For 13-year-old Kenna McGrew, it happened at a church event. A friend had brought along a ukulele, and Kenna came home smitten with the quirky little instrument.
An inaugural Sunday Funday takes place Sunday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. in Starkville's Cotton District.
Since the beginning of humankind, food has been a marker of cultures.
An imaginary excursion to the islands is in store when Loaves and Fishes Community Soup Kitchen presents its fourth annual Festival of Flavors June 2 at Lion Hills Center in Columbus.
"Columbus Boasts New Garden Club," the headline reads. The photocopied Commercial Dispatch newspaper article dated Jan. 12, 1957, is well-preserved, even though the gray scrapbook page it's glued to is fraying a bit at the edges.
Lazy, hazy summertime in the Golden Triangle heralds the return of Sounds of Summer in Columbus.
Karrah Fort, 38, is likely to long remember how she celebrated Mother's Day weekend 2017 -- by walking across the stage to receive her master's degree in social work from the University of Tennessee.
As a longtime nurse who has worked in many parts of the world, Stephanie Holcombe is well aware that people deal with death in various ways.
The month of May ushers in pleasant anticipation of festivals, graduations and that first trip to the beach.
Dick and Jane have made strides in reading this spring, building vocabulary, tackling more challenging content, inching through a portal that will open a wide world they can only guess at for now.
Hold on to your hats: The Futrelle sisters -- Frankie, Honey Raye and Twink -- are throwing a wedding. The resulting "Southern-fried" laughs play out in Columbus Community Theatre's presentation of "Dearly Beloved" Thursday through Saturday at the Rosenzweig Arts Center.
Saturday morning will mark the season grand opening of the Hitching Lot Farmers' Market in Columbus.
Lines between classical music and jazz will blur Saturday when the Columbus Choral Society presents "Mass Unity," a 7 p.m. concert at First Baptist Church in Columbus.
Jason Morgan Ward and Catherine Pierce, both faculty members at Mississippi State University, are among 12 Mississippi Institute of Arts and Letters award recipients for works published, performed or shown in 2016.
With Market Street Festival coming up, the Golden Triangle has plenty of reasons to celebrate this weekend. Here's one more: Friday is Cinco de Mayo.
"Dear soldier," most of the brief letters begin. Penciled consonants and vowels formed with care by little hands may look a bit wobbly, but the sentiments expressed seem even stronger for it.
The Columbus Arts Council's Writers' Series welcomes New York Times best-selling author Richard Grant to the Golden Triangle Thursday.
Every spring, the small town of Caledonia in Lowndes County is the site of an event increasingly rare these days.
The '60s and '70s were turning points when it comes to music. The 22nd annual Market Street Festival will celebrate that era as the two-day event opens with "Riverstock" at the Columbus Riverwalk at 7 p.m. Friday.
Current rehearsals for Mississippi University for Women's choral groups contain an added air of excitement as students prepare for a May 5 community concert.
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