It's time to party. If there's ever an occasion to pull out your best fiesta-themed menus and props, it's Cinco de Mayo -- the fifth of May.
The artwork of 11 Mississippi University for Women seniors will be displayed through Saturday, May 11 at MUW's Eugenia Summer Gallery in the Art and Design Building on campus.
Five-time Grammy-winner Marty Stuart and fiddler extraordinaire Jim Brock have more in common than their Southern roots.
On Thursday May 2, the Nina and Pinta, replicas of Christopher Columbus' ships, will open in Columbus. The ships will be docked at the Columbus Marina, 295 Marina Drive, until their departure early Tuesday morning May 7.
Has the search for blue flowers left you feeling blue?
One question I am asked most often by women is about stains -- not the red wine stains on your favorite sofa or grass-stained couture from an outdoor picnic, but instead the ones you hope will stick around.
Never having received an accolade myself, I decided the next best thing would be to create one.
Mike and Becky Childs are into recycling. But we're not simply talking plastic bottles or aluminum cans here. The New Hope community couple rescue well-used vintage china and silver plate flatware from obscurity and transform it into jewelry.
Most of the time, Mississippi seems like an island, surrounded by the rest of the states. In many ways, that is a good thing. This state, especially the Golden Triangle area, has less crime than many other places and possesses a wealth of creative talent and natural beauty.
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.
'Tis the season -- the season for taking covers off the grills, for organizing cooking tools, maybe even buying a new chef's apron ... the season for enjoying a deep whiff of an excellent cut of beef sizzling above the heat.
When the film "Legally Blonde" hit theaters around the country in 2001, audiences may not have envisioned it would someday end up on Broadway. But the story of a seemingly ditzy blonde, her sorority sisters, an errant boyfriend and Harvard Law School morphed into a musical that makes its way to the Heritage Academy stage in Columbus April 26-28.