Lynne Rosamond carefully unfolds a letter from another century. The handwriting is small and close, the paper fragile with age. Not unexpected in correspondence penned 170 years ago. It is one of several letters from the mid-1800s discovered in family memorabilia at Franklin Square, the circa 1835 home of Lilla Pratt Rosamond until her passing in 2009.
Mississippi's oldest film festival will once again celebrate independent filmmakers with a showcase in the Golden Triangle.
Tickets to an event that typically fills Trotter Convention Center each spring will become available to the public Thursday.
With Cupid due to arrive tomorrow, anyone planning to cook for their sweetheart is fine-tuning the menu. A visit to Mississippi University for Women's Culinary Arts Institute Monday found Chef Mary Helen Hawkins showing students in a Demonstration Techniques class several options, from truffles and quick cookies to savory filet mignon.
For J.C. Long, early tutelage in electronics came as a kid, from his dad. But it was at a military post 6,800 miles away from his Mississippi home years later that he almost stumbled across what he was meant to do in life. It took a while for him to realize it.
A Chicago Wrigley Field adventure, getaways at the beach and lake, elegant feasts, a mint julep tasting and custom-made fire pit are only a few of the items soon up for bid at the 35th annual Columbus Arts Council Gala Saturday, Feb. 23.
Try as I might, I've never come across anyone else who grew up delivering Valentines to special neighbors and friends incognito. I swear, my mother told us this was a thing. And so, in our family, it was.
In western culture, think of drumming and a John Bonham, Dave Grohl or even Buddy Rich may come to mind. But imagine a culture where entertainment isn't the purpose, where drums hold deeper symbolic and historical meaning.
Rescue 100 is committed to recruiting, training and supporting foster families who can provide loving homes for children in the state foster care system. The faith-based initiative will hold an orientation session Feb. 11 in Columbus at Life Church at 4888 N. Frontage Road.
It's hard to miss that Super Bowl LIII (53) is fast approaching. Perhaps you've noticed a bit of hype, even if only to spot the football-themed paper plates at the big box, or soft drink displays made to look like goal posts. Yes, Sunday is the big day.
A potter with work inspired by the movie "Black Panther"? I was hooked. The press release from Mississippi University for Women about a graduate's current ceramics exhibition made me curious about Stephen Phillips. Photographs of his dynamic work showed vessels of powerful design and high quality. And he was making all this in Crawford?
February will herald a new schedule of free Quick Bites interactive video programs offered by the Mississippi State University Extension Service.
We may not associate cold, wet January with gardens, yet good things are growing. Some of our favorite winter vegetables are surprisingly hardy and cope well with wintry weather with a little care.
Today, she has a hard time believing she fell for it. But four years ago, Julie -- who asked not to use her last name -- accepted an email from her "bank" at face value. It informed the Columbus woman that her account information needed updating.
Light rain fell on a small group of women gathered in Odd Fellows Cemetery in Starkville on the second day of 2019. It didn't dampen their sense of purpose.
Even in the grip of frigid temperatures, Mississippians know spring will eventually begin to tease and tempt.
If reducing carbohydrates in your diet is part of your I'm-gonna-do-it-better-this-year master plan, you're not alone.
When Janet Robertson stands before her New Hope Middle School science students, the class has her full attention. But there are quiet moments, after-hours or during down time, when her mind travels 8,000 miles away.
From blues to soul and rock 'n' roll, Memphis Jones delivers a Memphis-music experience to every audience. Jones' high-energy infotainment is a weekly fixture at B.B. King's Blues Club on world-famous Beale Street.
Columbus-Lowndes Public Library System is among 12 library systems in the state recently named as Mississippi Library Stars for Fiscal Year 2017.
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