I’m old enough to remember when cereal bars were invented. They were marketed as a healthy alternative to cereal.
Road trips, outdoor adventures and relaxing by the pool are some of summer’s most popular activities, and all can be more enjoyable by adding favorite snacks to the mix.
During the past year, many people have missed the opportunity to travel and experience the sights, sounds and tastes of the world, but it’s easy to explore other cultures and cuisines by experimenting in the kitchen.
Fun in the summer sun can mean anything from poolside play and outdoor exercise to simply relaxing in the shade. While these activities make the season special for people of all ages, the heat also leads to the inevitable: sweat.
A Christian father is the head of his family, and these are some of the duties God requires him to do for his children:
The smiling young woman in the video mouths the words to the song playing in the background. “I’m Mr. White Christmas; I’m Mr. Snow.” As she lip syncs, she carefully dabs white face paint onto half of her face. She tops it with accents of glittery blue and the delicate arms of snowflakes.
Is there a quirky gardener in your neighborhood who does things a bit on the wacky side?
Mississippi University for Women has announced Jessica Harpole as vice president for student affairs and dean of students, pending approval by the Board of Trustees of State Institutions of Higher Learning.
Two Mississippi State students are receiving study abroad opportunities of a lifetime, thanks to prestigious David L. Boren Awards.
Academy Honors & Honor Roll Report – Second semester 2020-21 school year Academy Honors 3rd Grade – Jack Blalock, Kendall Edwards, Elliott Gaskin, Emiline Allgood,
Thursday, June 17 ■ West Point Farmers’ Market: The West Point Farmers’ Market will be held at 4 p.m. every Thursday, June 3-July 29, at
This spring, I’ve been getting some interesting questions as more and more homeowners are enjoying their landscapes and gardens. Lots of these questions are about the various caterpillars we find also enjoying our landscapes and gardens.
I know normal people don’t make their own granola. Normal people buy it in the grocery store. It’s easy that way.
Summer sun means it’s time for warm-weather fun for kids of all ages, and all that activity and playing calls for snacks and hydration to recharge.
Each school day calls for a multitude of meals and snacks to make sure little learners are energized for time spent in the classroom, playing with friends and completing their homework.
MSU engineering alum writes children’s book on financial literacy, presents to local Boys and Girls Club
The cover art shows the face of a dark-skinned man. He is turned to the side so that only his profile shows. His mouth is open, the one visible cheek stuffed with food. His fingertips grasp what appears to be half of planet Earth. His eyes are closed as he savors his food. He is enjoying this bite he is taking, this bite of the world.
I enjoy the last part of May in my home landscape and garden.
Thursday, June 10 ■ West Point Farmers’ Market: The West Point Farmers’ Market will be held at 4 p.m. every Thursday, June 3-July 29, at
My husband thinks he doesn’t like roast.
This summer, get a little wild in the kitchen and make something different.