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.
Chef Elizabeth Heiskell made a recent visit to Columbus, bringing along copies of her cookbook "Somebody Stole the Cornbread from My Dressing," her own signature jams, jellies, pimiento cheese, chicken salad and Bloody Mary mix -- and biscuits, lots and lots of biscuits.
It's not uncommon to hear about missionaries and medical volunteers in far-flung corners of the world who deal with health crises every day.
Patron tickets to the Junior Auxiliary of Columbus 2015 Charity Ball will be available to the public Thursday, Feb. 19 from 4:30-7 p.m. at the Junior Auxiliary Hut at 1000 Park Circle, adjacent to Lee Park.
We love a holiday, don't we? Valentine's Day is no exception. The precise history of this love fest and the patron saint believed to have inspired it may be a bit hazy when you dig deep, but no matter.
Time travel is often just a matter of a scent, a sound, a sight. Take the sight of a familiar gold foil spine on a Little Golden Book, maybe one with three little kittens or a feisty tugboat on the cover.
Friends of Mississippi Libraries Inc. (FML) has two new officers, both from Columbus.
The big band era popularized by legendary bandleaders like Glenn Miller, Artie Shaw and Tommy Dorsey is revisited Friday evening at Trotter Convention Center in downtown Columbus.
With the mission of making beautiful music for the Starkville-MSU Symphony Association and Golden Triangle communities, "A Magnolia Affair" on Saturday, Feb. 14 features live music, heavy hors d'oeuvres, a silent auction and two raffle drawings.
The next best thing to sharing a good meal, is talking about it. On eight occasions annually, the Taste Buds Cookbook Club gathers to do both.
The campus is quiet on a Tuesday evening, dusk closing in on shadowed sidewalks leading to Painter Hall. Inside the venerable building at Mississippi University for Women, almost nothing stirs, only a lone student putting in work after hours.
Nostalgia, collecting and the thrill of the hunt for that hard-to-find piece are all part of the draw for farm toy enthusiasts looking forward to the Starkville Farm Toy Show at the Mississippi Horse Park Feb. 27-28.
It took a bit of subterfuge, but organizers of the Mississippi Theatre Association's festival in Oxford Jan. 15-18 were able to surprise William "Peppy" Biddy with the organization's highest honor.
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