October Issue: Fear Not, Darling

  Hey, boo. Spooky season has arrived with the one year anniversary issue of DIME. Curl up with our…

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Netflix Originals: What To Watch

Netflix has long been a pioneer in streaming past seasons of our favorite television shows. Since 2012, however, it…

Kenny G: A Chat With The Sax Superstar

With a career spanning over 40 years, American saxophonist Kenny G often finds himself the butt of a joke;…

Avatar: Inside The Freak Show

Gothenburg, Sweden, seems to breed metal bands, but it’s hard to compare to the theatrical and twisted sideshow metal…

Candy Corn Jello Shots

In the year I moved into my first apartment, post-divorce and unemployed, I spent a good six months living…

Otherfest: An Original Music Festival

Since 2006, Otherfest has held the stage for over 100 indie-label and unsigned bands from around the U.S., ranging…

Beyoncé’s Albums Ranked

Beyoncé started her career in 1997 with the Destiny’s Child single “No, No, No.” Nearly 20 years later, and…

Modern Musings

In March, DIME and the MS Museum of Modern Art invited budding writers, journalists and storytellers to share their…

Silicon Jackson Part 2: Meet Sheena Allen

During the month of September, DIME is presenting a weekly feature with an influential Mississippian in the tech field.…

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As the nights grow longer and colder and the autumn leaves perform their colorful swan song, a lot of…

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