At age 17, Josh Phillips of Oktibbeha County had never played organized baseball. Never stood on a pitcher's mound, staring down home plate. Never worried about a two-knuckle grip or the mechanics of a curveball.
Loaves & Fishes Community Soup Kitchen's annual fundraiser will have a different look this time around.
Erin Kempker is invested in the American experience.
Pine straw or bark mulch? Not an exciting topic, but to hands-on gardeners and plants it can make a difference.
Last week, I had the pleasure of being the kick-starter speaker for the Mississippi Master Gardener State Conference.
Registration for summer and fall terms at East Mississippi Community College is underway.
From agriculture to art and science to sports and business, Mississippi State University is offering a variety of fun, educational summer camp experiences for elementary through high school students.
Students in the Phi Theta Kappa Beta Iota Zeta chapter on East Mississippi Community College's Golden Triangle campus attend the Mississippi/Louisiana Region Awards Gala 2019 at Mississippi State University. In front, from left, are advisor Alison Alexander and Kierra Hayes. In back are Melanie Moore, Julia Younger, Blair Madison, Lorie Jeffries, Alexis Turner, Gracin Sutton, Shelby Grice, Destiny Orr, Eric Ford and Krystal Hayes.
With a whole summer patio party season before us, my thoughts wander to alternatives for the same-old burgers and hot dogs we often fall back on. Influenced by Cinco de Mayo just past, I've started thinking specifically about empanadas for an upcoming birthday celebration with a fiesta flair.
Brownies are controversial territory to chart: Some like them cakey and light in flavor -- more of a snack than a rich dessert; some like them moist and chewy; and others, the biggest chocoholics, like them to be purely decadent -- almost as dense as fudge and deliciously dark.
Most artichoke dips could justifiably be called mayonnaise and cheese dips, given what goes into them.
In theory, barbecued chicken kebabs sound pretty great: char-streaked chunks of juicy meat lacquered with sweet and tangy barbecue sauce.
As a young mother, Lorena Thomas was feeling a bit lost in 2010. She had two small daughters born 18 months apart, no experience with children and few people to lean on or ask advice of.
A young creative from Nebraska is bringing his talents to the Magnolia State as Mississippi State's newest artist-in-residence.