A Mississippi State University group is helping children be … well, kids.
Mississippi State University audiences have a chance to be transported back to the 1920s, 30s and early 40s to hear — and feel — swing jazz during the Charles H. Templeton Ragtime and Jazz Festival set for Thursday through Saturday.
Sister Anne Brooks’ life has been full of surprises — not only in what she has felt called to do, but also when.
As the weather finally begins to change and periods of high pressure set in across the Southeast, Mississippi’s spring turkey season looms in the no-so-distant future.
Mississippi State’s Charles H. Templeton Ragtime & Jazz Festival is making its return to the university for a 16th year.
Starkville Area Arts Council is seeking volunteers for its annual Forks and Corks fundraiser, set for March 12 at the Mill Conference Center, 100 Mercantile Lane, Starkville.
Aurora Flight Sciences’ passenger air vehicle (PAV) prototype is on display in The Communiversity at East Mississippi Community College.
“Keeping Up Our End of the Correspondence: Preserving Women’s Letters in the Digital Era” is a panel and workshop discussing digitizing the letters and lives of Mississippi women at Mississippi University for Women’s Fant Memorial Library at 2 p.m. March 4.
As home gardening grows in popularity for health and economic reasons, it is time to consider joining forces with other gardening enthusiasts in the Oktibbeha County Master Gardeners program.
Expressions of Sound is the theme for the concert to be performed by the Starkville/MSU Orchestra on Saturday.
Patron tickets to the Junior Auxiliary of Columbus 2022 Charity Ball will be available from 6-7 p.m. Thursday, at the Junior Auxiliary Hut, 1000 Park Circle, Columbus, next to Lee Park.
Caledonia native C.T. Salazar’s first book of poetry brought him statewide recognition. His newest collection is poised to make a splash on the national poetry scene.
Mississippi State’s Lyceum Series, presents “The Greatest Love of All,” starring Belinda Davids in a tribute to late pop singer Whitney Houston.
A sculpture exhibit by Mississippi artist Earl Dismuke will be featured in MSU’s Cullis Wade Depot Art Gallery through March 11.
The Black Prairie Blues Museum is hosting several events during the month of February.
The Stephen D. Lee Foundation is happy to announce the return of its annual party celebrating Valentine’s Day, which will be an early celebration held from 7-10 p.m. Feb. 12, at Belle Bridge, home of Seleana and Nathan Miller.
People interested in beekeeping should take time to answer some important questions and develop a plan before beginning this hobby.
It’s never too early to plan what you’re doing in April.
“Time in Every Stitch,” a Starkville Area Arts Council exhibit featuring the work of Rowan Haug, will be on display from Tuesday through March 27 in the Greater Starkville Development Partnership lobby.