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."
Beauty and biodiversity can coexist in the landscape, and it is not that hard to accomplish.
When Dixie Butler moved into Temple Heights in the summer of 1969, she had no way of knowing she would spend the next 46 winters and springs preparing the house for visitors to the Columbus Spring Pilgrimage.
Quinoa (KEEN-wah) is probably the world's most popular superfood.
Ahh, spring. We've been teased before, but surely it well and truly arrives on the wings of Easter.
It's just not Easter without some sort of coconut dessert, whether it's a classic Southern coconut cake or a creamy coconut chocolate egg.
A capacity crowd cheered the presentation of the Junior Auxiliary of Columbus 2015 Charity Ball king and queen Saturday evening at Trotter Convention Center.
Seems I recall a saying floating around in the old days: "Never trust anyone over 30," it went.
By now most of the spring breaks are over, and students are looking forward to the end of the school year.
An internationally recognized visual communication authority with more than three decades of professional comic-making experience will speak March 31 at Mississippi State.
The Friends of the Columbus-Lowndes Public Library opens its upcoming Table Talk series with a visit by author Michael Kardos.
Tamara Rutledge, W junior and interdisciplinary major, recently placed third in the Southern Literary Festival competition. Rutledge is a resident of Columbus.
4. Sunday at the Bluff today looks at bioarchaeology ENTERTAINMENT
5. SAAC plans for 'Eye on the Arts' gala ENTERTAINMENT