Two recent Mississippi School for Math and Science graduates will study Russian in the former Soviet Union this summer after winning scholarships sponsored by the U.S. State Department.
As food goes, it's hard to imagine anything more American -- and that more perfectly captures summer -- than a great grilled hamburger.
We're going to come at this one a little backward, and you're going to love us for it.
When Joseph R. Johnson landed on the beaches of Normandy, France, June 6, 1944 -- D Day -- he prayed fervently the blessing his daddy had said for him the day he left the farm at 17 for the Army would kick in.
The Magnolia State and the blues go hand in hand.
The town of Almost, Maine, is so far north, it's almost not in the United States; it's almost in Canada. And it almost doesn't exist because the townsfolk never got around to getting organized. So, it's just ... Almost.
Why does everybody have to be naked these days, well, figuratively speaking?
Many seasoned gardeners, myself included, consider Angelonia one of the best plants for the hot summer garden.
Kelsey Boman of Vernon, Alabama, received the Harvey M. Craft Award at Mississippi University for Women graduation ceremonies.
For Michael Farris Smith, the next novel might start with just a fleeting image.
There are those who speak, look, act, think or communicate differently, but everyone has something valuable to say.
The Mississippi Film Office in Jackson has posted a call for extras for the movie "Precious Cargo."
May is Mental Health Month. In celebration of it, several agencies will partner to host a panel discussion event Thursday, May 28 in Columbus.
A rural tourism workshop on June 1-2 in West Point will focus on technology and offer new ideas for attracting visitors to the state's hidden treasures.
4. Community Calendar for the week of January 21, 2018 ENTERTAINMENT