Kenneth Smith is hooked on color. Glass and color.
Columbus extended Southern hospitality to 27 visitors from Australia this past week.
Carole McReynolds Davis was an original. When she passed away in June 2014, Starkville's civic cheerleader left a legacy of enthusiasm that was evident in everything she undertook. And Davis loved hats -- creating them, wearing them, sharing them.
There are any number of great places to eat in the Golden Triangle, week in and week out. But there is one place where food dollars spent Saturday can add power and punch to the fight against cancer.
Growing Scouts can go through uniforms at a rapid clip.
A riot of creativity, color and craftsmanship is expected in downtown West Point April 25 when the city hosts its third annual Art Walk.
Members and associate members of the Mississippi Chapter of the Veterans of the Battle of the Bulge have established scholarships for direct descendants of Mississippi veterans of the World War II Battle of the Bulge, the Ardennes.
There's been so much catfish in the air lately -- the Catfish in the Alley cooking contest Saturday in downtown Columbus, and the CONTACT Helpline catfish (and barbecue) plate fundraiser the same day. It seemed an appropriate time to touch on this prolific Southern staple.
Blue ribbons spotted in downtown Columbus and nearby are visual reminders that April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month.
The Lowndes County Extension Service and Lowndes Farm Supply present a free Tomato Battle and Tomato Growing seminar Tuesday.
The singing woke him up, so one account goes. The noise, it's been said, was enough to draw Jefferson Davis -- then a candidate for the U.S. Senate visiting Columbus -- out onto the second-story balcony of Snowdoun to see what was afoot.
Camp Rising Sun will be honored Monday in Jackson with the Governor's Initiative for Volunteer Excellence (GIVE) Award for Outstanding Achievement in a Nonprofit.
Awadagin Pratt doesn't conform to everyone's idea of a concert pianist. With his dramatic dreadlocks and often novel wardrobe, he is, one might say, unconventional.
Christine Butler-Williams of Columbus honors mothers with her latest collection of welcomes, poems, skits and speeches titled "Mother's Day Program Planner for Successful Church Programs."
Ahh, spring. We've been teased before, but surely it well and truly arrives on the wings of Easter.
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.
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