The Institute for the Humanities kicks off its fall lecture series at Mississippi State on Tuesday with a world-renowned sports economist who has published extensively on Major League Baseball and college athletics.
"Unnatural Response," an exhibition of large-scale contemporary art, opens the academic year at the Mississippi University for Women Galleries.
As sure as Labor Day weekend signals summer's closure, West Point's Prairie Arts Festival opens the fall festival season with a flourish.
Jesse "Guitar" Robinson and Friends, Ghost Town Blues Band plus Big Joe Shelton and the Black Prairie Blues Ambassadors will lead the way in celebrating the blues Friday at the 23rd annual Black Prairie Blues Festival in West Point.
On Thursday, Aug. 30, the Series features dancer and actress Nicole Marquez, who returns to her home state to tell her story of hope and determination.
With the scorch of summer soon -- it is hoped -- to become a memory, September turns thoughts to pigskins and autumn landscapes.
Brand new Mississippi author Molly May will sign copies of her inspirational memoir, "My Crowning Achievement (Beating Cancer)," just ahead of Mississippi State University's home football opener against Stephen F. Austin University.
Students, faculty and the community are invited to interact with an internationally-acclaimed author as part of its Common Reading Initiative (CRI).
The Greater Starkville Development Partnership is getting artsy. The economic development, tourism and community development office will present a Downtown Art Walk from 2-5 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 14.
The Mississippi State University Alumni Association will host alumni and friends prior to every home game during the 2018 football season at the association's tailgate tent presented by Renasant Bank.
The Caledonia Public Library will host a book talk and signing on Wednesday, Aug. 29 from 2-3:30 p.m. in the meeting room of the library.
The Noxubee County Historical Society will host speaker Nick Walters Tuesday, Aug. 21 at a covered dish supper meeting of the Noxubee County Historical Society at the American Legion Hut in Macon.
1. Catch the spirit at Columbus' Christmas tree lighting ENTERTAINMENT
3. Being thankful COMMUNITY