Kenneth Smith is hooked on color. Glass and color.
Occasionally the Scientific American magazine prints articles describing inventions that will probably change our future, and rarely I can understand at least a part of them.
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.
The Friends of the Columbus-Lowndes Public Library concludes this month's Table Talk series on Wednesday with a talk by Lisa Howorth, author of "Flying Shoes."
The movie "Fifty Shades of Grey" had most women and more than a few men talking earlier this year.
The Mississippi State communication department's theatrical program this week presents a unique production limited to only 120 patrons per show.
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.
Remember the warm spinach salad? That hot bacon dressing, crumbles of blue cheese, crunchy nuts and those canned orange slices, all mounded over a bed of slightly wilted spinach?
When shopping for asparagus, people often focus on the wrong thing -- how thick the stalks are. They think thinner is better.
Animal lovers from far and near converged on the Mississippi State University College of Veterinary Medicine campus April 10-11 for the "Wizard of Pawz There's No Place Like Home" open house.
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.