Rick Burgess' humor and antics are well documented on radio airwaves around the country virtually every day. His Christian faith is equally well-known.
Chris and I have been without a car, on and off, since Thanksgiving. The only reason that we had food in the house (especially pet food), is because of our generous neighbors, Jyl Barefield and Greg Nayden. They chauffeured us to the grocery, to the Miller Marine party, and to the drugstore to pick up my meds.
Recently, I was going through boxes of my mama's old photographs when I found all the valentines she had tucked away from years gone by.
It is a shame that I cannot write about something that I have done before I do it, so that if it is good, I can recommend it to readers. I do not get to go to sneak previews very often, however; I just have to write after the fact.
The Friends of the Columbus-Lowndes Public Library launches its annual Table Talk series on Wednesday, Feb. 12 with a visit by the King twins -- Katherine and Margaret. The sisters entertained audiences last year when they introduced their memoirs, "Y'all Twins?"
Websites and social media are providing couples with creative ideas for reception foods and themes reflecting their personalities and love for friends and family.
Shakespeare's popular tragedy that plums the depths of jealously and rage launches the 2014 spring Lyceum Series at Mississippi State.
The Golden Triangle is within easy traveling distance of some of the best entertainment in the South. Support arts and entertainment at home, and when you're on the road, these might pique your interest. Be aware that some venues add facility/convenience charges to ticket prices.
It's our good luck the wide, wonderful world of food has so many fascinating cuisines to explore. Columbus just got one more. With the official opening of its first Indian menu restaurant Feb. 1, the city moved closer to truly having something for every palate.
A lot of casual party grub generally can often be classified one of two ways -- spicy Tex-Mex or basic comfort.
Why do we never see fresh spring rolls stuffed with chicken?
Why wait for dessert to give your Valentine's Day dinner a sweet touch? We've created a delicious savory dinner that has a sweet side thanks to a touch of honey.
If you've seen the new blockbuster hit movie "Ride Along," then you've seen the work of Columbus native and stuntman Justin Evans. If you haven't yet seen the action flick, you've probably seen other examples of Evans' work without even realizing it.
The Mississippi State University Riley Center in Meridian has released the lineup for its spring and summer Performing Arts Series. The star factor is high.
Jil Chambless and Scooter Muse have a deep-seated affinity for the music of Scotland and Ireland. It is rooted in the rhythms and lyrics that pass down tales of an olden world steeped in legend and lore. And of a new world forged by immigrants and adventurers.
Garden catalogs are arriving in my mailbox at a pace I haven't seen in quite a few years. Every day, a new catalog tries to tempt me to plant the latest and greatest this spring. The parade of polar vortexes with extreme low temperatures is only making matters worse.
It's usually around this time of year that those annoying winter weeds start popping up in our front yards.
There are some things that are universal to the human experience. These events transcend languages, cultures and eras. Almost everyone will feel love, or joy, or pain, in their lifetime. One of the saddest that we encounter is cancer.
Distinguished Concerts International New York City (DCINY) announced Tuesday that director Alisa Toy and the Columbus Choral Society have been invited to participate in the New York premier of John Purifoy's "Chronicles of Blue and Gray" on the DCINY Concert Series in New York City.
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