Having reached my present age, I have spent much of my allotted time in hospitals, even working in the laboratory of one for several years.
A new exhibit at Mississippi University for Women, "Star Gazing: Astrophotography and Space Art," features the work of five astrophotographers and one space artist in the Eugenia Summer Gallery in the Art and Design Building.
I always enjoy the shift from summer to fall, but determining when the seasons actually change can be a bit confusing.
Last week I dug way down into an oversized cardboard box marked "fall decor from Mississippi," pulling out glittered pumpkins, ghords and fall leaves clinging to grapevine garlands almost as tightly as I cling to the memories of time gone by.
Mississippi University for Women's Department of Health and Kinesiology will celebrate Women's Health Awareness Week Oct. 4-6 with presentations that empower women to make healthier choices.
Aromas filling Mandy Clark's kitchen Sunday evening were as inviting as any gourmet bakery.
Football fare is nearly irresistible for dogs -- especially when sitting at eye-level on the coffee table -- but even cats can grab a piece of the action, says Greg Wiley of Petplan Pet Insurance of Newtown Square, Pennsylvania.
The ancestor of this recipe was a beloved burger on the menu of a bar where I was a cook back in my college days.
Main Street Columbus and the Columbus Arts Council are finalizing preparations for the fourth annual Art Walk Downtown in Columbus Thursday, Sept. 29 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.
There was a time when the word "drone" had a lot more to do with bees than with multi-rotored flying robots.
Almost three years after casting began for "La Madame," the short film steeped in intrigue and vampires will have its public premiere.
Wednesday's arrival of costumes created some excitement among the cast and crew of "Phaedra" on the Mississippi State campus.
Mississippi State's 2016-17 Lyceum Series opens Sept. 28 with the performance of Zac Harmon, an award-winning guitarist, organist, blues singer and songwriter.
I was that shy, awkward little boy in elementary school who lived for turning ordinary pinecones into colorful turkeys with just the help of Elmer's glue, construction paper and glitter.
September is National Recovery Month and two residential treatment centers in Columbus are partnering for the first time to "bring recovery to light."
Community Counseling Services' Prevention Program will kick off the Prevention Roll Out Campaign Sept. 30-Oct. 1 with inspirational speakers and free family activities.