The Friends of the Columbus-Lowndes Public Library welcomes author Jamie Kornegay to Wednesday's Table Talk.
Two upcoming events at Mississippi University for Women will feature ongoing research in the university's preparations to commemorate 50 years of racial integration next year.
Starkville Community Theatre's 38th season opens with the Thomas La Foe-directed production of Lewis Black's "One Slight Hitch" today at 2 p.m. and Sept. 22-26 at 7:30 p.m. at the Playhouse on Main in downtown Starkville.
Mississippi University for Women's Office of Campus Recreation is inviting the community to exercise and party for a good cause Monday, Sept. 21.
One the benefits of being a gardener is that most of the time, I'm paying attention to what's going on in the landscape and beyond. I've found that Mother Nature gives us clues, especially around the seasonal transitions.
The Casano family has seen some changes lately, and they're loving them.
I was back home in Athens, Georgia, this past weekend at my high school reunion, and it was a fun, fun, fun time.
Given how quickly it cooks, fish stands out as the perfect candidate for a weeknight meal, especially in the fall, when the resurgence of school and work can seem like the onset of hurricane season.
I recently had the pleasure of meeting Fred Noe, the seventh-generation master distiller who literally grew up at the Jim Beam distillery in the middle of Kentucky.
Call it a laughfest, if you will -- but don't be embarrassed at becoming a bit misty-eyed, either. Emotions are part and parcel of the world of storytelling.
New York Times best-selling author and inspirational speaker Glennon Doyle Melton is coming to the Golden Triangle.
Two area writers are featured in noted national anthologies released this month.
Easily the most anticipated novel of 2015, Harper Lee's "old-new" novel "Go Set a Watchman" has generated enough hype and controversy to fill more than an afternoon of discussion.
With the largest enrollment in the university's history, a number of major campus construction projects now ongoing, and several major campus roads closed or detoured because of construction, crowds for Mississippi State University home games are expected to produce substantial delays for gameday traffic and parking.
Buns are everywhere. Now before your mind drifts to one of those hot, cinnamon-sprinkled, icing-drizzled delights, just know that I am referring to men's hair buns.
Grandparents provide a loving, low-cost and flexible alternative to center-based child care for many families across Mississippi.
The Japan Outreach Program at Mississippi State again is sponsoring workshops on Japanese culture.
United Way of Clay County will hold its annual Day of Caring and Campaign Kickoff Luncheon Thursday, Sept. 24.