The holiday season is quickly approaching, and Mississippi University for Women is gearing up for a month-long series of activities titled Winter Fest at The W that begin Monday, Nov. 28.
An official tree lighting Monday, Nov. 28 will begin the countdown to Christmas in downtown Columbus.
Like many other home gardeners in Mississippi, I'm in the full swing of planting cool-season annual color.
"The hills are alive with the sound of music."
As fall quickly winds down, gardening experts urge Mississippians not to throw in the trowel just yet.
A recent Celebration of Life provided a meaningful way for families to remember lost loved ones.
Communities or groups hosting events tied to Mississippi's bicentennial celebration next year can receive a grant worth up to $10,000.
Just as families look forward to Thanksgiving, hosts look forward to the yearly Country Store Bake Sale that will help round out those Thanksgiving feasts with homemade cakes, pies, cheese straws, rolls, breads, candies, cookies, jellies and more.
I am always flattered to have someone tell me that they have read my column or to call me with a question on something.
"Salted" and "caramel" are two words that make many people get misty in the eyes and weak in the knees.
Let's say that this year's Thanksgiving feast is going to be a more intimate affair than the usual cast of thousands, yet you still want turkey. It can be done.
Tossing, turning, punching the pillow. Hands on the clock tick inexorably onward, but sleep will not come; the mind refuses to shut down.
Golden Triangle floral design enthusiasts and holiday hostesses will have an opportunity Sunday, Nov. 20 to watch and learn from internationally-known designer Ralph Null -- and take home decor for Thanksgiving and Christmas.
I tried to go to a football game at Ole Miss recently; and, let me tell you, it ain't what it used to be.
For a second year, the Mississippi Chapter 33 of the Veterans of the Battle of the Bulge are raising funds to provide scholarships to other veterans' descendants.