Ever since I was a kid, my parents had to bribe me to come inside for dinner. Being outside has always been a constant place for me.
Truth be told, you just can't beat Southern cooking.
Pearl's Southern Cooking, 7066 Hwy. 45 N., is officially open in West Point with soul food specials and Southern delights.
Possum Town Hangout, 1469 Hwy. 69, is slated to open July 1, pending inspection.
The Burning Piano is open for business, at long last.
In October, Ben Sala, along with his sister and brother-in-law, Lisa and Stephen Sims, started renovating the former Catfish and Chords building at 2222 Military Road into a "different kind of bar."
After about a three-month drought, Starkville's movie theater will reopen June 19.
UEC Theatre's general manager Seth Parsley confirmed the theater's reopening and said showtimes and movie lists will be available "as soon as possible."
Jason Roden opened STAGgerIn Sports Bar in the Cotton District on April 1, 2011. No joke.
Nearly a decade later, the sports bar will soon relocate to College View with a few surprises in store for its loyal customer base.
Ruby Tuesday in Starkville has closed permanently.
Though a sign poised in the window announced its "temporary" closure, the restaurant has vacated from the Ruby Tuesday website.
Bring on the gumbo, y'all. Starkville is getting a taste of the Louisiana life with a different kind of sports bar.
We've got another restaurant coming to Columbus.
The former La Fiesta building on Highway 45 is being renovated and preparing for a new Mexican restaurant.
Businesses are moving forward and opening their doors.
With Gov. Tate Reeves reducing restaurant restrictions, we have some hometown eateries opening their dining areas to the public at half capacity over the next week.
The Flexsteel furniture manufacturing facility will permanently close in Starkville as soon as June.
Seemingly out of nowhere, it appears Gondolier in Starkville has closed its doors.
When burgers and beer are involved, the show must always go on.
Starting Monday, there will be a new food truck on the block in Starkville.
Grenada native Hunter Bell is building his roots in Starkville with the incoming Mom and Pop Food Truck and Catering business.
Over the past few weeks, it's evident that businesses have continued to change, and in some cases even close their doors temporarily due to COVID-19. However, there are some area businesses that have seen an influx of customers.
A lot has changed since last week.
One day I was getting ready for the men's SEC basketball tournament and the next I had to figure out when I can drive to the coast to see my parents, or even if I should.
Y'all, the Louisiana Shrimp Shack is coming back to Columbus.
Seemingly overnight, Logan's Roadhouse has closed in Columbus.
Exciting news continues to boom in Starkville. The former Rex Theater on Main Street will have a new "Glo" by the end of this year.
Georgia Blue's Starkville location is set for a March 2 grand opening.
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