It's 6 p.m. on the second Tuesday of the month. Jeanette Basson is in her usual place. Sitting at a table in the Rosenzweig Arts Center gallery, her friends start to filter in and take their places, each clutching papers representing their creative efforts over the last 30 days.
A delicious way to enjoy the arts returns to the Golden Triangle Saturday. The Starkville Area Arts Council's Forks & Corks at The Mill celebrates the culinary arts by bringing some of the area's talented chefs together under one roof.
SmartAsset has named East Mississippi Community College among the Top 10 colleges in the nation for the fourth year in a row.
Larry Priest loves living in nature. His home -- backed by woods and grass with the Luxapalila River "practically in my front yard" -- is his sanctuary.
Mississippi State students now can earn a minor in film studies through a new and flexible university curriculum.
Registration is under way for East Mississippi Community College's Learning in Our Neighborhood, or LION program, which provides adult residents the opportunity to take noncredit courses about a wide range of topics.
Everyone who joins the Arbor Day Foundation with a $10 donation in August will receive 10 free Colorado blue spruce trees or 10 white flowering dogwood trees through the Foundation's Trees for America campaign.
Even those who know of the Catch-A-Dream Foundation may not realize its national headquarters are in the Golden Triangle's backyard. Tucked on a wooded 43 acres southwest of Starkville are a rustic visitor center and bunkhouse-turned-office where a small, dedicated staff work every day to make dreams unfold.
A new feature at the J.L. King Memorial Park splash pad in Starkville is cooling down the dog days of summer, compliments of the Pilot Club of Starkville.
August brings with it an event the Oktibbeha County Heritage Museum and friends look forward to each year -- Denim & Diamonds.
Over 25,000 photographic negatives and prints taken by Columbus photographer Jerry Nail were recently donated to the Local History Department at the Columbus-Lowndes Public Library System.
Mississippi University for Women is now offering a new low-residency Master of Fine Arts in Theatre Education.
International Paper's Columbus Pulp Mill and Columbus Modified Fiber facilities are accepting applications for International Paper Foundation grants at ipgiving.com through Friday, Aug. 9.
3. Music Maker, WMSV present welcome back show Friday ENTERTAINMENT
4. Community Calendar for the week of August 18, 2019 ENTERTAINMENT