Author Jennifer Moffett may be a Mississippi transplant, but she knows the state from top to bottom — literally.
Columbus Arts Council will start the new year with mixed-media and photography exhibits by local artists Joe A. MacGown and John Burrow.
Neither a pandemic nor a freak accident could stop Columbus readers from getting their hands on a book.
Columbus Arts Council has announced several upcoming exhibits and events.
The holiday opera “Amahl and the Night Visitors” will be performed at 7 p.m. today (Dec. 5) at Annunciation Catholic Church, Columbus. The performance is
Ashley M. Jones made history twice upon her selection as the new state Poet Laureate of Alabama this year. She is both the first Black writer and the youngest writer to hold this position in its 91-year history.
Four graduating Mississippi State students are showcasing their work in a photography exhibition on the Starkville campus.
Columbus writer and educator Thomas Richardson found his calling while at Vanderbilt Divinity School — one that led him to return to his hometown and teach high school English.
The Leslie Farrell Threadgill Lecture and Artist Series will bring a music review of the great Big Bands at 7:30 p.m. Friday to Rent Auditorium in Whitfield Hall at Mississippi University for Women.
The Starkville Area Arts Council and Columbus Arts Council are opening their latest exhibits this week.
Starkville and West Point have announced details for their annual Christmas parades.
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Friends of Lake Lowndes presents a performance by the Disco Stranglers, an Eagles tribute band, from 6:30-10 p.m. Friday at Lake Lowndes State Park, 3319 Lake Lowndes Road.
Halloween is a week away, and I still don’t have a costume for any of my kids.
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With her debut novel “The Last Checkmate” now on sale, Gabriella Saab is the newest major author with ties to the Golden Triangle.
Main Street Columbus is planning several downtown events to make sure that the community enjoys a fun, holiday season.
The exhibition “Intersections of Gender and Place” is on view at the Mississippi University for Women Galleries through Nov. 3. This year, the exhibition series features artwork by Jaime Aelavanthara, Cynthia Buob, Denise Stewart Sanabria and Rachel Ann Wakefield.
The Eudora Welty Writers’ Symposium returns to Rent Auditorium on the campus of Mississippi University for Women Oct. 21-23, featuring author, scholar, editor and essayist W. Ralph Eubanks, whose most recent book “A Place Like Mississippi” weaves travelogue, literary history and memoir into an evocative portrayal of our state and its literary landscape.
In his latest book “A Place Like Mississippi,” W. Ralph Eubanks asks, “Why does this land inspire and produce so many writers?”