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Out There for the week of February 5, 2017

Posted 2/4/2017 in Entertainment

 

 

Community Calendar for the week of February 5, 2017

Posted 2/4/2017 in Entertainment

 

Southern Gardening: Gardeners can grow vegetable transplants

Posted 2/4/2017 in Columns

So far, it's been an interesting spring season in January for our gardens.

 

Being Beautiful: Mining for the pots of gold at rainbow's end

Posted 2/4/2017 in Columns

If I had asked my daddy about William Wordsworth, likely he would have said, "Is he from over in Jones County somewhere? I don't believe I know him."

 

Taco soup without the meat? Thoughts from a pescatarian

Posted 2/1/2017 in Food

Pescatarians are those among us who eat fish, but not other meat. It's a practice Devan Torrence of Starkville has followed for almost a decade now, due in large part to a beef and pork allergy.

 

Anne's Kitchen: Outside the box, with Asian flair

Posted 2/1/2017 in Food

Recently I did a cooking demonstration for a local garden club and after that, hosted five friends for a long weekend.

 

Great for big game day, any day: cheesy beer dip with hot pretzels

Posted 2/1/2017 in Food

It is easy enough to put out bag after bag of chips during a Sunday football-watching party, or any other gathering for that matter.

For pizza crust with a big dose of vitamins, try cauliflower

Posted 2/1/2017 in Food

Cauliflower is a wonder-veggie.

Game Day s'mores are a big win for Super Bowl party fare

Posted 2/1/2017 in Food

These sweet treats are a riff on the very popular summer campfire s'mores.

A little magic: A reality show veteran shares skills behind the illusions

Posted 1/28/2017 in Community

Wearing a black "Face Off" T-shirt with "#TeamRJ" across the back, Robert "RJ" Haddy plunged his hands into a bucket Wednesday night, up to his palms in goo that would soon become a head.

Suzuki musicians set sights on Carnegie Hall

Posted 1/28/2017 in Community

When Trudy Gildea was a child of 10, she sat in the audience at New York City's Carnegie Hall, awed by the music of Austrian-born violinist Fritz Kreisler.

Dynamic duo of fine cuisine and art pair for Feb. 12 fundraiser

Posted 1/28/2017 in Community

Two of Mississippi's well-known talents are teaming up to boost awareness and fundraising that helps students in recovery succeed in college.

Community invited to groundbreaking of Fitzner Hall Tuesday

Posted 1/28/2017 in Community

Heritage Academy's Board of Directors, faculty, staff and students will hold a groundbreaking ceremony at 9 a.m. Tuesday to signal the start of construction on Martha Claire Kennedy Fitzner Hall.

Southern Gardening: Saucer magnolia blooms herald arrival of spring

Posted 1/28/2017 in Columns

Saucer magnolias and other flowering, deciduous magnolias start to peek out of their buds every spring, usually in late February or early March. The rush of colorful pinks is always a welcome sight.

 

Being Beautiful: What would Mary Tyler Moore say?

Posted 1/28/2017 in Columns

 

ISA recipient of AKA's Global Impact Award

Posted 1/28/2017 in Community

Mississippi University for Women's International Student Association was the recipient of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority's Global Impact Award.

More than 160 employers coming for MSU spring Career Days

Posted 1/28/2017 in Community

Mississippi State students and alumni will have opportunities Tuesday and Wednesday to share resumes and shake hands with employer representatives from around the country.

 

School news: Bankhead on Dean's List

Posted 1/28/2017 in Community

 

 

School news: Heritage Academy Honor Roll 2nd Nine Weeks

Posted 1/28/2017 in Community

 

 

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