyatt Williams

Welcome Chef Wyatt Williams, Executive Chef at Sodexo/Southern Farm Bureau Life in Jackson. We cannot wait to see what he cooks up at the 2018 Bash! “To be a good chef, one must not only love food and cooking, but also have a love for people as well,” is a favorite saying of Chef Wyatt Williams,…

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2018 Filmmaker’s Bash Highlight: Chef Rashanna Newsome

Welcome back Chef Rashanna Newsome, Sous Chef of The Manship Wood Fired Kitchen, located at 1200 North State St. in Jackson. We cannot wait to see what she cooks up at the 2018 Bash. Chef Rashanna was inspired by her parents and their love of cooking. Rashanna originally planned to study computer in college, but…

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2018 Filmmaker’s Bash

[et_pb_section bb_built=”1″][et_pb_row][et_pb_column type=”4_4″][et_pb_text _builder_version=”3.0.98″ background_layout=”light”]   Don’t miss the sixth annual Bash event featuring the exciting “Top Chef” competition showcasing Mississippi’s finest culinary talents. In honor of the Mardi Gras theme, chefs will prepare Cajun or French inspired dishes, with a Mississippi twist. The evening’s attire is “black tie and Mardi Gras glam.” Chefs include:…

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2018 Filmmaker’s Bash Highlight: Chef Damian Shelby

Welcome back Damian Shelby, Executive Chef of The King Edward, located at 102 N. Mill St. in Jackson. We cannot wait to see what he cooks up at the 2018 Bash. Chef Damian has always had a kitchen talent even from coming up as a kid from Bolton, MS. He grew up with his family…

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Celebrating a Civil Rights Achievement 70 Years in the Making

Celebrating a Civil Rights Achievement 70 Years in the Making: The Elport Chess JATRAN Facility Naming September 2017 Marked Two Significant Milestones September 2017 marked two important and connected anniversaries in Mississippi’s Civil Rights history. First, 70 years ago in Jackson, the Lanier Bus Boycott of 1947 took place and was led by Mr. Elport…

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“What It Really Means to be Ghetto” by Skyy Wheat, Alasha Stewart and Darian Weathersby

Creating a film is one way to share your passion about a subject. Skyy Wheat, Alasha Stewart and Darian Weathersby did just that when they created this short film entitled “What It Really Means to be Ghetto.” Don’t worry about the flaws in your film – everything gets better with practice. Just know, the best way…

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“The Homicide of Jerry Allen, Jr.” by Marqueshia L. Allen

To make an engaging film, you must be excited about your subject. If you are lackluster about it, chances are your final product will be lacking also. So, find your voice and share your passion! This is exactly what Marqueshia L. Allen did when she shared her story in “The Homicide of Jerry Allen, Jr.…

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