On today’s “weekend special” edition of The Memo, food editor Ginna Parsons (7:28) discusses this week’s food section. Cook of the Week Zanthia Slaughter’s specialties include slow-cooker pork roast, strawberry-lemonade brownies and shepherd’s pie. Ginna also talks about sweet potato soup and restaurateur John Currence’s upcoming appearance in Tupelo for the Lee County Library’s “A Novel Affair” fundraiser.
Photographer Adam Robison (17:23) talks about his recent photo essay on Tupelo’s Hanger Clinic, which makes prosthesis.
M. Scott Morris (24:52) reviews “John Wick: Chapter 2.” Derek (31:57) has the highlights of the weekend entertainment scene – Carlock Ram’s Northeast Mississippi Championship Rodeo, Tupelo Community Theatre’s “Love Letters,” the Oxford Film Festival and Link Centre’s music of the Oscars. Also, Tupelo High School students are performing “The Ninth Train,” and Pied Piper Players offer a presentation of “Lizzy, Darcy and Jane.”