Paintings, drawings and print creations by a New York artist are on display through Nov. 5 at Mississippi State's Cullis Wade Depot Art Gallery.
The Columbus-Lowndes Public Library hosts a noon book talk Monday that is appropriate for the week leading up to Halloween.
On a cold, clear winter's night in the fictional town of Almost, Maine, the Northern Lights hover above couples falling in and out of love in quirky and unexpected ways.
Mississippi State's Department of English is welcoming two authors and educators for a fiction and poetry reading Wednesday at the university.
An important step in keeping year-round color in the garden and landscape is planting and transitioning the annual color plants.
One can say my best friend Chastity Hope and I have fallen together into what Dr. Seuss refers to as "mutual weirdness."
Providing demonstrations, classes and other activities, an Oct. 24-28 Campus Safety Week at Mississippi University for Women will emphasize topics ranging from fire safety and personal defense to active shooter responses and prevention of domestic violence.
A February symposium at Mississippi University for Women will bring together nationally and internationally known research scientists to focus on heart disease in underserved communities.
A Kirkin' o' the Tartan worship service Sunday, Oct. 30 at First Presbyterian Church in Columbus will honor Scottish roots of early Presbyterianism.
What do "Animal Planet," a runaway rooster and chicken-loving friends have in common?
With Christmas looming on the calendar, Devin Hill, like most 10-year-olds, has given some thought to her wish list.
Cheesecake is usually served cold. So brace yourself for something a little different.
I find it a source of great comfort that pretty much every culture, every cuisine has its own interpretation of chicken soup.
In a summer dominated by dueling candidates, Pokemon Go and headlines from abroad, news that a paleontologist who grew up in Columbus found the first-ever evidence of a horned dinosaur in Mississippi may have been overshadowed.
With the presidential election approaching, Mississippi State's Lyceum Series is offering a special political season performance Oct. 17.
Valerie Plame, a former operations officer with the Central Intelligence Agency and best-selling author, will be the featured speaker for the 2016 Welty Gala Friday, Oct. 21 at 7 p.m. in the Mary Ellen Weathersby Pope Banquet Room.
Not all change is progress.
The dedication of a new organ project at 5 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 23 will enhance the music ministry of First Baptist Church in Columbus.