Charles H. "Chip" Templeton Jr. is the new director of the Small Business Development Center at Mississippi State.
Toddlers who like to bite are a common source of concern for parents, but moms and dads can help their children manage this behavior.
Our Olympic attention may be focused on disciplines like track and field, rhythmic gymnastics and basketball (or, in my case, equestrian) for the next several days, but have you paused to wonder how anyone goes about feeding 18,000 athletes, coaches and team staff from more than 200 diverse countries every day during the 2016 Summer Games in Rio de Janeiro?
As the world turns its attention to the host country of the Olympic Games, I'm reminded of a trip I took to Brazil 20 years ago with my friend, chef and cookbook author Christopher Idone.
Green beans can be -- well, I'll say it, boring.
Fabulous Food -- the kind that deserves upper-case F's -- doesn't have to be complicated.
Serving a couple of vegetables every night at dinner is a great strategy for families with picky-eaters.
Vicki Burnett will tell you -- it all really began with bunco.
Trivia, drones and the real housewives meet Jane Austen highlight the Life Enrichment Program's fall courses at Mississippi University for Women.
The Sunday at the Bluff series at Plymouth Bluff Center in Columbus presents Chickasaw Nation tribal archaeologist Dr. Brad Lieb at 2 p.m. today.
Will Kimbrough has a voracious musical appetite.
The Mississippi Book Festival will hold its second annual "literary lawn party" at the Mississippi State Capitol Building in downtown Jackson Saturday, Aug. 20.
Why do we wrestle with who we are?
In the past, I've expressed my love for chili peppers -- the hotter the better.
The account of a Mississippi State team's discovery of a very-out-of-place freshwater mussel shell currently is being featured in a specialized scientific journal.
It was just about a decade ago that Marjorie and Earl Willis of Flint, Michigan, were vacationing on the east coast. A side trip to Mississippi to visit an acquaintance altered their life plan.
A few weeks ago I bought a case of second tomatoes for $9 at the Jasper, Alabama, farmers' market.
2. Local vampire film to debut in Columbus ENTERTAINMENT
3. Art Walk Downtown returns to Columbus Thursday ENTERTAINMENT
4. Community Calendar for the week of September 25, 2016 ENTERTAINMENT
5. Final prep underway for free open-air play at MSU ENTERTAINMENT