O Hashi Sushi, Free Admission to State Art Museums and Mississippi Boychoir | Jackson Free Press

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O Hashi Sushi, the newest addition to Cultivation Food Hall in Jackson, opened Monday, July 26. The new restaurant offers signature rolls, fried rolls, appetizers, fried ice cream and more. Photo courtesy of O Hashi Sushi

O Hashi Sushi, the newest addition to Cultivation Food Hall in Jackson, opened Monday, July 26. The new restaurant offers signature rolls, fried rolls, appetizers, fried ice cream and more.

The restaurant’s classic rolls include California rolls, spicy crawfish, salmon, tempura shrimp, avocado, tuna, cucumber, crunchy shrimp, spicy amberjack and more.

Other dishes on the menu include spring rolls, eel, cracklin shrimp, seafood salad, crunchy crab salad, crab sticks, Japanese seaweed salad, tataki carpaccio from tuna and more.

For more information, call 601-487-5196, visit culturefoodhall.com/o-hashi-sushi or find the restaurant on Facebook.

Free admission and music in the city at the Mississippi Museum of Art

The Mississippi Museum of Art and several other art collections offer free admission throughout August.

Other participating galleries include the Lauren Rogers Museum of Art in Laurel, the Matthews-Sanders Sculpture Garden in Cleveland, the Mississippi Arts & Entertainment Experience in Meridian, the Museum of the Mississippi Delta in Greenwood, the Ohr-O’Keefe Museum of Art in Biloxi and the Walter Anderson Museum of Art in Ocean Springs.

Additionally, the Mississippi Museum of Art is hosting its first event for the Music in the City fall series on Tuesday, August 3 at the Trustmark Grand Hall beginning at 5 p.m. Soloist Katrina Cox will perform with piano accompanist Derrick Meador. The event is free, but due to COVID-19 seating is limited and advance registration is recommended. All visitors must wear face masks.

For more information, visit msmuseumart.org Where visitmississippi.org/artmuseums/.

Mississippi Boychoir New Art Director and Fall Essays

The Mississippi Boychoir recently hired a new artistic director and opened tryouts for its upcoming season.

Bobby G. Helms, a Georgia teacher with 18 years of experience, will be the organization’s new artistic director. He is currently director of choral activities at Copiah-Lincoln Community College and choir director at Faith Presbyterian Church in Brookhaven.

For information on tryouts for the upcoming Mississippi Boychoir season, call 601-665-7374 or visit msboychoir.org/join.

Mississippi Boychoir operates two chapters in Jackson and Vicksburg. The Mississippi Arts Commission and the National Endowment for the Arts fund the organization.

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