"No one told me I couldn't do it," said Brent Funderburk. And so, he did. Funderburk began decades ago honing his unique style of painting with watercolors, of interpreting with intensity, of teaching with passion. For 36 years at Mississippi State University, he inspired next generations of artists, gathering academic, teaching and research honors along the way.
Passport to Wellness will offer an evening of relaxation on the river with the fifth annual Barefoot on the Bridge yoga event Tuesday, Oct. 15 at 6 p.m. at the Columbus Riverwalk.
An acclaimed jazz ensemble will take the stage for the second performance in Mississippi State's Lyceum Series.
Who needs tropical hibiscus, when we have so many easier and sometimes edible relatives for our gardens?
The Mississippi Chapter of the Veterans of the Battle of the Bulge will hold an annual fall gathering at Lake Tiak-O'Khata in Louisville.
One of my favorite flowering landscape and garden plants has to be hibiscus, but hibiscus doesn't refer to only one plant.
The publishers and editors of ConventionSouth, the national multimedia resource for planning events in the South, have presented Columbus Convention & Visitors Bureau with a 2019 Readers' Choice Award.
While the primary focus of the Culinary Arts Institute (CAI) at Mississippi University for Women is to inspire and train the next generation of chefs, strengthening the university-community connection is another aim.
Don't you hate it when you make a dinner that takes a bit of extra effort and your kids beg for the easier, cheaper, and more processed version? That just kills me.
When fall comes around, it brings many iconic flavors, festive traditions and family meals, along with cravings for warm, hearty dishes.
If you need a recipe idea for your ripened bananas, try this Frosted Banana Cake recipe from culinary.net.
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