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Equine program offers therapy for 'heroes'

Posted 2/2/2013 in Community

Registration is under way for veterans seeking non-traditional animal-assisted activities to address physical or mental challenges as a result of military service.

 

A revered historian ­-- the 'cheerful assassin' -- inspires a surprise tribute by protégés

Posted 2/2/2013 in Community

Some of John Marszalek's friends are pretty good at keeping a secret. The distinguished scholar's wife, Jeanne, was even in on it. For three years or more, unbeknownst to the Mississippi State Giles Distinguished Professor Emeritus, a network of his former doctoral students worked on a tribute to the mentor who had so stirred their passion for studying the Civil War era and its influence on shaping America.

Meridian's Peavey honored with Walk of Fame star

Posted 2/1/2013 in Entertainment

Mississippi Arts and Entertainment Center (MAEC) honored Hartley Peavey -- founder and CEO of Peavey Electronics -- with a bronze star added to the Walk of Fame Jan. 17 at Dumont Plaza in historic downtown Meridian.

Church social means fun and fellowship ... and soup, lots of soup

Posted 1/30/2013 in Food

There was plenty of m'm, m'm good to go around Friday evening when Shaeffer's Chapel United Methodist Church in western Lowndes County held its annual soup supper. Tables laden with crockpots of aromatic soups, plates of crisp cornbreads, salads, French bread, sandwiches and luscious desserts drew the church family and guests in from the cold for a night of warm fellowship and great food.

 

A few things about that $7 cuppa joe

Posted 1/30/2013 in Food

Still think a $5 latte at Starbucks is over the top? Hold on, because now there's an even pricier cuppa Joe to get buzzed about.

 

 

Healthier take on Super Bowl grub: Buffalo tenders

Posted 1/30/2013 in Food

 

 

MUW International Series to focus on Nepal

Posted 1/28/2013 in Entertainment

When Sister Clarice Carroll retired as professor of obstetrics-gynecology at the University of Mississippi Medical Center in 2010, she headed to Haiti, arriving just weeks after the earthquake that devastated the country to begin her work as a nurse midwife in Gros-Morne, a city north of Port-au-Prince where many earthquake victims migrated.

 

'Shakespeare: From Page to Stage' -- to art

Posted 1/26/2013 in Entertainment

To quote William Shakespeare in his work "Midsummer Nights Dream," "The object of Art is to give life a shape." Little did Shakespeare know that 400 years after writing this line his life would inspire high school students in Starkville to give shape to works of art.

Bridal styles go back in time for inspiration

Posted 1/26/2013 in Entertainment

Bridal fashions are breaking free of the decade-long fascination with strapless gowns and offering a new take on classic, romantic dresses.

 

Out and About for the week of January 27, 2013

Posted 1/26/2013 in Entertainment

The Golden Triangle is within easy traveling distance of some of the best entertainment in the South. Support arts and entertainment at home, and when you're on the road, these might pique your interest.

 

 

Being beautiful: The bang heard 'round the world

Posted 1/26/2013 in Columns

Back when I was barely big enough to reach Mama's ceramic mushroom cookie jar, and only then by standing on the tips of my toes, I sported the most hideous bangs known to man. No chocolate chip cookie could ease that kind of pain.

 

Southern Gardening: Loropetalums helps anchor landscapes

Posted 1/26/2013 in Columns

Much of the state got a dose of winter weather last week. Seeing pictures of gardens and landscapes farther north covered in a blanket of snow made me thankful for living on the coast. Having lived in colder climates, I had enough of snow before coming to Mississippi.

 

Columbus library receives NEH grant for resources on Muslims

Posted 1/26/2013 in Community

The National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) has announced that the Columbus-Lowndes Public Library is one of 842 libraries nationwide, and one of only three chosen in the state of Mississippi, to be awarded the Muslim Journeys Bookshelf, a collection of books, films and other resources that will introduce the American public to the complex history and culture of Muslims in the United States and around the world.

 

2013 state theater champs announced

Posted 1/26/2013 in Community

The Mississippi Theatre Association held its 2013 Theatre Festival in Columbus Jan. 17-20 at Mississippi University for Women. This year's festival saw an increase in the number of attendees, maxing out at over 660 people representing six community theaters and 15 high schools. Theaters from Hattiesburg, Picayune, Tupelo and Meridian were awarded top honors in the community theater and secondary divisions.

Formal inaugural ceremony for MUW president set for Feb. 15

Posted 1/26/2013 in Community

On Friday, Feb. 15, Dr. James B. Borsig will be installed as the 14th president of Mississippi University for Women in the university's almost 130-year-old history. The formal inaugural ceremony will be held in Rent Auditorium, Whitfield Hall, at 10 a.m.

Valentine fundraiser to benefit S.D. Lee Foundation

Posted 1/26/2013 in Community

The Stephen D. Lee Foundation will celebrate its third annual Valentine's Day Party on Feb. 14 from 7:30-10 p.m. at Errolton, the antebellum home of Gaines and Keith Gaskin in Columbus. The fundraiser will benefit the S.D. Lee Home and Museum.

Have vets, will travel: MSU's rolling clinics train students and save lives, one dog and cat at a time

Posted 1/26/2013 in Community

"This is an American bitsa -- a bitsa this, a bitsa that," smiled Dr. Phil Bushby, giving a playful scratch to a small black and white pooch he carried out of the mobile veterinary clinic that is his office most days of the week. If dogs can smile, this one did. The mixed breed puppy was one of 23 canines and cats spayed or neutered Wednesday at the Columbus-Lowndes Humane Society, increasing their chances of being adopted and living out their lives in what shelter director Karen Johnwick calls their "forever homes."

Starkville's Melby sisters launch new chapter as duo HanaLena

Posted 1/24/2013 in Entertainment

Hannah and Caroline Melby cut their musical teeth on stages throughout the Golden Triangle, honing their old-time, folk and bluegrass chops on fiddle and mandolin in front of neighbors -- the same neighbors who wished them well when the siblings moved to Nashville, Tenn., after their band, Nash Street, won the 2008 Colgate Country Showdown in the famed Ryman Auditorium.

Taste, texture and nutrition in tiny packages add crunchy kick to recipes

Posted 1/23/2013 in Food

Have you ever felt like just going nuts? (Not the zany kind of nuts, but the culinary kind.) With all the delicious walnuts, almonds, pecans, peanuts and what not out there, it's no wonder. Each variety has its own distinct flavor, texture and aroma that can enhance dishes from entrées to desserts. Many qualify as healthy snacks on their own. Even the Mayo Clinic website tells us most types of nuts are miniature packages of nutrition.

 

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