Driving to my destination, a downtown Columbus restaurant, I had to chuckle as I said out loud to no one, "It was a dark and stormy night."
It has long been a Columbus Arts Council goal to bring the Vienna Boys Choir to the Golden Triangle, and this fall it will finally happen.
Those suffering from substance use disorders -- alcohol and drug addiction -- or individuals with a mental health diagnosis in the Golden Triangle have something Community Counseling Services believes they could add to their "gratitude list" -- access to great behavioral health care through a variety of outlets and resources, said Martha Allen of CCS.
As summer gives way to autumn, don't assume we have to say goodbye to fresh produce.
Take a world-class fibber, a musically-gifted storyteller and a national tale-spinner who actually grew up in Columbus, and what does one get? The sixth annual Possum Town Tales Storytelling Festival -- a weekend of unrestrained laughter, flights of imagination and renewed appreciation for the human connection.
Chances are Hank Vaiden will never forget how he spent Labor Day 2017.
An eager rustle among spectators signaled that the bride was about to enter. Heads turned in anticipation. Piano music played and smiles broke out as she began a slow procession down the aisle.
Golden Triangle artisan Bessie Johnson will be among master crafters featured on the INSP network show "Handcrafted America" airing Friday at 7:30 p.m. CST.
While no one is recommending a steady diet of bacon here, really, who doesn't enjoy the smoky, savory taste from time to time?
Keith Gaskin has long admired the works of two-time Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Tennessee Williams, born in Columbus. He's also a lifelong fan of Tupelo's Elvis Presley.
Big George Brock is one of the last musicians living to have played with the legendary Howlin' Wolf, so it's appropriate that Brock returns to West Point -- where Wolf was born in 1910 -- for the 22nd annual Black Prairie Blues Festival Friday.
Lisa Klutts is already tracking the extended weather forecast, encouraged by what she's seeing.
When students returned to Cook Elementary Fine Arts Magnet School earlier this month, they learned of something new to celebrate.
Any bona fide Mississippian knows toasty temperatures will last around here well into autumn.
As summer fades and social media announces how many weeks remaining until Dec. 25, thoughts begin turning to Operation Christmas Child (OCC).
Only a few years ago, Sandra Corbett couldn't sew a straight line. Now every stitch she makes comes from the heart. Corbett helps transform donated wedding, prom and formal dresses into "angel" gowns.
Hellen Polk of Starkville spent the days just before July 4 last month immersed in patriotism in Washington, D.C.
For women who are unemployed or underemployed, Christian Women's Job Corps (CWJC) offers a path to improved job and life skills.
Lily Dunn is planning it all out -- the '50s greaser-look costumes she and her friends are thinking about for Saturday at Trotter Convention Center. The 15-year-old from New Hope thinks she'll go as a roller skating waitress.
Sixty-two years after Aaron Harcrow Sr. served his last day in the United States Army, the 84-year-old received four medals for his honorable service.
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