Henry David Thoreau may well have planted seeds for the modern tiny house movement when he went "to the woods" to live "deliberately."
What do The Temptations, Gladys Knight and a host of others who made the "Motown Sound" a cultural force have to do with Christmas? Plenty for youth at the Boys and Girls Club of the Golden Triangle.
Motorists along Military Road in Columbus near The Shops at Brickerton may have noticed a few additions in recent days.
Lessons in gratitude begin early.
Santa is taking a train ride in advance of his big engagement later in December.
Sugar and spice and plenty of things nice were in abundance at a Holiday Cakes cooking class offered to the community by the Culinary Arts Institute at Mississippi University for Women Saturday, Nov. 12.
Brad Smith has authored more than a few chapters in his 48 years.
A fall fundraising campaign underway by My Book of Lowndes County is key to continuing the work of the nonprofit organization based in Columbus.
An official tree lighting Monday, Nov. 28 will begin the countdown to Christmas in downtown Columbus.
A recent Celebration of Life provided a meaningful way for families to remember lost loved ones.
Just as families look forward to Thanksgiving, hosts look forward to the yearly Country Store Bake Sale that will help round out those Thanksgiving feasts with homemade cakes, pies, cheese straws, rolls, breads, candies, cookies, jellies and more.
Tossing, turning, punching the pillow. Hands on the clock tick inexorably onward, but sleep will not come; the mind refuses to shut down.
Golden Triangle floral design enthusiasts and holiday hostesses will have an opportunity Sunday, Nov. 20 to watch and learn from internationally-known designer Ralph Null -- and take home decor for Thanksgiving and Christmas.
For a second year, the Mississippi Chapter 33 of the Veterans of the Battle of the Bulge are raising funds to provide scholarships to other veterans' descendants.
It seems that autumn has finally found Mississippi.
None other than President William Howard Taft will make an appearance on the Ghosts and Legends Tour in Columbus Friday and Saturday, Nov. 11-12.
Call him a political junkie, if you will, but Sidney Runnels of Columbus is hooked on campaign collectibles -- those promotional buttons, ribbons, posters, mugs, golf balls, ties and Billy Beer that document, in their own way, the development of the United States as a democracy.
An annual autumn landmark event returns to downtown Columbus Thursday through Saturday, Nov. 3-5, but with a slight retooling.
Brien Henry couldn't believe his luck when he came across an unusual offering on Craigslist.
The first weekend of November will herald the kickoff of the holiday season in downtown Columbus as businesses host the annual Downtown Christmas Open House Friday through Sunday, Nov. 4-6.
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