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Adele Elliott: Present tense

Posted 7/10/2010 in Columns

Strangely, my personal time gives the illusion that it is expanding. Unfortunately, I am not using this gift in a constructive way.

 

 

Deadline nears for Cotton District poster contest

Posted 7/10/2010 in Entertainment

The deadline to turn in submissions for the 2011 Cotton District Arts Festival Poster Competition is fast approaching.

 

 

Columbus library to host exhibit of Welty photos

Posted 7/10/2010 in Entertainment

"Welty," an exhibit featuring photographs by Eudora Welty, opens Monday at the Columbus-Lowndes Public Library at 314 Seventh St. N. It will be up through Aug. 30.

 

 

Pam Tebow, mom of Heisman winner, to appear in Starkville

Posted 7/10/2010 in Entertainment

Life Choices Pregnancy Care Center has announced that Pam Tebow, mother of Heisman Trophy winner and Denver Broncos draft pick Tim Tebow, will be the keynote speaker at a fundraising banquet Sept. 16 in Starkville.

 

 

Ask Rufus: Connecting art and local history

Posted 7/10/2010 in Columns

It is amazing how people and places are so interconnected. Recently I was discussing Salvator Rosa, a father of the romantic and picturesque art movement, with a friend. A few days later the subject of early French exploration of the Tombigbee River Valley arose.

 

 

Shannon Bardwell: Photograph phobia

Posted 7/10/2010 in Columns

I think the last time I took a cute picture I was wishing for my two front teeth.

 

 

Shelton receives Arts Commission fellowship

Posted 7/7/2010 in Entertainment

Big Joe Shelton of Columbus has been awarded a $4,400 Fellowship grant from the Mississippi Arts Commission.

 

 

Annual Faulkner conference set for July 18-22

Posted 7/4/2010 in Entertainment

Several William Faulkner novels and short stories were made into poignant feature films, but, unknown to many, the Nobel Prize-winning author also wrote screenplays for Hollywood.

 

 

Tennessee Williams Tribute will include 'Stella Shouting Contest'

Posted 7/4/2010 in Entertainment

A bit of New Orleans will arrive in Columbus Sept. 10, when the Tennessee Williams Tribute welcomes a Stella Shouting Contest as part of its week-long festivities in the city of the playwright and poet's birth in 1911.

 

 

Adele Elliott: Lukewarm war

Posted 7/4/2010 in Columns

Every decade has its iconic images. When thinking of the 1920s, flappers come to mind. The '30s evoke long, gloomy lines snaking out of soup kitchens. Each period has a descriptive name, as well: "The Roaring Twenties" or "The Depression."

 

Small hands have big hearts for local servicemen

Posted 7/4/2010 in Entertainment

Children attending Vacation Bible School at the Piney Grove United Methodist Church in Steens June 21-25 learned an important lesson the surest way -- by doing.

 

Shannon Bardwell: "How does your garden grow ... "

Posted 7/4/2010 in Columns

The square foot garden is coming along fine. I ate the five strawberries, 15 beans and one squash produced thus far; Sam said he'd stick with Cheerios. Something got to the lettuce before I did, but if zinnias and leafy cosmos were edible the Bardwells would have a cornucopia accented with one humongous sunflower.

 

 

Bob Raymond: In town and out

Posted 7/4/2010 in Columns

 

 

David Creel: Paint the town red

Posted 7/4/2010 in Columns

Mrs. Crisler said it best when I complimented her on her bright red trench coat: "Honey, the older the barn, the brighter the paint!"

 

The wonderful world of ... Andy Harkness

Posted 7/4/2010 in Entertainment

When Andy Harkness was bagging groceries on the night shift at Starkville's Sack and Save 18 years ago, he had no idea his future was about to become so ... well, animated.

Show your colors this Fourth of July

Posted 6/30/2010 in Food

Whether celebrating Independence Day weekend with a host of friends or a small gathering of family, add a flourish by showing your colors. Red, white and blue strawberry appetizers or a patriotic potato salad will have the crowd talking. Or how about an American flag cake for dessert?

Training ground: MUW Culinary Camp inspires independence in the kitchen

Posted 6/30/2010 in Food

"Beautiful, beautiful!" praised Chef Vicki Leach, checking Britton Walker's fried green tomatoes in progress during the fourth and final week of the Culinary Arts Institute's Culinary Camp at Mississippi University for Women. Tantalizing aromas mingled June 22 as 18 campers at cooking stations industriously went about the mouth-watering business of creating everything from Asian peanut salad to risotto.

In spite of a life-changing injury, 'can't' is not in LeAnn Shelton's vocabulary

Posted 6/26/2010 in Entertainment

LeAnn Shelton made up her mind a very long time ago it's better to laugh than cry about what can't be changed. And please don't tell her there's anything she can't do. The 28-year-old Reform, Ala., woman has been proving that wrong since losing her left arm in a riding mower accident when she was 4 years old.

 

Bob Raymond: Firsthand look at Orange Beach

Posted 6/26/2010 in Columns

Cathy Pilkinton recently returned from a great week at Orange Beach. After hearing lots of reports about the condition of the beach from friends and on Facebook, Cathy and three of her friends decided to do what they could to support the local economy there.

 

 

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