For a 15th consecutive year, "Columbus Sings 'Messiah'" will bring George Frideric Handel's masterwork to the Golden Triangle.
One of China's longest running and most distinguished circus troupes will be featured Dec. 9 at Mississippi State.
The Columbus-Lowndes Public Library will host an open house for its annual Festival of Trees Thursday, Dec. 10 from 4-6 p.m.
Many Mississippians find it difficult to keep off the pounds during food-oriented holiday celebrations, and hidden calories make this problem even worse.
An invitation for area singers to join a mass choir to perform with Christian music artist David Phelps is still open.
The Starkville-Mississippi State University Symphony Orchestra will present its annual Criss Christmas Concert Tuesday, Dec. 1 in historic Lee Hall's Bettersworth Auditorium on campus.
The spirit of the holidays will come gift-wrapped in "A Christmas Carol, the Musical." A large theatrical cast brings the retelling of Charles Dickens' classic to Columbus Friday and Saturday, Nov. 20-21.
The Mississippi State University Wind Ensemble pays tribute Tuesday, Nov. 17 to those who served in America's armed forces.
The Unified Bulldogs and Unified Rebels square off in the 2015 Unified Egg Bowl for Special Olympics Mississippi Monday, Nov. 16 at 5:30 p.m. at Ole Miss's intramural athletic fields.
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.