On June 25, SGNScoops Magazine announced the Top Five nominees for the 2019 Diamond Awards, which celebrate Southern, country and bluegrass gospel music.
At their most unpretentious, gardening, cooking and music have very simple things in common.
As my wife and I traveled around the Southeast last week visiting family and old friends, one stop was especially memorable.
Rainwater Observatory in French Camp offers a free public program called "Jupiter: Giant of the Solar System" Friday, July 12 at 7 p.m. Edwin Faughn, director of Rainwater Observatory, will present the program.
Julie Jordan of Columbus has been named Mississippi State University's interim vice president of research and economic development (ORED).
A new book published by a Mississippi State faculty member reflects on a yet untold perspective of the Civil Rights Era in the Magnolia State.
Tweaks to Fourth of July feast plans are being made in households around the Golden Triangle today. In some of those kitchens, some newly-minted MUW culinary camp "graduates" are probably helping with preparations.
My daughter recently told me that she is entering a July Fourth dessert contest. She plans to make an elaborate dish that is some sort of mash-up of cheesecake and pie and of course involves plenty of red, white and blue.
5. Cumberland takes on new role at The W COMMUNITY