While you are nibbling away at the children's Hallowe'en candy, you might want to give a thought to the origin of the holiday, which in many cultures extends to Nov. 1 and 2 as well.
On Thursday, Nov. 5, journalist and film producer/director Ellen Ann Fentress will screen and discuss her documentary "Eyes on Mississippi" as part of the Ina E. Gordy Honors College Forum Series at Mississippi University for Women.
The second Sunday Afternoon in the Gallery event, an interactive program geared toward families with children, will be held Sunday, Nov. 8 in the Department of Art & Design at Mississippi University for Women.
The Starkville-Mississippi State University Symphony Orchestra will present a children's concert Friday, Nov. 6 in historic Lee Hall's Bettersworth Auditorium.
Three more days 'til Halloween and you've put off doing anything creative with those pumpkins you picked up a week or so ago. Sure, you meant to, but the carving, the mess, the clean up ... and besides, it's too late now, right? Of course not.
It's that time of year again, when gaggles of little ghosts, goblins and ghouls expect sweet treats.
Jasper White, one of my favorite Boston-area chefs and an old friend, likes to tell a story about the time Julia Child insisted he make common crackers (the hard round crackers served with chowder in New England) from scratch.
Creamy, comforting, earthy, warming, silky and gorgeous. Butternut squash -- and many other winter squashes -- cozy right up to traditional Indian flavors.
The advent of November in Mississippi heralds a weekend often circled in red by those who appreciate the beauty found in timeless antiques, fine fabrics, enduring jewelry and glorious flowers.
Six Mississippi students will have $1,000 in help with college expenses after receiving a newly minted scholarship.
The Bernard Romans DAR chapter in Columbus is reaching out to descendants of World War I Lowndes County soldiers whose names appear on two plaques previously displayed at Magnolia Bowl in Columbus.
The birds are chirping outside my window. As I lean in to listen, I wonder what they are saying to each other.
Downtown Columbus merchants and Main Street Columbus announce a Downtown Christmas Open House Friday through Sunday, Nov. 6-8.
The weather could not have better for the Fall Flower and Garden Fest in Crystal Springs this year.
As part of the 2015 National NeighborWoods® Month observation, Mississippi State is establishing a Campus Tree Trail to help showcase its vast campus landscaping efforts.
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