As a kid, my family often packed up our vehicle and took a road trip to beat the summer heat of Texas and Virginia.
Joining loved ones at the family table is an important moment for many, both as a filling way to enjoy a meal and an emotionally satisfying way to catch up on all the day’s events.
On weeknights, many families rush around trying to prepare for the next day.
These roasted baby carrots are baked with herbs.
Serve up a sweet taste of spring or fall with these light and flavorful lemon sugar cookies with just a hint of lavender.
Market Street Festival will celebrate its 25th year Friday and Saturday and the public is invited.
Before Robert Khayat served as chancellor of the University of Mississippi, he was one of its student-athletes. His new memoir “60: A Year of Sports, Race and Politics” chronicles his two-sport career amid the historical backdrop of the civil rights movement.
Ian Childers, ceramics professor at Mississippi University for Women, unveils the fruits of his recent sabbatical in California in the exhibition titled “Ian Childers: Recent Ceramics” at the Mississippi University for Women Galleries. The exhibition runs until Oct. 1.
Starkville Area Arts Council and Mississippi State are hosting exhibits this month.
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Smith celebrated their 50th anniversary Sept. 7, 2021. Mrs. Smith is the former Isabella Brandon. She is retired from Boundary Health
Mississippi University for Women piano faculty Julia Mortyakova and Valentin M. Bogdan will perform a piano recital at 7:30 p.m. Friday in Kossen Auditorium, Poindexter Hall.
My favorite plants for the fall season are crotons. These beauties have some of the boldest and brightest foliage found in garden centers.
Reid Nevins, a Lowndes County extension agent, knows a thing or two about bees. He has an apiary — a collection of beehives — both at home and at work.
September is National Rice Month and Mississippi residents, especially those living in the Delta, are celebrating
Expand your culinary repertoire to include a vegetarian stew and a spicy Indian dish in one fell swoop with this tasty fall fare.
Ask anyone to recall their most treasured childhood memories, and you’re likely to hear tales about time spent with loved ones, grandparents in particular.
We have to ask the Lord daily to work on every part of our bodies that need working on so we can be a new
While on her way to become her family’s first college graduate, Chandria Lucious Harris had to navigate the things that come with going to college without much help.
A Mississippi author is part of an effort to promote a new genre of books — paranormal women’s fiction. Michelle M. Pillow, of Oxford, recently
The Lowndes County Master Gardeners, a part of the Mississippi State University Extension, invite you to the first annual Butterfly Bonanza. Please join us at the Riverwalk Butterfly Garden from 9-11 a.m. Saturday.