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Breakfast is Worth Getting Up For in Tupelo

While many restaurants in Tupelo are known for their burgers, pizza, and BBQ, few are known for their breakfast. Those that like to get an early start on their day may know about some of these local spots. For those that don’t, here are some of the breakfasts you’ve been missing out on. Connie’s Fried […]

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10 Fun Things to do in Tupelo for $10 or Less

1. Elvis Presley Lake and Campgrounds Price: Free Located just off Deer Park Road in East Tupelo, “EP” is the perfect spot for any outdoorsman. Whether you’re fishing, kayaking, or boating, you’ll be sure to have a great time on the water. Not into water sports? Roast some marshmallows over a fire and enjoy the […]

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10 #MyTupelo Photos We Loved in March

1. @anmorris01 (Amanda Morris) Amanda did an excellent job capturing Brett Young as he came through Tupelo on the American Made Tour! 2. @danzerman (Ladanza Quinn) Ladanza took full advantage of March bringing in some springtime weather with a cruise along The Natchez Trace Parkway. 3. @eating_out_with_jeff_jones (Jeff Jones) In case anyone was wondering, yes, […]

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Where to Find Your Coffee Fix in Tupelo

Joe. Java. Jitter Juice. Rocket Fuel. Cafe’. Brew. Whatever you want to call it, coffee is a step in the morning routine for many and a small obsession for others. Tupelo has plenty of options to get your caffeine fix, with more on the way. We’ve had a few cups ourselves today, so we figured […]

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5 Ideas for Getting Out and About in Tupelo this Spring

Springtime is finally upon us, and there’s a lot to get you out of the house after this past winter! Whether you’d prefer to get out and do some shopping or want to explore your outdoorsy side, here are five ways to get you out and about in Tupelo this spring! 1. Spring Open House, […]

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Top 10 #MyTupelo Photos We Loved in February!

Ah, February. Love was in the air, and photos were taken all across Tupelo. Naturally, we loved a lot of them. To celebrate those awesome shots, here are 10 photos we loved taken by you fine people last month! (In no particular order, as always.) 1. Reflections at Lee County Courthouse. Photo by @lg_photos79. 2. LUTHI lights […]

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A Walk Through Tupelo’s Civil Rights Heritage Trail

Seven markers throughout Tupelo make up the Civil Rights and African-American Heritage Trail. These markers tell the stories of the Tupelo black community and its people who stood against injustice and fought for equality during the Civil Rights Movement in the 1960s.   F.W. Woolworth 131 W. Main St. Located by Reed’s Bookstore, the F.W. Woolworth […]

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6 Surprising Facts about The Natchez Trace Parkway

The Natchez Trace is much older than the state of Mississippi and the United States even. Hang around as long as the Trace has and you’re bound to have some interesting facts in the background. 1. It’s believed the Trace was originally formed by bison. It’s true. Historians believe that thousands of years ago the […]

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10 Tupelo photos we loved in January

January brought colder weather, the birthday of Elvis Presley, and a whole lot more. Here are 10 photos we loved from the King’s birth month (in no particular order)! 1. Grabbing a bike from Crave! (Photo by Anthony Teague, @anthony_teague) ______________________________________________________________ 2. “He ain’t nothin’ but a hound dog.” (Bayou Beaux Jenkins, @datdagisthere) ______________________________________________________________ 3. The […]

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Think You Know the Tupelo Automobile Museum?

What is the collection’s history? How did this large of a collection come together? Frank K. Spain (November 29, 1927 – April 25, 2006) was an electrical engineer and inventor who specialized in communication and broadcasting in the era when new innovations were needed to keep up with expanding public demand for television. He began […]

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