The Low-Residency MFA program in Creative Writing at Mississippi University for Women will hold a series of readings today through Friday featuring graduate students and faculty.
There's always been a healthy hint of gospel in Paul Thorn's signature brand of roots-rock, but earlier this year, the Tupelo area native released his first true gospel album, "Don't Let the Devil Ride."
Rainwater Observatory in French Camp offers a free public program called "Exploring Spring Stars!" at 7 p.m. Friday, May 11.
Elevate gardens to waist high level for convenience and easy access, says recognized gardening expert Melinda Myers.
After an April that was all over the map -- hot, cold, stormy, frosty, windy -- May should usher in more consistent weather so green thumbs can really hit their stride.
Ceramic artist James Davis of Rome, Georgia, is currently showing recent work at the Mississippi University for Women Galleries until Friday, May 4.
It's not often that a writer's best-selling book is about the house he's writing it from, but then again there aren't many places like Pluto, Mississippi, or the 100-year old farmhouse from which Richard Grant penned his New York Times best-selling narrative, "Dispatches From Pluto: Lost and Found in the Mississippi Delta."
Island Paddle Fest returns to the Columbus Riverwalk Saturday, June 2 with added racing categories, a pre-party, music, food and prizes.
Savana Lee Crawford will tell you she's not the 'Jane' in Sugarcane Jane.
Four choirs will come together for one purpose Friday, April 27 at 7:30 p.m. in the Connie Sills Kossen Auditorium in Poindexter Hall on the Mississippi University for Women campus.