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Being beautiful: In memory of frosting caps and Coca-Cola in glass bottles

Posted 9/28/2013 in Columns



Adele Elliott: Love for sale -- cheap

Posted 9/28/2013 in Columns


Parker to visit Table Talk with debut novel

Posted 9/28/2013 in Entertainment

Laurie Parker of Starkville knows a thing or so about books. She's had 13 of them published and has won awards for several. But "The Matchstick Cross" is a new venture for a new audience; it's her first novel


A Stone's throw: Good manners

Posted 9/28/2013 in Columns



Collect your own seeds for next year's planting

Posted 9/28/2013 in Community



Military brief: Williams graduates

Posted 9/28/2013 in Community


Game day: Tailgaters share a few favorite recipes for an easy-going outing

Posted 9/26/2013 in Food

When it comes to tailgates, the SEC has a reputation for doing it right. Whether you're in the Junction, the Grove, USM's District, Alabama's Quad or any other university's tailgating epicenter, it's all about fans, good food, fellowship and tradition.


Tips for keeping tailgate foods safe

Posted 9/25/2013 in Food

A successful tailgate party requires a winning game plan for the food, not just for the football game that follows.



New York seeks to delete phony online reviews

Posted 9/25/2013 in Food



Burger King launching lower-calorie fries

Posted 9/25/2013 in Food



Adele Elliott: Seeing stars

Posted 9/22/2013 in Columns

The nights are becoming a bit cooler now. Draped over our Golden Triangle is a velvet cloak, scattered with crystal stars. The moon has looked especially lovely lately. We are all anxious for autumn, perhaps the most pleasant of seasons.


Boomtown for butterflies: Have you noticed? There's a lot of feasting and fluttering going on in downtown Columbus

Posted 9/22/2013 in Community

If ever there was a case of "build it and they will come," the Lowndes County Master Gardeners found it. What they built is a 4,000-square-foot butterfly garden at the Columbus Riverwalk. And, indeed, the winged insects have come, clad in brilliant coats of autumn amber, ultramarine and buttercup yellow. The pipevine swallowtails, eastern tigers and little skippers, the Gulf fritillaries and monarchs. Cloudless sulphurs, buckeyes, too.


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