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10 #MyTupelo Photos We Loved in January

It’s hard to believe we’re already over a month into 2018, with January in the rearview mirror. As always, here’s ten of our favorite #MyTupelo photos taken in January by folks all over Tupelo. The snow day last month really made for some awesome pictures!   1. @blakemccollum Blake McCollum was able to get his […]

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Feel the Beat and Fill Your Belly in Tupelo!

Music and food are both known to nourish the soul. In Tupelo, you can find both at a number of venues where you can feel the beat while filling your belly. Whether you’re looking for a casual night out sampling Italian fare with acoustic melodies in the background, a downhome atmosphere filled with fried foods […]

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10 #MyTupelo Photos We Loved in December

1. @DJournalnow The Christmas celebrations got kicked off early this past December, with the 69th Annual Reed’s Tupelo Christmas Parade bringing Christmas cheer through downtown the night of December 1st!   2. @kolebnica  The Blackland Prairie Trail along The Natchez Trace Parkway is both human and pet-approved.   3. @meganchapman11  Disney’s Frozen On Ice came […]

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How to Make Elvis’ Favorite Sandwich With a Tupelo Twist

Named by Zagat as one of the best sandwiches in the state of Mississippi, the Blue Suede Grill Peanut Butter & Banana Sandwich from Cafe 212 is a favorite eat for Tupelo locals and Elvis tourists alike. The sandwich draws its name and inspiration from Tupelo, Mississippi’s own hometown hero, Elvis Presley. The King was […]

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Ten #MyTupelo Photos We Loved in November

November in Tupelo came and went faster than anyone could say “pass the gravy.” We saw the unveiling of the long-awaited Vietnam Veteran’s Memorial Wall in Veteran’s Park, Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats rocked Fairpark during the Back Porch Blues concert, and the leaves began to turn from green to beautiful reds, oranges, and […]

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14 Events To Help Get You Into the Christmas Spirit in Tupelo This Season!

Whether it’s the annual Reed’s Christmas Parade or where you can take your kids (or pets) to meet Santa, you’re sure to find something on this list to help you get into the Christmas spirit! 1. 69th Annual Reed’s Tupelo Christmas Parade, Dec. 1st It will be a “Community Christmas” for this year’s 69th Annual […]

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Ten #MyTupelo Photos We Loved in October

1. @DJournalnow  Steve Harvey came to town this month and had a great time at Healthworks. Here he can be seen performing some casual surgery with an audience full of interested kids.   2. @molliecdean This. This right here is the face of a child who knows he’s found the perfect pumpkin to take home […]

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5 Ways to Enjoy Fall in Tupelo!

1. Find your perfect pumpkin or navigate the corn maze at the Tupelo Buffalo Park Pumpkin Patch The Tupelo Buffalo Park’s annual Pumpkin Patch will be available all throughout the month of October. Pick your own pumpkin, enjoy the hayride, corn maze, face painting, small petting zoo, bounce houses, games, and so much more! Admission […]

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Ten #MyTupelo Photos We Loved in September

1. @twicker 77 What’s better than one dad grilling? THREE DADS GRILLING.   2. @kermitsoutlawkitchen Look at how beautiful that Butcher Burger is. That’s a work of art. Someone hang this photo in a museum, please. Drop by Kermit’s Outlaw Kitchen to try one for yourself, if you can manage to snap a picture of […]

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Ruffin’ It: These 2 Bulldogs Had the Best Day in Tupelo

Tupelo may be a small town in Northeast Mississippi compared to the likes of New York or Los Angeles, but we see all kinds of visitors from all over the world just the same. It’s not uncommon on any given day to run into a Japanese tourist inside Tupelo Hardware Co., a group of British […]

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