Celebrate Mardi Gras By Making Your Own King Cake

King Cake Recipe
It's King Cake season! The traditional New Orleans treat of pastry drizzled with icing and sprinkled with purple, gold, and green sugar crystals is always a hit. But you don't have to rely on store-bought versions that may look better than they taste. Not when you have a king cake... [read more]

Run The Be The Change 5K In Flowood

Be The Change 5K
Lace up your running shoes and head to the starting line at Northwest Rankin High School on Saturday, February 23, for the Be The Change 5K Run / Walk and 1-Mile Fun Run. This fun and beneficial event seeks to spark a desire to promote positive change and kindness throughout... [read more]

See On Your Feet At The Orpheum Theater In Memphis

On Your Feet
Do you love live music? How about high energy entertainment? Or maybe heart-warming life stories? You can experience all three when you see On Your Feet at the Orpheum Theater. About the Show On Your Feet has been so popular on Broadway. Fans love the music and the familiar story that still... [read more]

Catch A Mississippi State Basketball Game At Home In February

Mississippi State Basketball
Hail State! Your Bulldogs men’s team is on the road for a big rivalry game at Ole Miss February 2 this year, but they’re home in Starkville for some major matchups during the remainder of the month. There’s never been a better time to catch an action-packed game at Humphrey... [read more]

Watch Ole Miss Take On Iowa State In Their SEC/Big 12 Challenge Game

Ole Miss
The Ole Miss men's basketball team is red hot, coming off wins over then #10 Auburn and then #14 Mississippi State that propelled the Rebels into the top 25. Led by first-year head coach Kermit Davis, the Rebels opened conference play on January 5 with an 81-71 win over Vanderbilt... [read more]

Visit The Museum Of The Mississippi Delta

Museum of the Mississippi Delta
Throughout history, there have been numerous events that have shaped the entire world. Some of the important moments that come to mind include World War I and World War II, the invention of the automobile and computer, inventions such as the radio and television, and so much more. In addition... [read more]

Learn The Quickest Way To Defrost Your Windows

Woman driving car
In your morning rush to get the kids ready for school and yourself to work on time, the last thing you need is to get to your car and find the dreaded wintertime frustration: a frosted-over windshield. You don't have to let this common inconvenience get your day started off... [read more]

Healthy Casserole Recipe

Cooking
At the beginning of a new year, many people are looking for ways to improve their diet. Whether it's adding more produce, eating less fat, sugar, and processed foods, or just watching portions, there are many ways to make good food choices. Take the humble casserole, for example. If the... [read more]

Ring In The New Year On Beale Street!

New Year
Ringing in the new year in a new city is a fun experience. After all, if New Year’s Eve marks the beginning of all things new, why not plan your celebration in a different location? For those of you who live in Grenada, Batesville, and Gore Springs, you’re less than... [read more]

Warm Up With The Best Hot Chocolate Recipe

Mug of hot drink
Even in the South, where we're not exactly known for our frigid winters, there are certain cold-weather indulgences that are not to be denied. A cozy blanket. Fuzzy slippers. A crackling fire. And above all else, a steaming mug of hot chocolate. If you don't have a recipe for this... [read more]