Author, speaker, recording artist and worship leader Kelly Minter of Nashville, Tenn., will lead a Kelly Minter Women's Conference, "No Other Gods: Confronting Our Modern-Day Idols," at First Baptist Church in Starkville Friday and Saturday, Feb. 21-22.
While American athletes are headed for the winner's podium at the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics, a flowering perennial, a vegetable and a fruit made the podium as 2014 Mississippi Medallion winners. These are going to be some outstanding plants for our Mississippi gardens.
The press must be overwhelmingly happy these days. There is a mountain of bad news.
Some of the sparkle went out of the world this past week with the death of Sylvia Higginbotham.
Women of all ages are falling in love with one of the year's most daring trends: short hair.
Four deserving individuals have been recognized for contributions to their respective career fields and Mississippi University for Women by the MUW Alumni Association.
Have you always wondered if you could grow your own vegetables or learn what plants attract butterflies?
In observance of Black History Month, Theatre MSU will present " ... And the Rain Came to Mayfield" Feb. 27 through March 1.
Patron tickets to the Junior Auxiliary of Columbus 2014 Charity Ball will be available Tuesday, Feb. 18, from 4 to 7 p.m. at the Junior Auxiliary Hut at 1000 Park Circle, next to Lee Park.
Cupid's holiday is all about sweethearts, but that doesn't mean the whole focus has to be exclusively "sweet." Luscious Valentine chocolates have their place, but we can show we care by taking a walk on the savory side, too. OK, so maybe hard-boiled eggs aren't necessarily "savory," but you get the idea.
Passion fruit, chocolate and Champagne. Could there be three ingredients better suited for a holiday built around love?
The trouble with slow cookers is that while they certainly deliver on ease, they sometimes disappoint on flavor. It's the risk you run when you dump a bunch of ingredients in a pot and walk away for much of the day.
Get ready for bacon like you've never eaten, drunk or worn it before. Bacon milkshakes. Chocolate-covered bacon shaped like roses. Bacon-flavored toothpaste, dental floss and lip balm. Bacon bourbon, margaritas, beer and vodka. Bacon ice cream sundaes. A BLT sandwich with a full pound of bacon.
The Stephen D. Lee Foundation will hold its fourth annual Valentine's Day Party on Friday, Feb. 14 from 7:30 until 10 p.m.
Station Manager Steve Ellis remembers that morning 20 years ago. The time was just before 6 a.m., March 21, 1994, and he was about to flip the switch for the first broadcast from WMSV 91.1, a new radio station on the Mississippi State University campus.
Gill Harris and the Big Band Theory will resurrect the lush harmonies of saxes, trombones, trumpets and a rhythm section at Trotter Convention Center in Columbus on Friday, Feb. 21. The sounds that first became so popular in the 1920s and '30s will begin at 7 p.m.
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.