Soprano Cherry Dunn, assistant professor of music at Mississippi University for Women, will present a faculty voice recital, Tuesday, April 2 at 7:30 p.m. in the Connie Sills Kossen Auditorium of Poindexter Hall.
Ham and Easter seem to go together like bread and butter. Across the country, juicy hams will be the centerpiece of many a menu Sunday, as families gather for fellowship and feasting. Cooking your own ham may seem like a colossal chore, but it's probably easier than you think, and picking up a store-bought ham that's been partially or fully cooked is a great short-cut.
How do you make pound cake even more buttery and delicious? Easy! Pan-sear slices of it with butter and sugar.
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.
Mississippi State will welcome former U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice to campus March 26 to take part in the university's Global Lecture Series.
As a little girl, Gaines Gaskin twirled in front of mirrors in her hoop skirts and Pilgrimage finery before running lightly down the stairs of her family's antebellum home, Errolton, to welcome visitors. She and her mother, the late Chebie Gaines Bateman, were among dozens of hostesses throughout Columbus sharing some of the South's most beautiful architectural gems -- and interesting stories.
Roiling tensions on stage more than equal the churning Mississippi River that threatens to flood a decaying farm house and the three conflicted souls inside in Tennessee Williams' "Kingdom of Earth." The two-act play, once titled "The Seven Descents of Myrtle," will be presented in downtown Columbus April 1-13 by the Tennessee Williams Tribute committee.
The Columbus Arts Council will host roots rock duo Cary Hudson and Laurie Stirratt as they take an acoustic side trip from the their Blue Mountain band for a special night in the intimate Omnova Theater at the Rosenzweig Arts Center at 501 Main St. in downtown Friday, March 29.
My little world has been filled with glitches lately. This may be because the planet Mercury has been retrograde for several weeks. Mercury rules travel and communication, and can wreak havoc with our driving, speaking, writing and a myriad of like things.
She loves all shades of blue, quiet times with an English novel, and family holidays.
Every spring the home gardener is bombarded with new and improved petunias for the garden and landscape, making it hard to decide which to bring home from the garden center. In my opinion, you simply can't go wrong selecting any of the Supertunias.
Jazz compositions by Mississippi University for Women professor Richard Montalto will be the centerpiece of a Tuesday concert at the university.
More than 1 billion. That's the number of Peeps the Pennsylvania-based Just Born Inc. candy manufacturer will hatch this Easter season. The trademark candy -- those nostalgic, nigh-indestructible, spongy chicks and bunnies of our youth -- marks its 60th anniversary this year and celebrates its versatility.
When it comes to matzo, Chicago chef Laura Frankel says hers is a love-hate relationship.
This is not "Survivor" or "Amazing Race," but there are alliances involved and teams working to complete challenges before the clock runs out. On Saturday, March 23, the LINK'd Young Professionals hope to recruit a few hundred volunteers willing to clean, paint and landscape Columbus during Clean Sweep 2013, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
3. Black Prairie Blues Festival rocks for 21st year ENTERTAINMENT
5. Community Calendar for the week of August 28, 2016 ENTERTAINMENT