World-renowned ragtime musicians again will deliver spectacular rhythms and showmanship during Mississippi State's seventh annual Charles Templeton Ragtime Jazz Festival.
For years Bruce West turned his insightful eye and powerful lens on rural Mississippi. The result is a candid collective snapshot of some of the people and settings that make the Magnolia State unique.
James Bullard, president and chief executive officer of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, will be a special guest Feb. 14 at a campus forum organized by Mississippi State's College of Business.
With a wide range of venue types, Mississippi couples can tie the knot in the setting of their dreams.
You may think you are seeing double when Friends of the Columbus-Lowndes Public Library kick off February's Table Talk with the book, "Y'all Twins?" Mississippi authors Katherine and Margaret King will share tales from their first book on Wednesday, Feb. 6, in the second floor meeting room of the public library located at 314 Seventh St. N, in Columbus.
Mississippi Arts and Entertainment Center (MAEC) honored Hartley Peavey -- founder and CEO of Peavey Electronics -- with a bronze star added to the Walk of Fame Jan. 17 at Dumont Plaza in historic downtown Meridian.
When Sister Clarice Carroll retired as professor of obstetrics-gynecology at the University of Mississippi Medical Center in 2010, she headed to Haiti, arriving just weeks after the earthquake that devastated the country to begin her work as a nurse midwife in Gros-Morne, a city north of Port-au-Prince where many earthquake victims migrated.
To quote William Shakespeare in his work "Midsummer Nights Dream," "The object of Art is to give life a shape." Little did Shakespeare know that 400 years after writing this line his life would inspire high school students in Starkville to give shape to works of art.
Bridal fashions are breaking free of the decade-long fascination with strapless gowns and offering a new take on classic, romantic dresses.
The Golden Triangle is within easy traveling distance of some of the best entertainment in the South. Support arts and entertainment at home, and when you're on the road, these might pique your interest.
Hannah and Caroline Melby cut their musical teeth on stages throughout the Golden Triangle, honing their old-time, folk and bluegrass chops on fiddle and mandolin in front of neighbors -- the same neighbors who wished them well when the siblings moved to Nashville, Tenn., after their band, Nash Street, won the 2008 Colgate Country Showdown in the famed Ryman Auditorium.
Entrepreneurs will hear from one of the top economic development officials in the state at the All Things Money Conference set for Wednesday, Jan. 30. The program will be held at East Mississippi Community College's Douglas Building Lyceum from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Genealogist and author Thomas Locke Mayfield will give a book talk on his newest book, "Whispers from Columbus Past: Stories from the Past that You Should Know" on Monday, Jan. 28, at the Columbus-Lowndes Public Library from 2-3 p.m.
Technology offers ways to improve wedding experiences for guests and connect friends and family who could not attend.
On Thursday, the Mississippi Film Office celebrated its 40th anniversary with a special birthday cake celebration in the rotunda of the Mississippi State Capitol. Gov. Phil Bryant signed a proclamation declaring Jan. 17 as "Mississippi Film Day." The state boasts one of the five oldest film commissions in the world.