Theatre MSU is ending its 2018 spring season on a high note by bringing an uproarious farce to the university's McComas Hall mainstage theater.
A mother and daughter who starred on A&E's popular reality television show "Duck Dynasty" will speak Monday, April 16 at Mississippi State.
Distinctive decor, architectural detail, spring blooms, tunes and tempting tastings are in store as the Columbus Girlchoir presents its annual home tour Saturday, April 14 from 10 a.m. until noon.
For the first time, Columbus' annual Art 'n Antiques will be held during the city's Spring Pilgrimage.
A tomato growing seminar at 6 p.m. Tuesday, April 17 will set the stage for not only a robust tomato harvest but also the fourth annual Lowndes County Tomato Battle.
The grandest classical ballet of all, "Swan Lake," will grace the MSU Riley Center on Thursday, April 19, at 7:30 p.m., danced by the all-star Moscow Festival Ballet.
It's like taking a trip around the world without ever buying a plane ticket.
Two Academy Award-nominated films will anchor Mississippi State University's upcoming International Film Festival.
A faculty member in Mississippi State University's Department of English is celebrating the launch of his new mystery novel with a Wednesday public reading.
An art historian known for her exploration of African-American themes will deliver the Diane Legan Howard Art History Lecture at Mississippi University for Women Thursday, April 5.
Starkville native Sarah Neely will present "Time After Time," a fashion show of her original designs, at 6 p.m. Sunday, April 15 at The Storehouse.
Mississippi State researchers are asking for the public's help in evaluating an expanded coastal monitoring system that provides beachgoers with information needed to ensure their planned outings truly are "a day at the beach."
Under the direction of internationally acclaimed soprano Roza Tulyaganova, the Mississippi State University Opera Workshop is hosting two performances of scenes from Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's operas.
Spring has officially arrived and the Mississippi State University Extension Service Quick Bites program of video workshops announces its April offerings.