Call it a laughfest, if you will -- but don't be embarrassed at becoming a bit misty-eyed, either. Emotions are part and parcel of the world of storytelling.
New York Times best-selling author and inspirational speaker Glennon Doyle Melton is coming to the Golden Triangle.
Two area writers are featured in noted national anthologies released this month.
A new children's art festival is coming to Starkville.
Tennessee Williams' name is most often associated with stage classics such as "The Glass Menagerie," "A Streetcar Named Desire" and "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof."
The Friends of the Columbus-Lowndes Public Library and the Tennessee Williams Tribute welcome Dr. Milly S. Barranger, guest speaker at the Sept. 9 Table Talk.
The Starkville-MSU Symphony Orchestra, Mississippi University for Women Department of Music and the Columbus Arts Council presents a String Symposium Friday, Sept. 18 at 7:30 p.m.
Rent Auditorium in Columbus stood cavernous and dark on an August evening, save for a few lights high above its stage. Below them, a cast, director and crew gathered for play rehearsal.
Mississippi State's 2015-16 Lyceum Series begins Sept. 3 with a concert featuring singer-songwriter ZZ Ward. The event also will feature The Young Wild and Marc Scibilia.
The Friends of the Columbus-Lowndes Public Library opens its September Table Talk series Wednesday with a visit by author Carolyn Brown.
West Point's Prairie Arts Festival has come a long way since its debut in 1978.
"Good Luck, Miss Wyckoff," a contemporary version of a novel by Pulitzer Prize and Academy Award winner William Inge, plans to film on location in and around Starkville, said veteran producer Robert Weinbach of Los Angeles.
Live blues return to West Point Friday, Sept. 4 when the Black Prairie Blues Festival begins on the Mary Holmes College campus.
2. Hazard Lecture Series takes a 'Voyage of the Mind' ENTERTAINMENT
3. Welty Writers' Symposium features Crone as keynote ENTERTAINMENT
5. Williams' 'OzLand' picked up for distribution ENTERTAINMENT