Devil's Footprint, Ohio Star, Log Cabin, Carpenter's Wheel -- the patterns date back to the Civil War era.
Around this time of year people begin planning for warmer months ahead and for luscious gardens of tomatoes, squash, peppers, eggplants and numerous other varieties of summer veggies.
Over the steady chatter of the Saturday night crowd, guitar strumming and the low notes of voices emitting from the sound system filled the bar at The Princess Theater last weekend.
A drive through the Mississippi University for Women campus these past several days has had heads turning.
Eating a hearty breakfast Saturday morning with the Wesley Foundation can send helping hands to do mission work, right here in Mississippi.
The Friends of the Columbus-Lowndes Public Library concludes this month's Table Talk series on Wednesday, Feb. 25 with a talk by Starkville native and Mississippi State University graduate Joe Lee.
It's not uncommon to hear about missionaries and medical volunteers in far-flung corners of the world who deal with health crises every day.
Patron tickets to the Junior Auxiliary of Columbus 2015 Charity Ball will be available to the public Thursday, Feb. 19 from 4:30-7 p.m. at the Junior Auxiliary Hut at 1000 Park Circle, adjacent to Lee Park.
Just in time for American Heart Month, the Department of Health and Kinesiology at Mississippi University for Women will raise the community's awareness by hosting its annual health fair Wednesday, Feb. 18.
Friends of Mississippi Libraries Inc. (FML) has two new officers, both from Columbus.
With the mission of making beautiful music for the Starkville-MSU Symphony Association and Golden Triangle communities, "A Magnolia Affair" on Saturday, Feb. 14 features live music, heavy hors d'oeuvres, a silent auction and two raffle drawings.
The campus is quiet on a Tuesday evening, dusk closing in on shadowed sidewalks leading to Painter Hall. Inside the venerable building at Mississippi University for Women, almost nothing stirs, only a lone student putting in work after hours.
Mississippi University for Women's 2015 International Series will focus on Spain, featuring speakers on Spanish language and culture, a flamenco demonstration and workshop, and a lecture-recital on Spanish guitar.
It took a bit of subterfuge, but organizers of the Mississippi Theatre Association's festival in Oxford Jan. 15-18 were able to surprise William "Peppy" Biddy with the organization's highest honor.