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Bob Raymond: Feted by friends

Posted 7/24/2010 in Columns

Dai Waters Wilson and her husband, Tandy, hosted a wonderful dinner party at their home in Cady Hills for Virginia Lloyd Eselin and her husband, Tom. This was after the opening reception of Virginia's inspired art exhibit, "Before and After The Storm," at the Rosenzweig Arts Center in Columbus July 15. Virginia grew up in Columbus but lived on the coast and lost her home and most of her artwork during Hurricane Katrina.

 

 

Adele Elliott: Tours

Posted 7/24/2010 in Columns

Columbus loves to tour. In the spring, we have a world-class Pilgrimage. That, of course, is not enough. We have the Fall Tour of Homes, and a tour of Victorian homes connected with the Tennessee Williams Tribute.

 

 

David Creel: Aren't we all beautiful?

Posted 7/24/2010 in Columns

 

 

Two area singers head to New Orleans auditions

Posted 7/24/2010 in Entertainment

Cideania "Sprite" Wilson of Caledonia and Stephanie Thorn of Starkville are doing something about their dreams to sing. Today, the two Golden Triangle residents are on the road to New Orleans for American Idol auditions bright and early Monday morning at the New Orleans Arena.

 

 

Richardson to present Welty program Tuesday

Posted 7/24/2010 in Entertainment

In celebration of the Eudora Welty photographic exhibit currently open at the Columbus-Lowndes Public Library, Emma Richardson will present "Welty's Schoolteachers: Heroic Portraits" Tuesday, July 27, at 2 p.m. in the Meeting Room of the library at 314 Seventh St. N.

 

 

Anne Freeze: Fried green tomatoes (the food, not the movie)

Posted 7/21/2010 in Columns

Whew, I'm off the road for a while and so glad of it! After four days in Miami and then four in Athens, Ga., two weeks in a row, I'm thankful to wake up at home and have to plan a day here.

 

 

Film festival honors former MSU student

Posted 7/21/2010 in Entertainment

As Adam Kazery's friends and family tried to describe him this week, many didn't know where to start.

 

 

Big names to headline upcoming festivals

Posted 7/20/2010 in Entertainment

Two Columbus festivals are rejoicing this week. The Seventh Avenue Festival was designated as a top festival in the Southeast, and the Sam Hairston Celebration received financial backing for its musical lineup.

 

Grammy Award winner Jason Mraz to headline 2010 Bulldog Bash

Posted 7/17/2010 in Entertainment

Grammy Award-winning artist Jason Mraz, a Virginia native now living in San Diego, will headline the Sept. 24 MSU Bulldog Bash presented by Cellular South.

 

Shannon Bardwell: Red and yellow, black and white

Posted 7/17/2010 in Columns

Sometimes there is a pain in your heart that subsides over time but never ever goes away. On my walk today I was thinking about Nelle Harper Lee, "To Kill a Mockingbird," and her chosen seclusion for the last 50 years.

 

 

MSU send-off parties biggest ever

Posted 7/17/2010 in Entertainment

A record-breaking 58 "send-off" parties will be hosted this month and in August by the Mississippi State University Alumni Association and Office of Admissions and Scholarships, as chapters around the nation welcome incoming students to the 132-year-old land grant institution.

 

 

Brigham to speak at W Lowndes County Alums meeting

Posted 7/17/2010 in Entertainment

The Lowndes County Chapter of Mississippi's First Alumnae Association will host its Annual Business Meeting Thursday, July 22, at the Columbus Country Club. The luncheon will begin with registration at 11:45 a.m. All MUW alums and friends are invited to attend. Officers will be installed to serve for the 2010-11 year.

 

Summer Scholars keep the beat going

Posted 7/17/2010 in Entertainment

Participants at the 2010 Mississippi State University Summer Scholars camps currently in progress have been busy writing and producing an original musical comedy to present to the public.

 

David Creel: Ten beauty commandments

Posted 7/17/2010 in Columns

Granted, I am not Moses, and these are not exactly Biblical commandments, but when it comes to beauty, I can write the book. To follow are a few well-versed commandments that might not be carved into stone, but if followed, they might bless you with a beautiful summer.

 

T. K. Martin Center's special artists 'EXPRESS' themselves

Posted 7/17/2010 in Entertainment

The Starkville Area Arts Council presents an exhibit of artwork from the T. K. Martin Center for Technology and Disability at Mississippi State University through August 31 at the Greater Starkville Development Partnership building, 200 E. Main St., in downtown Starkville. The GSDP is open weekdays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Public invited to Aberdeen open house in HGTV series

Posted 7/17/2010 in Entertainment

Celebrity makeup artist and Aberdeen native Billy Brasfield has been busy making over another of Aberdeen's older homes, this time for an HGTV show to air in January 2011. After weeks of intense work, structurally and design-wise, the home at 208 High St. in Aberdeen will be completely staged and featured in an open house for the public Wednesday from 4-7 p.m.

 

Roger Truesdale: Wednesday afternoon

Posted 7/17/2010 in Columns

In conversation I was surprised to find how little inconvenience was caused by Wednesday afternoon closings for the local buying public. Not that much, to hear them tell it. Folks just did a little better job of planning. It was a way of life.

 

 

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