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Make a sweet bread that requires you eat it with your hands

Posted 11/28/2018 in Food

Monkey bread is a knotty-looking loaf of sweet bread made from balls of dough coated with cinnamon, sugar and melted butter.

Make crisp, piping hot tidbits of fried seafood

Posted 11/28/2018 in Food

Mixed fried seafood -- or fritto misto di mare -- can be found throughout Italy; however, the most iconic and evocative incarnation hails from Campania.

'Christmas Belles': Or, what happens when a Christmas program spins hilariously out of control?

Posted 11/24/2018 in Entertainment

Christmas in the fictional town of Fayro, Texas, is unlike Christmas anywhere else in the world -- one can hope. At least that's so when the Futrelle sisters have anything to do with it.

Countdown is on to Columbus' Christmas Parade

Posted 11/24/2018 in Entertainment

"Sounds of the Season" is the theme of the 2018 Columbus Christmas Parade, which will begin making its way through downtown at 7 p.m. Monday, Dec. 3, led by Grand Marshal Col. Samantha Weeks.

Kempker to celebrate book launch at Fant Library Wednesday

Posted 11/24/2018 in Entertainment

An official book launch will celebrate the release of Erin Kempker's first book Wednesday, Nov. 28 at 4:30 p.m. in Fant Memorial Library on the campus of The W.


'Winter Fest at The W' begins Thursday with lighting of the campus

Posted 11/24/2018 in Entertainment

Mississippi University for Women's holiday season titled "Winter Fest at The W" officially kicks off Thursday, Nov. 29, followed by a series of events.



Holiday gifts that keep on giving and living

Posted 11/24/2018 in Entertainment

Make gift giving easy with unique green gifts that provide weeks and in some cases months and years of beauty. Plus, gifting easy-care blooming plants is an experiential gift that's ideal for almost everyone.


In the garden with Felder: Winterizing in the garden

Posted 11/24/2018 in Columns

Is everything in order in your garden? Wait -- my real question is, does your garden look any different this month than last?


Holiday florals, Christmas cactus are Quick Bites topics

Posted 11/24/2018 in Entertainment

Here come the holidays, and two Mississippi State University Extension Service Quick Bites programs in December will focus on making them beautiful with plants and flowers.



Out There for the week of November 25, 2018

Posted 11/24/2018 in Entertainment



Community Calendar for the week of November 25, 2018

Posted 11/24/2018 in Entertainment


MSMS senior is honored in nation's capital for her writing

Posted 11/24/2018 in Community

Mississippi School for Mathematics and Science senior Victoria Gong was honored in Washington, D.C., for her creative writing Nov. 15.

Day after: Save some of that turkey to make 'gobblers' and other good things to eat

Posted 11/21/2018 in Food

Last Friday, while in a conversation about the size of the necessary bird to buy, an acquaintance said to me, "If you don't have leftovers for sandwiches, you really haven't had Thanksgiving turkey."

Make this green bean casserole ahead of the party and relax

Posted 11/21/2018 in Food

Green bean casserole is a holiday staple, so we set out to develop a version that could be assembled in advance to make our holiday cooking easier.

This apple crisp gets an unlikely boost from cranberries

Posted 11/21/2018 in Food

Although it's hard to imagine that apple crisp needs much improvement, we liked the tartness and texture that cranberries added to one of our favorite standard dessert recipes.

Roasting gets Brussels sprouts caramelized on the outside

Posted 11/21/2018 in Food

Roasting is an easy way to produce Brussels sprouts that are caramelized on the outside and tender on the inside.

The secret to this applesauce cake is cider and dried apples

Posted 11/21/2018 in Food

Applesauce cakes don't have a singular definition; they run the gamut from dense, chunky fruitcakes to gummy "health" cakes without much flavor. We wanted a moist and tender cake that actually tasted like apples.

Being thankful

Posted 11/17/2018 in Community

As the end of 2018 hurtles toward us, we pause to be thankful. Whatever our circumstances, something in every life warrants gratitude. We asked some of our neighbors around the Golden Triangle to share a Thanksgiving memory that stands out to them, a memory they are grateful for. Hopefully all of us take time to remember more than a few, not just during this week of Thanksgiving, but all year through.

Catch the spirit at Columbus' Christmas tree lighting

Posted 11/17/2018 in Entertainment

Columbus' community-wide Christmas Tree Lighting Monday, Nov. 26 will welcome Santa, Miz Claus and Santa's elves to a celebration from 5:30-7 p.m. at the east end of the Tombigbee Pedestrian Bridge in downtown Columbus.

Worth the drive: Fayette's 'Christmas at the Park' returns as regional attraction

Posted 11/17/2018 in Entertainment

Don't look now, but dinosaurs have returned to roam in Fayette, Alabama, about 43 miles northeast of Columbus. These dinos, though, are bathed in festive lights and never leave Guthrie Smith Park.


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