With luck, "April showers" in the Golden Triangle won't equal the deluges -- and mud -- of the past couple of months.
Thank goodness spring has arrived! After what seems to be an eternity, I finally had a chance to do some much-needed work in my landscape and garden.
There are some interesting experiences worth having, but not often. Eating hot peppers and poking myself in the eye come to mind.
University of Alabama researchers are seeking youth participants for a theater-based autism spectrum disorder study cohort to begin in June 2019.
Mississippi libraries are joining libraries of all types April 7-13 in celebrating the many ways libraries build strong communities by providing critical resources, programs and expertise.
Somewhat to my pseudo-horror, I overheard a group of teenage girls in a local restaurant this past week. (I wasn't eavesdropping; it was unavoidable.) Their topic reminded me of all those impending "swimsuit seasons" when I was a teen.
"Ding-dong!" the doorbell jangled cheerily from our back door. I glanced at Zack. "You expecting anybody?" He looked back at me. "Nope. You?"
This bread pudding is earthy, comforting, and perfect for a relaxed brunch at home.
You'd never know that pasta primavera, a pseudo-Italian dish that appears on virtually every chain restaurant menu, actually has roots in French haute cuisine.
Starting salmon with the skin side down in a pan is a neat way to cook fish.
Change tends to come slowly to a venerable 79-year tradition like the Columbus Spring Pilgrimage. But, as with all things, change does come with the passage of time. This year's annual Pilgrimage marks an exit, and an entrance -- a farewell to the tour by one homeowner family, and the beginning of another family's antebellum journey.
Thursday marks the kickoff of the 79th annual Columbus Spring Pilgrimage -- nine days of historic home and garden tours, Tales from the Crypt, Catfish in the Alley, Artisans Alley, a barn quilt trail, carriage rides, garden party, 5K run, food, music and fun.
Mississippi University for Women invites alumni, friends and guests to a weekend filled with entertainment and activities for Homecoming festivities March 28-31.
Fant Memorial Library at Mississippi University for Women will host writer Jaime Harker at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday as it continues its Meet the Author Series.
Tracy Crow doesn't think she is a trail blazer. Instead, the former marine prefers to consider herself a "messenger" who is educating people about the women throughout history who have been pioneers in the military.
Music Maker Productions is presenting the Old Main Music Festival April 5 at the Mississippi State Amphitheater on the university's Starkville campus.
The Opera Production program in Mississippi State's Department of Music is presenting 7:30 p.m. performances of Giacomo Puccini's "Suor Angelica" March 29 and 30 at First United Methodist Church's Connection Center.