Coffee House on Fifth is booming with business on a Friday afternoon. A glance to the left gives a grand view of the street traffic. A glance to the right provides a shocking surprise.
For author Olivia Clare Friedman, being a Southern writer calls to mind two parts of her life: her past in Louisiana and her present in Mississippi.
Rainwater Observatory, in French Camp, will offer a free program called “Jupiter: Giant of the Solar System!” on Friday, starting at 7 p.m.
July is shaping up to be a busy time for the Columbus Arts Council.
Mississippi State University’s Lyceum Series will begin its 75th year of shows with a performance by legendary R&B singer Dionne Warwick.
Children across the nation will better understand Juneteenth thanks to a Mississippi State University art professor’s drawings.
The city of Columbus is the perfect setting to tour the new urban stage play, “Grown Man Issues.”
The Mississippi Arts Commission (MAC), in partnership with the Sardis Public Library, will host a “Mississippi Traditions” exhibit celebrating featured traditional artists on msfolkdirectory.org, the new Mississippi Folklife Directory website.
Junior Auxiliary of Columbus announces the return of its beloved project, Summer JAM.
More than 20 years after 9/11, a Mississippi State English assistant professor is helping students make sense of an important moment in history that shaped the world in which they were born and the media they consume.
Mississippi is blessed to be the destination of choice for travelers from around the U.S. and countries across the globe.
The Bouncing Bettys will kick off this year’s Sounds of Summer concert series on June 2.
Mississippi native Teresa Nicholas spent a career in publishing bringing others’ stories and ideas to life. She is now an award-winning writer herself.
Starkville Area Arts Council is accepting submissions for two art events.
Market Street Festival will be held Friday and Saturday in downtown Columbus. Activities will take place from 6-9 p.m. Friday at the Lowndes County Soccer
Sixteen graduating seniors majoring in fine arts at Mississippi State are showcasing their work with a thesis exhibition in three locations on campus.
Among a crowded field of nine excellent books by Mississippi writers, Starkville’s Becky Hagenston emerged victorious.
Both Starkville and Columbus will host National Day of Prayer activities Thursday.
The 26th Market Street Festival will celebrate the 1980s May 6-7 in downtown Columbus.