Mississippi has produced more than its share of gifts to the world when it comes to music. One of them even earned the title of king. He got things all shook up and died too young, but his legacy thrives, especially in this corner of the Magnolia State.
Angel Gowns of Mississippi is spreading its wings.
Even as families carve jack-o'-lanterns for Halloween, anticipation is building for the Christmas season.
Douglas Holliman has been farming for 44 years, so appreciation and good management of the land is of great importance to him.
Some folks in Vernon, Alabama, still find it hard to fathom that one of the town's native sons is often labeled as "legendary."
Elvis Presley fans and collectors have an unusual opportunity to bid on a link to musical history when 16.5 acres in Tupelo previously owned by Presley family members come up for auction Nov. 11.
Katelyn Lowe may not be old enough to hold a driver's license yet, but she's mature enough to know the value of giving, rather than taking.
What is widely considered the most famous boys' choir in the world will be in the Golden Triangle Friday, Oct. 27.
A three-course dinner, wine tasting, silent auction and a performing arts variety show -- including two previous Magnolia Film Festival-winning films -- are in store for those attending the Starkville Area Arts Council's annual gala Nov. 18.
Two significant female painters from the Magnolia State are the focus of the 26th annual Hazard Lecture Series in Columbus.
Chas Allen might be starting to feel a little like the mythical Jack of fairy tale fame, the lad who grew a legendary beanstalk.
Susan Doty gets up every morning to do battle with breast cancer.
On the eve of Mississippi State University's homecoming, a Citywide Tailgate on Friday, Oct. 20, will serve as a fundraiser for United Way of North Central Mississippi and celebration of the Bulldogs, Starkville community and tailgating tradition.
It may seem a simple thing, a paper clover, but to 4-H members, it means development programs and camps.
A stream of golden honey shimmered as Becki Altman drizzled the sweet topping over buttered Shrewsbury cakes chock-full of dried cranberries and walnuts.
In what has become an annual collaboration, downtown Columbus merchants and area artists team up again Thursday for the Downtown Columbus Art Walk.
Playwrights have been at their craft far longer than most credit.
Driving to my destination, a downtown Columbus restaurant, I had to chuckle as I said out loud to no one, "It was a dark and stormy night."
It has long been a Columbus Arts Council goal to bring the Vienna Boys Choir to the Golden Triangle, and this fall it will finally happen.
Those suffering from substance use disorders -- alcohol and drug addiction -- or individuals with a mental health diagnosis in the Golden Triangle have something Community Counseling Services believes they could add to their "gratitude list" -- access to great behavioral health care through a variety of outlets and resources, said Martha Allen of CCS.
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