On today’s weekend edition, photographer Adam Robison (4:44) joins Derek and Brad to talk about his recent photo essay on a Tupelo High School senior project that created a new mural at the Tupelo Community Garden. Adam photographed students Ashton Davis, Nathaniel Aycock and Reed McNeal at various points in the process from February until last week’s installation.
M. Scott Morris (13:47) reviews “Born in China.” The Disneynature documentary-style film features several animals living in the wild. Scott said it presents strong storylines, even though some of them appear to have been manipulated by editing.
Derek (22:13) has the highlights of the weekend entertainment scene, including Oxford’s Double Decker Arts Festival; Fulton’s Bluegrass, Blues and BBQ Festival and Tupelo’s GumTree Museum of Art gala. Also, the Tupelo High jazz ensemble has a vocal jazz performance next weekend.