With a practiced motion, Corinne Beauregard starts the quiet electric motor of the scissor lift. Slowly, the railed platform she's standing on rises into the air, the criss-cross metal supports underneath it expanding, sending her higher, higher.
More than 30 artists are creating their inventory of original paintings, hand-poured candles, woodworking, pottery, jewelry and more as the Downtown Columbus Art Walk approaches.
Beginning Monday, Sept. 16 Mississippi State's Community Music School will offer a new series of 10 evening classes for adults interested in learning how to make music and play the piano at a relaxed pace.
Mississippi University for Women has been recognized again as a top public Southern regional university, according to multiple national rankings.
Seven-time national prize-winning Akropolis Reed Quintet will open the upcoming season of Mississippi State's Lyceum Series.
I have more frogs than I know what to do with, what with being able to use only one at a time.
Mississippi State's Theatre MSU debuts its new season this month with "The Magician's Nephew," a theatrical dramatization of one of C.S. Lewis's Narnia series classics.
This weekend while driving in my hometown of Ocean Springs, I looked at the crape myrtles planted in the median all along Highway 90. I noticed that most of the trees had a dark cast to them, even on a bright, sunny morning.
Cookbooks have a way of gravitating to my bookshelves here at work. At rough count, there are 15 right now, about half of them compiled by churches in the area. I have a soft spot for those collections of recipes put together by congregation members, old and young -- recipes that, in some cases, have been handed down through generations.
I'll never forget the first time I saw a meal plan for the week.
Football season, for many people, is just as much about the food as it is about the action.
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