The play that became Neil Simon's longest-running Broadway hit will be featured March 7 at Mississippi State.
Visit Mississippi has launched a new website, VisitMississippi.org/200, to guide visitors and media through the state's year-long Bicentennial celebration.
A longtime conductor of the Starkville-MSU Symphony will be remembered as the Starkville-MSU Symphony Orchestra takes the Lee Hall stage at Mississippi State University Saturday, Feb. 25.
In celebration of Shakespeare Week at Mississippi State University, the Shackouls Honors College presents "Love-in-Idleness or A Midsummer Night's Subplot" Tuesday and Wednesday at 7 p.m. in Griffis Hall on the MSU campus.
A Sunday at the Bluff program at Plymouth Bluff Center today at 2 p.m. features Renee Clary on "Pioneering Women in the HIS-tory of Geology: More Than Sellers of Seashells by the Seashore."
In celebration of Black History Month, Mississippi State's 48-member Men of State ensemble will present a "Reflect and Rejoice" program Monday at Starkville's First Baptist Church.
Classic Big Band, Latin rhythms, jitterbug, waltz, even some rock. That's what Gill Harris and the Big Band Theory have in store for an 8 p.m. concert and dance Friday, Feb. 10 at Trotter Convention Center in downtown Columbus.
A book launch Tuesday from 5-7 p.m. at the Rosenzweig Arts Center celebrates the release of "Desperation Road," a new novel by Michael Farris Smith of Columbus.
The Columbus Arts Council's 33rd annual gala launches Friday, Feb. 17 with the theme "Art in Space."
Mississippi State's Department of Music will present its 10th annual poetry and song collaboration program Tuesday evening in the Robert and Freda Harrison Auditorium of the university's Giles Architecture Building.
Independent filmmaker Michael Williams of West Point took another fork in the road for his second feature-length film.
Dorothy McClung Lewis is glad to be home, back in Columbus where she grew up.