Live music will soon echo from the banks of the Columbus Riverwalk.
A free Sunday at the Bluff program June 7 at the Plymouth Bluff Center will feature Dr. Evan Peacock, professor in Mississippi State University's Department of Anthropology and Middle Eastern Culture.
The Rebecca's Rooms' mission is to provide disabled children with newly remodeled and decorated rooms customized to their particular needs and personalities.
It's so hot that my hydrangeas are fainting, and it's hardly even summer yet.
The Mississippi State Trial Gardens will present a "Growing Orchids" workshop on Tuesday, June 9.
Well-known Mississippi television personality Walt Grayson will be the keynote speaker Saturday, June 13 for Mississippi State's second E.O. Templeton Jr. History and Genealogy Fair.
Foxglove can create a dramatic effect with its tall spires of flowers but is an underused plant in Mississippi, especially in the southern counties.
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?