Shopping in Tupelo


$20 for $40 Worth of Handbags and Accessories at Kindred Spirit Style

Kindred Spirit Style

Oakland Center

Boho-chic, boldly printed cross-body bags, totes, messenger backpacks, and clutch wallets handcrafted in the USA

$40 $20

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$99 for $180 Worth of Services at Cricket Wireless

Cricket Wireless

Alta Vista Neighborhood Association

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$180 $99

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$15 Worth of High-End Consignment Apparel and Accessories at Charm Boutique $30

Charm Boutique

Memphis

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$30 $15

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$36 for $65 Worth of Makeup — True Beauty Artistry

True Beauty Artistry

True Beauty Artistry

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$65 $36

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Bath, Body, and Home Accessories at WhatsThatFragrance.com (50% Off). Two Options Available.

WhatsThatFragrance.com

Whatsthatfragrancecom

Browse products like handmade soaps shaped like cupcakes, fizzy bath bombs, roll-on perfume oils, lotion, and fragrant candles and diffusers

$20 $10

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$6 for $10 Worth of Shredders — Memphis Postal Center

Memphis Postal Center

Memphis

Documents shredded under National Security Agency and Department of Defense standards.

$10 $6

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In-Store Screen Repair for iPhone 4 or 5 Models or iPad 2, 3, 4, Mini, and Air from iFixMemphis (Up to 55% Off)

iFixMemphis

iFixMemphis

Staff refurbishes cracked or damaged screens on Apple products, including two generations of iPhones and two iPad models

$129 $69

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Comfort food doesn't have a reputation for being healthy, but the cooks at Fresh Market Cafe strive to change that by putting a nutritious twist on southern favorites. The kitchen staffers prepare their vegetables in chicken stock or a ham base, eschewing grease, oil, or butter for healthier alternatives. Baked fresh every morning, their pies, skillet cornbread, and entrees contain no MSG or artificial flavors, instead relying on fresh and natural ingredients. Customers pressed for time can take advantage of the carry-out and drive-thru options, or they can enjoy a leisurely meal in the restaurant.
1155 South Gloster Street
Tupelo,
MS
US
For more than 140 years, the Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal has informed citizens of political, sport, business, and lifestyle news. Opinion columns, vibrant photography, wedding announcements, and obituaries join these features. Readers are encouraged to send in their own news, photos, and comments to ensure the whole community is covered.
1242 South Green Street
Tupelo,
MS
US
At The Clay Canvas's child-friendly contemporary ceramics studio, customers of all crafting levels dabble in DIY activities ranging from pottery painting to hand-building moist-clay pieces. Children's summer camps, workshops, and other classes help youngsters take steps toward skilled painting or overcoming a fear of sitting at a potter's wheel that may be surrounded by friendly ghosts. The Clay Canvas also engages with the local artist community by selling finished pieces at the studio.
1308 University Avenue
Oxford,
MS
US
We are locally owned and operated. These Ashley Furniture HomeStores go above and beyond, as their mission is “To achieve excellence as we provide products and services in a way that honors God and blesses our customers and employees."
137 Courthouse Square
Oxford,
MS
US
Magnolia Lighting's stockade illuminates living quarters with sundry lighting fixtures and home accents. Guests can peruse the expansive showroom rife with crystal chandeliers, lavish candelabras, and teardrop lights artfully suspended from the ceiling. Decorative accessories such as Light Charms magnetic crystals ($42) spruce up chandeliers and a variety of outdoor lighting options shed light on patios and walkways. Patrons can curl up with a book or ancient Greek tablet by the flame of a Lafco candle ($55)—lauded as one of Oprah's “Favorite Things”—and decorative mirrors ($89 for a 44"x32" model) spruce up empty walls and fool gullible eyes into thinking rooms are larger than they actually are.
2206 Jackson Ave W
Oxford,
MS
US
Author William Faulkner, satirist Stark Young, and art collector Mary Skipwith Buie share something in common—they've all lent their legacies to The University of Mississippi Museum. Originally opened in 1939, the complex encompasses the one-time home of Faulkner, Rowan Oak; registered Mississippi landmark Walton-Young Historic House, which housed famed satirist Stark; and a historic art museum built around Buie’s private collection. Today, the museum uses its three sites to preserve and showcase the artistic past and cultural heritage of the American South through exhibits, demonstrations, and education. Guides lead scheduled tours though the historic homes and the museum exhibitions to avoid waking napping sculptures. Rotating exhibits center on genres such as Southern folk art by self-taught painters, ancient Chinese ceramics art, and mixed-media works by modern artists. The four permanent collections provide a home for lasting assemblages of 19th-century scientific instruments; Greek and Roman works of art; pieces by American modernists such as Georgia O’Keeffe, Arthur Dove, and John Marin; and a range of Civil War relics, antique costumes, and letters penned by George Washington and John Adams. As part of the museum's focus on education, instructors lead adult studio workshops on topics such as outdoor nature photography, woodcut printmaking, and watercolors. They also let younger artists explore exhibits, use studio space, and question German expressionism's use of forced perspective in ArtZone and summer camp programs.
University Ave. and Fifth St.
Oxford,
MS
US
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