Seems I recall a saying floating around in the old days: "Never trust anyone over 30," it went.
You may have heard word of it, the toast craze that sprang up in San Francisco last year and spread. Yes, the humble breakfast food went hipster.
On the eve of the 150th anniversary of the American Civil War's final knell, a powerful remembrance will take place in Columbus.
The Everything Garden Expo green-thumbed enthusiasts have come to expect at the Mississippi Horse Park each spring has a new name and updated mission.
The Cotton District Arts Festival Songwriter Competition announces it has extended the deadline for entries until Saturday, March 28. In addition, the contest entry fee is being waived.
During my personal wonder years, the main dish on our family holiday tables never changed. It was quite comforting, in fact.
A troubling phone call woke Billy Crossley in the middle of the night 30 or so years ago. The passage of time has not blurred his memory of it.
An annual rite of spring is just around the corner.
Eight years ago, a few seniors who regularly gathered at what would become the Townsend Community Center in central Columbus came up with the idea for a soul food supper.
"I get a bad rap!" Sandra Stone protested in jest. She's the baritone of the Harmony G.R.I.T.S. barbershop quartet. "At Christmas, when we sing about being naughty or nice, they always point to me when we get to 'naughty'."
Turning 50 is a milestone. For the Columbus Arts Council, it's cause for celebration.
Rebecca's Rooms will present the third annual Free to Be Me pageant Saturday, March 21 at 11 a.m. at the New Hope Middle School Auditorium in Columbus.
Kayla Hairston sits quietly off to herself, doing homework as fellow cast members of the Columbus Community Theatre's "Our Town" run scenes at the Rosenzweig Arts Center. The 14-year-old uses some of her breaks to get schoolwork done; it's one way she juggles academics and her thirst for theater.
For Michael Williams, the road from his first feature-length film's concept to its festival premiere was worth the work and wait.
Painting, photography, ceramics and graphic design are among the disciplines represented in Mississippi University for Women's Juried Student Exhibition currently on display in the galleries of the Art and Design Building on campus.
Devil's Footprint, Ohio Star, Log Cabin, Carpenter's Wheel -- the patterns date back to the Civil War era.
A drive through the Mississippi University for Women campus these past several days has had heads turning.
Eating a hearty breakfast Saturday morning with the Wesley Foundation can send helping hands to do mission work, right here in Mississippi.
The music -- and fashion -- of the Roaring '20s will be in the spotlight during the Charles H. Templeton Ragtime and Jazz Festival March 26-28 on the Mississippi State University campus.
Tennessee Williams' work was influenced by two relationships from Alabama.
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