The Mississippi Book Festival will hold its second annual "literary lawn party" at the Mississippi State Capitol Building in downtown Jackson Saturday, Aug. 20.
Why do we wrestle with who we are?
In the past, I've expressed my love for chili peppers -- the hotter the better.
The account of a Mississippi State team's discovery of a very-out-of-place freshwater mussel shell currently is being featured in a specialized scientific journal.
It was just about a decade ago that Marjorie and Earl Willis of Flint, Michigan, were vacationing on the east coast. A side trip to Mississippi to visit an acquaintance altered their life plan.
A few weeks ago I bought a case of second tomatoes for $9 at the Jasper, Alabama, farmers' market.
If there's ever a time when you can have too much of a good thing, it might be right now, when fresh summertime herbs are beyond abundant.
School bells silenced by the hot summer of 2016 stirred to life again this past week.
The Golden Triangle is about to be invaded. Nothing to fear, however; the incoming are gathering to celebrate geek culture, gaming and the world of fantasy.
Like other third-graders at Henderson Ward Stewart Elementary School in Starkville, Gabe Valentine has been anticipating the first day of school.
Weigh-ins are done and results for the third annual Lowndes County Tomato Battle are in.
In an effort to enhance fan safety, Mississippi State will implement a new clear bag policy for the 2016 football season at Davis Wade Stadium.
The 1805 Treaty of Mount Dexter was the first land cession or treaty between the Choctaw Nation and the U.S. Government.
Because this is the first week of August, we can rest assured that it's going to be hot in our Mississippi gardens and landscapes.
Joan Crawford, eat your heart out!