Exploring wine is a sensory journey, one made with the eyes, nose and palate. Unlocking its secrets, its varieties, its language, has fascinated enthusiasts through the ages.
What with fall being well under way, we feel it's time to set aside our bags of marshmallows. They were fine for s'mores in summer, but do we really need to disgrace our sweet potatoes with them?
The turkey, the stuffing, the gravy, the mashed potatoes, the sweet potatoes, the bacon-Brussels sprouts medley, the corn, the salad, the cranberry sauce ... A bountiful table, for sure.
Just because the weather has turned crisp, doesn't mean you have to put away your grill.
We've seen them, the scruffy-faced gents who seem to have lost their razors lately. One week into the 11th month of the year, their bristly stubble is beginning to show.
Long tables set up at Columbus' First Baptist Church Wednesday evening were loaded with notebooks, pom poms, hair clips, toothbrushes, small stuffed animals, crayons and combs.
The historic river town of Columbus is home to its share of legends and spirits.
Mississippi University for Women graduating seniors Patti Johnson and Shelby Prestage will display their artwork in the Eugenia Summer Gallery of the MUW Galleries, from through Dec. 11.
Internationally recognized -- and self-taught -- travel photographer Gary Arndt will speak Nov. 18 at Mississippi State.
In its 52nd season, Mississippi State's theater program will present a translation of Euripides' Ancient Greek masterpiece "The Trojan Women" on McComas Hall's main stage.
We all knew it was going to happen sometime.
Like the old song says, it's my party and I'll cry if I want to.
The Junior Auxiliary of Starkville is establishing a $25,000 endowed fund to support Mississippi State's T. K. Martin Center for Technology and Disability.
Some people are all about the stuffing. Some can't do without the mashed potatoes. And the debate over marshmallows with the sweet potatoes can stoke family feuds. But at the end of the day, Thanksgiving is all about the bird.
In my last column I longed for fall and cool weather. Two weeks later I am at the lake, stuck inside because of cool, fall rain for the past two days.
In their natural form, cranberries are quite healthy, full of vitamin C and fiber and packing just 4 grams of sugar per cup.
During fall -- and particularly at Thanksgiving -- we often find ourselves searching for just the perfect side dish.