Sherry Lucas, The Clarion-Ledger

Sherry Lucas

The Clarion-Ledger

Jackson, MS, United States

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Past articles by Sherry:

His dad wanted him to be a weightlifter, but he chose ballet instead

He's a finalist in the International Ballet Competition in Jackson - but when his dad put him in ballet class, it was only for flexibility. → Read More

This dancer carries the soul of an artist to the Jackson IBC

Katherine Barkman competed in the 2014 IBC USA in Jackson at the age of 17. Now a principal dancer, the 21 year old returns to where it started. → Read More

What you need to know about the International Ballet Competition

How to buy tickets to the USA IBC, things to do during the competition and how you can help make it a success. → Read More

What to eat - including the ultimate sampler

The 51st annual fundraiser for Beth Israel Congregation and their charitable mission will be held March 21. It's a chance to get your Jewish food fix. → Read More

Mississippi Symphony Orchestra welcomes piano sensation Conrad Tao

Piano sensation Conrad Tao joins MSO for Nov. 11 concert → Read More

Louisiana flood food relief continues

Eat Y'all and Extra Table team to round out and help fill food needs for victims of Louisiana flooding. → Read More

Two-headed snake gets new home

Mississippi Museum of Natural Science's two-headed snake gets a new showcase. → Read More

Arts agency head to step down at the end of February

Tom Pearson, executive director at Mississippi Arts Commission, will take job in Florida. → Read More

HGTV pilot set in Laurel airs Sunday morning

“Home Town,” hosted by Laurel couple Erin and Ben Napier, focuses on small-town life. → Read More

Greg Iles to speak at Statehood Day program Dec. 10

Best-selling Natchez author will speak at 7th annual program celebrating state’s birthday. → Read More

Preemie grows up to nurse preemies

Brittany Boolos spent her first couple of months in neonatal intensive care; now she works in that unit at UMMC. → Read More

Yazoo's BBQ princess on 'Chopped: Impossible'

Leslie Roark Scott of Yazoo City returns to TV culinary competition in this week's "Chopped: Impossible." → Read More

'A Time to Kill' onstage at New Stage

John Grisham's first novel is adapted as suspenseful courtroom drama. → Read More

Chili brings a warmth to the weather

Chili is a season staple and the variables, from ingredients to accompaniments, make it a canvas for creativity. → Read More

'A Time to Kill' onstage at New Stage

John Grisham's first novel is adapted as suspenseful courtroom drama in the second offering in New Stage's 50th season. → Read More

Claudia Cartee among Mississippi arts honorees

The five 2016 winners covers a diverse set of talents, from clay to comedy, drama to music. → Read More

Most endangered historic sites named

The Mississippi Heritage Trust's 10th such list highlights sites to spur preservation, save elements of state history. → Read More

Starkville youth on 'Chopped Junior'

Mark Coblentz, 12, is among competitors on the Food Network's new show, "Chopped Junior," with $10,000 on the line. → Read More

LatinFest returns to Farmers Market Sunday

The fourth annual LatinFest returns to the Mississippi Farmers Market Sunday for its biggest celebration to date. → Read More

Weekend to weekend entertainment guide

Mississippi has no shortage of artists, entertainers. Sherry Lucas keeps up with them all. → Read More