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.
Creamy chicken noodle, Mulligan stew, Italian sausage chili ... sounds good, doesn't it? Those were some of the stars at the SOUPer Bowl in Starkville Saturday.
The next time you hear someone bemoaning the "state of teens today" -- a time-worn refrain -- take the opportunity to point out someone like Kaelon Gilford.
Tourism and its impact on Mississippi's economy was the focus Wednesday when Gov. Phil Bryant and tourism professionals from across the state gathered at the state Capitol.
The 17th annual Magnolia Independent Film Festival Feb. 19-21 at Hollywood Premier Cinemas in Starkville will feature a workshop by filmmakers Michael Williams of West Point and Rob Underhill of Raleigh, North Carolina.
Itawamba Community College in Fulton presents its 19th annual bluegrass concert and barbecue on Saturday, Feb. 28 beginning at 4 p.m. in the Davis Event Center.
Marleen Hansen is up for a culinary adventure. So when the theme was Peru for Columbus' Big Read kickoff Saturday, she was ready with a recipe.
If young Marie-Grace Gardner had lived in Columbus in 1853, she would have gone to school at Franklin Academy, Mississippi's first free public school.
The serenity and symmetry of rural American landscapes are the central theme of "Barns," the Starkville Area Arts Council's current exhibit at the Greater Starkville Development Partnership.
Fairly or not, hospital food often gets a universal bad rap.
Chad Anderson has a clear memory of one of his early drawings -- a "graphic struggle," he once called it. He may not have been even 5 years old, growing up in Starkville.
Internationally-known guitarist David Burgess of New York presents a program of Spanish- and Latin American-inspired music at the Rosenzweig Arts Center Omnova Theater Thursday.
West Point independent filmmaker Michael Williams' first feature-length project, "OzLand," hits regional screens in January and February.
If there was ever a perfect time for cozying up in front of a fire listening to "Baby, It's Cold Outside," it's now. Because, baby, it sure is.
Thornton Wilder's 1927 novel "The Bridge of San Luis Rey" opens on a scorching noon, high above a cavernous gorge near Lima, Peru.
Whether you ring in the new year with fireworks and friends, or sleep soundly through the stroke of midnight, the countdown has begun.
Doris and John Brasher and a host of volunteers in Fayette, Alabama, are busy greeting visitors to what has become one of west Alabama's most well-known attractions -- "Christmas in the Park."
Begging your pardon for talking up New Year's Eve before Christmas Day has even dawned, but next Wednesday's food section will be too late to allow time to consider making this luscious treat.
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