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CAC kicks off Mississippi 200 with Toad's Jonathan Kingham, Claire Holley

Posted 1/7/2017 in Entertainment

A pair of performing songwriters help launch the Columbus Arts Council's Mississippi 200 Thursday.

 

Bill of Rights traveling exhibit comes to Columbus library

Posted 1/7/2017 in Community

The Columbus-Lowndes Public Library is hosting a new pop-up exhibition from the National Archives.

 

 

Sign up now for MUW Culinary Arts Institute community classes

Posted 1/7/2017 in Entertainment

Looking to beef up on prowess in the kitchen? The Culinary Arts Institute at Mississippi University for Women will offer multiple cooking classes during the spring semester that require no MUW enrollment.

 

Symphony's 'Strings Across the Sea' concert encompasses true cultural exchange

Posted 1/7/2017 in Entertainment

Final details are being put in place for the Starkville-MSU Symphony Association's annual Programs for Children concerts, set for Friday, Jan. 20.

 

Christian Women's Job Corps training is open for registration

Posted 1/7/2017 in Community

Christian Women's Job Corps-Golden Triangle (CWJC-GT) is enrolling participants for its spring semester of free training for women ages 18 and up.

 

 

Out There for the week of January 8, 2017

Posted 1/7/2017 in Entertainment

 

 

Community Calendar for the week of January 8, 2017

Posted 1/7/2017 in Entertainment

 

 

Being Beautiful: The lessons our mothers and grandmothers taught us

Posted 1/7/2017 in Columns

Where I grew up way out in the country, verses from the Bible were memorized during a summer tradition, Vacation Bible School, at hundreds of rural churches on the hottest days of June and July.

 

Southern Gardening: Tips help keep gift plants going

Posted 1/7/2017 in Columns

Since the Christmas holiday season started last month, gardeners across Mississippi have been giving and receiving plants as gifts: poinsettias, begonias, cactuses and cyclamens -- oh my!

 

Music can be a major key to therapeutic healing

Posted 1/7/2017 in Community

Music plays a significant role in nearly everyone's life, but for some people it represents much more than an invitation to dance or a soundtrack for the morning commute.

 

 

Grant extends foundation's support of METP to 10 Years, $42 million

Posted 1/7/2017 in Community

A new commitment of $28 million from the Robert M. Hearin Support Foundation marks a total investment of $42.1 million over 10 years into the Mississippi Excellence in Teaching Program.

 

 

Make healthy homes a priority this New Year

Posted 1/7/2017 in Community

When the new year rolls around, people often resolve to focus on personal fitness goals, but it is a great time to make sure homes are healthy as well.

 

Resolved: Where to start when you want to start off right?

Posted 1/4/2017 in Food

Not long after our pecan pies and Christmas chocolates have been dispensed, thoughts turn to how we're going to do better in 2017.

Life in tune: A new kidney, a new year in harmony for a local pastor

Posted 12/31/2016 in Community

Pastor Jerry Potter's eyes take on a grateful gleam as he talks about events of the past six weeks.

Real Food group mounts effort to bring eco-documentary to Triangle

Posted 12/31/2016 in Community

Seeds -- often taken for granted, yet vital to the very existence of humankind. Many feel these gifts of nature are in grave danger, a subject explored in a new documentary, "Seed: The Untold Story."

 

Out There for the week of January 1, 2017

Posted 12/31/2016 in Entertainment

 

 

Community Calendar for the week of January 1, 2017

Posted 12/31/2016 in Entertainment

 

 

Being Beautiful: Float like a butterfly, sting like a bee

Posted 12/31/2016 in Columns

It's that time of year again, the moment when I revisit all the things that happened in 2016 -- the good, the bad and the ugly, all before clinking our champagne flutes on New Year's Eve.

 

Southern Gardening: Gary addresses gardening questions for new year

Posted 12/31/2016 in Columns

As we prepare to head into a new year of gardening adventures, I've been thinking about a variety of landscape questions and quandaries that pop up from time to time.

MSU history professor receives prestigious Humboldt fellowship

Posted 12/31/2016 in Community

Mississippi State University Associate Professor of History Alexandra "Alix" Hui will spend three summers in Germany after receiving a Humbodt Research Fellowship for Experienced Scholars, one of the most prestigious academic awards in Germany.

 

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