Globe|February 15, 2021
Big sis Pumpkin pulling out all the stops

HONEY BOO BOO is planning a pricey pigout party for her Sweet 16 — even though she and sister Lauryn “Pumpkin” Efird were evicted from their Georgia house last April after failing to pay $1,242 in rent!

Reality star Alana “Honey Boo Boo” Thompson and her big sister, 21, are already devising the menu for the Aug. 28 birthday, say sources, who dish the outdoor bash is promising to be a rocky road ice cream horror show!

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Nourishing a community

Jerry Thompson’s heart and love of gardening combine to feed Tupelo children.

2 mins read
Mississippi Magazine
March - April 2021

Grounded in Love

In the heart of the South, a church does the hard work of racial reconciliation

7 mins read
February 2021

Five Quilts for Five Sisters

We thought we knew everything about our mother

3 mins read
February 2021

How the Democrats Won in Georgia

A finely tuned turnout machine, and plenty of cash, led to victory in the Senate runoffs

5 mins read
Bloomberg Businessweek
February 01, 2021

Detailed Observations

Thompson was the Grand Prize Winner of International Artist magazine’s Challenge No. 117, Florals & Garden

2 mins read
American Art Collector
December 2020


The Cape, a Thompson Hotel, reopening today, welcomes guests back with enhanced safety procedures and creative offerings designed to meet the needs of today’s traveler.

4 mins read
Caribbean Living Magazine
Winter 2020/2021


When Consolidated Gold Mine in Dahlonega, Georgia, wanted to open more of its areas to public tours, they asked Inspired Intelligence, a family owned and operated drone business in Buford, Georgia, to help. Inspired Intelligence CEO and founder Nir Pe’er explained, “Besides drone technology, we also used new, amazing cutting-edge technology called LiDAR.

3 mins read
February/ March 2021

The System: Zak Cheney-Rice

The Never-ending Coup Against Black America - Historically, “recovery” tends to look a lot like betrayal.

6 mins read
New York magazine
January 4-17, 2021

March to Washington

Nikema Williams isn’t as well known as Stacey Abrams, but the woman who will fill John Lewis’ seat represents a different—and formidable— kind of power.

8 mins read
Mother Jones
January/February 2021

The Devils Went Down to Georgia

In America’s newest swing state, where the fate of the nation rests on the outcome of two Senate runoffs, all of the candidates are relying on Donald Trump for one last turn out extravaganza.

10+ mins read
New York magazine
December 21, 2020-January 3, 2021