Columbus' annual Art Walk Downtown, set for Thursday from 5:30-7:30 p.m., has again earned recognition as a Top 20 Event in the Southeast by the Southeast Tourism Society.
A mythical Greek king will fulfill a tragic prophecy when the Shackouls Honors College presents "Oedipus," by Sophocles, at 6 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday in the Griffis Hall Courtyard at Mississippi State.
Mississippi State University is hosting the inaugural workshop of the Second World War Research Group-North America featuring award-winning military historian and author Robert Citino as the keynote speaker.
Theatre MSU begins its 2018-2019 season with their annual Theatre for Young Audience production, a stage adaptation of J.R.R. Tolkien's beloved novel "The Hobbit."
Alternative rock/power pop titans The All-American Rejects are headlining Mississippi State University's 19th annual Bulldog Bash on Friday, Sept. 28 in downtown Starkville.
The Mississippi Writers Trail begins with the dedication of the inaugural marker honoring Eudora Welty outside her former home in Jackson Monday.
Gamers and the general public are invited to attend a Local Area Network, or LAN, party Friday, Sept. 21, from 6 p.m. to midnight in the Lyceum Auditorium on East Mississippi Community College's Golden Triangle campus.
On Thursday, Sept. 13, as part of Mississippi University for Women's fall Forum Series hosted by the Gordy Honors College, filmmaker Liza Slutskaya will screen and discuss her film "A Disrupted System: Alabama's Disappearing Barrier Island."
The University of Mississippi Department of Theatre and Film is debuting a new way for university community and high school students to get involved in filmmaking.
Rainwater Observatory in French Camp will offer a free public program called "Exploring Fall Skies."
From aprons, dresses, jackets and jumpsuits to pants, shawls, shirts and shorts, items in Mississippi State's Myrna Colley-Lee Costume Collection put the fun in fashion.
Tennessee Williams, Tallulah Bankhead and Truman Capote -- the 17th annual Tennessee Williams Tribute Sept. 7-9 will "unite" all three.
An innovative science for training dogs to detect body-worn explosives in moving crowds is the topic of the first Hazard Lecture Series of 2018.
Opening Sunday, Sept. 9 in West Point's Louise Campbell Center for the Arts is a new exhibit featuring Columbus artists Kay Calaway, Elayne Goodman and Judy Howle.
1. Being thankful COMMUNITY
2. Catch the spirit at Columbus' Christmas tree lighting ENTERTAINMENT