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Tell us a story: Master storytellers tickle funny bones and tug heartstrings

Posted yesterday in Entertainment

It was our own fault we were left standing outside the hallowed circle, on the fringes of the faithful packed in to hear Sheila Kay Adams at the National Storytelling Festival in Jonesborough, Tennessee.

Columbus Art Walk Downtown Thursday is Top 20 Event

Posted yesterday in Entertainment

Columbus' annual Art Walk Downtown, set for Thursday from 5:30-7:30 p.m., has again earned recognition as a Top 20 Event in the Southeast by the Southeast Tourism Society.

Bring a chair, and even dinner, for 'Oedipus' this week

Posted yesterday in Entertainment

A mythical Greek king will fulfill a tragic prophecy when the Shackouls Honors College presents "Oedipus," by Sophocles, at 6 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday in the Griffis Hall Courtyard at Mississippi State.

 

Community Calendar for the week of September 23, 2018

Posted yesterday in Entertainment

 

 

Out There for the week of September 23, 2018

Posted yesterday in Entertainment

 

The Hon. Kenneth Griffis to speak at The W Thursday

Posted yesterday in Community

Guests will have an opportunity to hear from the Hon. Kenneth Griffis of the Mississippi Court of Appeals Thursday, Sept. 27 on the campus of Mississippi University for Women.

MSU history department to host WWII workshop Monday

Posted yesterday in Entertainment

Mississippi State University is hosting the inaugural workshop of the Second World War Research Group-North America featuring award-winning military historian and author Robert Citino as the keynote speaker.

In the garden with Felder: Keep watch for sap-sucking bugs on your crape myrtles

Posted yesterday in Columns

Sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but Mississippi gardens have just started getting a little less rosy.

 

School news: McBride makes Dean's List

Posted yesterday in Community

 

 

Theatre MSU presents adaptation of 'The Hobbit'

Posted yesterday in Entertainment

Theatre MSU begins its 2018-2019 season with their annual Theatre for Young Audience production, a stage adaptation of J.R.R. Tolkien's beloved novel "The Hobbit."

 

Southern Gardening: Use select perennials to expand container options

Posted yesterday in Columns

When summer starts to roll around to autumn, some gardens and landscapes nearly start all over, as worn-out summer annuals are composted and new seasonal selections take their place.

 

Graduate scholarships available from NAJA

Posted yesterday in Community

The Greenville-based National Association of Junior Auxiliaries Inc. is accepting applications for its Graduate Scholarship Program.

 

Headed to the world: Golden Ticket fast forwards steak chef to world championship

Posted 9/19/2018 in Food

Chris Lytle knows his way around a grill. Born and raised in Columbus, he's been barbecuing competitively for years. In early 2018, however, he added another challenge to his plate -- turning out perfect medium-rare rib-eyes at Steak Cookoff Association (SCA) contests.

A chicken that's tender and juicy, thanks to a beer can

Posted 9/19/2018 in Food

A few weeks ago, a new friend of mine asked me to make beer-can chicken. He had never had it before and had always wanted to try it.

A nutty and dense coffee cake that's pure decadence is here

Posted 9/19/2018 in Food

This ultra-rich coffee cake is pure decadence, from its nutty topping and dramatic swirls of cinnamon sugar to its supremely moist, dense crumb.

Cooking on deadline: Parsnip and golden beet soup

Posted 9/19/2018 in Food

With the arrival of fall, my produce thoughts start moving from things that grow above the ground to things that grow under it.

Berry scones that are a flaky, honey-glazed brunch delight

Posted 9/19/2018 in Food

These scones are a flaky, honey-glazed brunch delight, brimming with juicy, sweet berries in a buttery, rich crumb.

'This place matters': A piece of history is getting a major makeover

Posted 9/15/2018 in Community

"Watch it here," cautioned Kathy Novotny, taking a sizable step up into the small wooden structure. Inside the dim exterior, beams thought to be more than 180 years old crossed the low ceiling typical in many buildings of the 1800s. Almost two centuries later, this one is undergoing extensive rehabilitation.

Rockin' out in Starkville: The All-American Rejects set to headline MSU's Bulldog Bash

Posted 9/15/2018 in Entertainment

Alternative rock/power pop titans The All-American Rejects are headlining Mississippi State University's 19th annual Bulldog Bash on Friday, Sept. 28 in downtown Starkville.

 

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