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Worth the drive: Tennessee Williams exhibit to open at Meridian's MAX

Posted 1/17/2021 in Entertainment

The MAX is always proud to support Mississippians and the arts, and will do both with a new special exhibition, Tennessee Williams: The Painter and the Playwright, which opens Feb. 6.

 

Quick Bites help make the new year more beautiful and delicious

Posted 12/26/2020 in Entertainment

One way to start off 2021 would be to resolve to take advantage of free Quick Bites video programs offered monthly by the Mississippi State University Extension Service.

 

 

Columbus library begins Winter Reading Challenge

Posted 12/26/2020 in Entertainment

The Columbus-Lowndes Public Library System (CLPLS) will host its first Winter Reading Challenge via its Beanstack reading platform, to be held from Jan. 1, 2021 to March 1, 2021.

 

 

Magnolia Film Fest receives matching grant

Posted 12/19/2020 in Entertainment

The Magnolia Independent Film Festival and the Starkville Area Arts Council have announced a month-long matching grant campaign. The SAAC will match the first $1,000 in individual donations made to The Mag before Dec. 31.

 

 

Community calendar for week of Dec. 20, 2020

Posted 12/19/2020 in Entertainment

 

 

When putting lights up, don't let your guard down

Posted 12/12/2020 in Entertainment

While the pandemic has put a damper on the holiday season, reviving and even expanding the tradition of holiday decorating is a great way to add some cheer and normalcy to otherwise troubled times.

 

 

Community Calendar for the week of December 13, 2020

Posted 12/12/2020 in Entertainment

 

 

SAAC's annual Winter Showcase -- A hybrid show

Posted 12/5/2020 in Entertainment

Starkville Area Arts Council announces the return of its Art in Public Places annual Winter Showcase.

 

Photo: Holly Jolly

Posted 12/5/2020 in Entertainment

Main Street Columbus volunteers got in the holiday spirit as they readied Christmas trees to decorate the corners of Main and Fifth Streets in downtown Columbus. From left are Penny Bowen, Amber Brislin, Brooke Hill, Sally Frost, Morgan Galjour and Laura Catherine Yeatman.

 

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