The Mag, Mississippi's first and longest-running film festival, will continue its legacy of bringing independent films and filmmakers from around the world to the Golden Triangle for the 23rd year Thursday through Saturday, Feb. 27-29.
Starting March 2, the Columbus-Lowndes Public Library System will host a pop-up exhibition from the National Archives, "Rightfully Hers," commemorating the 100th anniversary of the ratification of the 19th Amendment.
Celebrating its 70th anniversary, the Mississippi Collegiate Art Competition, the most prestigious art contest in the state of Mississippi, is currently on display on the campus of Mississippi University for Women.
Storytelling is about connections -- the human kind. "At a time when there are so many things that divide us, stories are one place where we can say, here's what we have in common, here's something that reminds us of our humanity," said professional storyteller Dolores Hydock.
Mississippi State University's Mitchell Memorial Library is bringing the late 19th and early 20th centuries to life during the 14th annual Charles H. Templeton Ragtime and Jazz Festival.
The Shackouls Honors College at Mississippi State University is pleased to continue The Orators program on Wednesday, Feb. 19 with V. Denise James, Ph.D.
The Stephen D. Lee Foundation will host its 10th annual Valentine Party on Friday, Feb. 14, at its home, the Stephen D. Lee Home at 316 Seventh St. N. in Columbus.
For the fourth consecutive year, Mississippi State's Museums and Galleries Committee is presenting Science Night at the Museums.
Nothing says Happy Valentine's Day like a fresh bouquet of flowers. Make sure your gift provides many days of enjoyment by selecting the freshest flowers and providing the best possible care.
A noted artist will join a renowned scientist for a keynote address to kick off the fourth annual Imagine, Inspire, Challenge Symposium Feb. 6 and 7 at Mississippi University for Women. This year's conference is titled "Stem Cell Therapies in 2020: Healing, Hope or Hype."