The Mississippi State University Extension Service ushers in 2019 with three Quick Bites programs in January.
From rare rocks and antique clocks to self-playing instruments and eye-opening insects, Mississippi State's museums and galleries have something for everyone.
All of us are vulnerable to fraud. But the ways some older people use technology can put them at higher risk.
Do you end up being disappointed when your home is a mess and looks like a bomb blew up?
Buying all those gifts for everyone on your list can get expensive and overwhelming. How much do you spend? Do you have to buy for absolutely everyone? Is it alright to re-gift? What if you don't know what to get them?
Rainwater Observatory in French Camp Mississippi offers a free public program for the holiday season at 7 p.m. Friday, Dec. 14. "The Christmas Star," presented by Rainwater Observatory Director Edwin Faughn, is sponsored by 4-County Electric Power Association.
Downtown Columbus will all but jingle with holiday spirit when the 15th annual Wassail Fest gets underway at 5 p.m. Friday.
Posters are out, soloists confirmed, arrangements made for 150 chairs for choir and orchestra, and movers set to transport the harpsichord graciously loaned by First Baptist Church. James Allen and co-organizers of the annual Columbus Sings 'Messiah' are doing all they can in preparation for two performances Dec. 11 at Annunciation Catholic Church in Columbus.
Each December, for 17 years, First Baptist Church of Columbus has sought to bring something of the wonder of the first Christmas to the Golden Triangle through the recreation of first-century Bethlehem.
December brings with it a flurry of festivities. One of those returning to Starkville is the annual "12 Days of Christmas" through Dec. 15 at Three Generations Tea Room at 217 N. Jackson St.
The Mississippi University for Women Departments of Music and Theatre present "A Holiday Extravaganza -- Winter Celebrations Around the World."
Christmas in the fictional town of Fayro, Texas, is unlike Christmas anywhere else in the world -- one can hope. At least that's so when the Futrelle sisters have anything to do with it.
"Sounds of the Season" is the theme of the 2018 Columbus Christmas Parade, which will begin making its way through downtown at 7 p.m. Monday, Dec. 3, led by Grand Marshal Col. Samantha Weeks.
An official book launch will celebrate the release of Erin Kempker's first book Wednesday, Nov. 28 at 4:30 p.m. in Fant Memorial Library on the campus of The W.
4. Pottery demo at Columbus Library set for Feb. 26 ENTERTAINMENT
5. Magnolia Film Festival returns for 22nd year ENTERTAINMENT