A new CD by Dr. Julia Mortyakova, chair of the Department of Music at Mississippi University for Women, celebrates some famous women composers who have influenced the pianist.
The Columbus Arts Council invites area artists to submit digital images of their work for possible inclusion in a 2017 calendar.
Columbus novelist Michael Farris Smith has been awarded the literary arts fellowship for fiction by the Mississippi Arts Commission (MAC).
Truly, our world is a vastly different one as compared to the world our parents and grandparents knew.
The town of Crawford in southwest Lowndes County celebrated the long-awaited completion of a community pavilion July 7.
Gardeners are always looking for landscape plants that provide interest, and they primarily concentrate on the colorful flowers. But in my experience, even the most floriferous garden plant will need some help to maintain garden beauty.
As a Starkville school makes plans for future growth, concept designs by Mississippi State landscape architecture students are yielding a variety of options to consider.
Visitors to the Hitching Lot Farmers' Market on Saturdays this summer may have noticed a new feature near the welcome table.
This past June, through the first week of July, was the busiest I've had in decades.
It all started with the kale chip.
If it's already time to start gearing up for school -- and if you're open to rethinking the typical lunch box fare, consider losing the sandwich and embracing the stuffed egg.
The upcoming summer Olympics have me dreaming of a bucket-list trip to Brazil, and because my dreams usually feature food, I'm also hankering for some black beans made in my incredibly heavy stone bean pot a dear friend of mine lugged all the way back from his Brazilian vacation years ago.
In the weeks leading up to the Olympics, I always look forward to reading stories about what Olympians eat.
General Mills Inc. is recalling two flavors of Betty Crocker cake mix sold in the U.S. and one flavor sold in Canada because they use flour that was recalled earlier because it could contain E.coli.
Before television annexed the American landscape, many an early-20th century family passed evenings crowded around the home radio set. The "talking telegram" opened windows on a wider world.
Each person's story is a patchwork quilt of memories sewn together by time. If I had a quilt to tell my storied past, what would the squares of fabric reveal?
My friend Dr. Selden Lambert has years of expertise in criminology.