What if we all believed that people are good -- what might the world be like?
Two of the South's most respected musical storytellers join forces Thursday at 7:30 p.m. on the Columbus Arts Council's Omnova Theater stage at the Rosenzweig Arts Center. Nashville-based Kate Campbell teams with Delta Music Institute director Tricia Walker for an evening of "music for the soul."
On Thursday, Nov. 16, the Forum Series hosted by the Gordy Honors College at Mississippi University for Women will feature Seetha Srinivasan, director emeritus of the University Press of Mississippi.
"Juxtapose," an exhibition showcasing the artwork of five graduating art majors, will be featured at the Mississippi University for Women Galleries through Nov. 22.
The Mississippi Food Insecurity Project recently launched a new website that can shed light on the factors that lead to food insecurity in Mississippi.
Jerry Franks savors the quiet that surrounds his log cabin in the New Hope community. He shares it with Nancy, his wife of almost 37 years. He's partial to sitting out front, looking toward the pond, watching magnolia trees adapt to the seasons. Life hasn't always been this peaceful.
Five Mississippi State programs this month will honor the service and sacrifice of former and current members of the U.S. military.
Keith Worshaim used to patrol the streets of Columbus as a lieutenant in the city's police department.
Robert Starr, 92, thought he was just going outdoors for family photos while all the "kids" were in town for a visit Oct. 20.
Playground versions of three new drums and a set of chimes will be introduced with a 2 p.m. ribbon cutting Sunday, Nov. 5 at J. L. King Sr. Memorial Park at 400 N. Long St. in Starkville.
The Art in Autumn Auction, a tradition of the Mississippi University for Women Department of Art and Design, will be held on Saturday, Nov. 4.
Angel Gowns of Mississippi is spreading its wings.
Douglas Holliman has been farming for 44 years, so appreciation and good management of the land is of great importance to him.
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.