It’s beginning to look and feel like fall, y’all. October is gearing up to be a busy one as communities throughout the Golden Triangle are preparing to host festivals.
Handel’s Messiah will be the topic during this year’s Hazard Lecture, which will be held at 7 p.m. Oct. 4 at Heritage Academy.
The inspiration for author Kelly Mustian’s book The Girls in the Stilt House is a familiar road to many Mississippians: the Natchez Trace.
Magnolia Film Independent Film Festival Board of Directors recently announced the hiring of Chris Misun as the 2021-2022 festival director.
There was a time when adults would steer children away from books like Captain Underpants, an illustrated children’s novel series, or Marvel Comic’s Captain America, claiming that the books weren’t educational enough or weren’t “real books.”
Mississippi State’s Shackouls Honors College is gearing up for Classical Week 2021.
The Mississippi State Shackouls Honors College will start its year-long program, The Orators, at 4 p.m. Thursday in Griffis Hall, Forum Room-401C.
The Caledonia Days Festival is seeking vendors.
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.
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.
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
Columbus Arts Council will host an opening reception for its latest exhibits, with feature photography and mixed media.
Starkville Area Arts Council recently announced two upcoming projects.
Columbus-Lowndes Public Library System Mother Goose Story House to return The Columbus-Lowndes Public Library System (CLPLS) will return to its regularly scheduled programming by hosting
The beauty of both the natural and built environments of Montana’s Crow Indian tribe is accessible to academic researchers and U.S. history enthusiasts through Mississippi State University Libraries’ digital photography collections.
Tortoises, turtles and snakes … oh, my!
Sounds of Summer concert series will conclude Thursday. Swing Shift is scheduled to perform from 6-8 p.m. at the Lowndes County Soccer Complex.
Works inspired by the events of 2020-21 are on display as part of the Starkville Area Arts Council exhibit, “Time on Our Hands.” The exhibit can be viewed in the lobby of the Greater Starkville Development Partnership, 200 E. Main St.