On your mark, get set, go! Gardeners prepare to learn and expand your knowledge and make new friends. And by way of clarification, the classes for Master Gardener training begin Feb. 20 statewide.
The Columbus-Lowndes Public Library's Local History Department (LHD) has processed the records of the Woodlawn Cumberland Presbyterian Church covering the 1860s up to 1990.
With Cupid's big day just a week away, givers, receivers and lovesick shoppers are making their plans. So are bakers, restaurateurs and florists who are preparing for the rush.
When it comes to making beef stews, the French are clear winners.
If you want to wow your gang during an Oscar viewing party, game day, or a movie-watching or Netflix-binging session, mini pizzas are a great way to go.
They say that everyone complains about the weather -- winter especially -- but no one ever does anything about it. Well, here's something you can do that will make you feel much better.
Jane Hodges Crater is vivacious, determined, energetic, and sometimes, appalled. Appalled that more than 30 million adults in the United States can't read, according to the U.S. Department of Education and the National Institute of Literacy. It's a fact the retired educator has spent decades of her life trying to change.
Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Alysia Burton Steele, author of "Delta Jewels: In Search of my Grandmother's Wisdom" (Center Street, 2015), will be the next writer featured in Mississippi University for Women's "Meet the Author" series.
Imagine Pablo Picasso and Albert Einstein together in a bar in Montmartre, Paris, in 1904.
Marvelous masks are in fashion for the Columbus Arts Council's 34th annual gala and auction at Trotter Convention Center Friday, Feb. 16.
Vibrant, passionate dancing imbued with the experiences of African-American women will reach out from the stage of the MSU Riley Center in Meridian as Urban Bush Women perform on Tuesday, March 6 at 7:30 p.m.
I wish we could go back to the moments in life that seem to stand still in our minds. Like Cher says, "If I could turn back time ... "
On Monday, Dr. Jill Hamilton Clements, assistant professor of English at The University of Alabama, Birmingham, will be on Mississippi University for Women campus as part of the Medieval and Renaissance Studies Speaker Series.
A "living historian," Ulysses S. Grant impersonator and educational consultant will lead the inaugural Dr. Michael B. Ballard Lecture on Tuesday, Feb. 6 at Mississippi State University.
Last week, I focused on the 2018 Mississippi Medallion Winner fancy leaf kale. This week, let's look at a second 2018 winner: lemongrass.
1. Music by Women Festival to begin Thursday at The W ENTERTAINMENT
3. A real 'Night at the Museum' COMMUNITY