For most of us, there isn’t much that can ignite that feeling – and it doesn’t come often. But if you’ve ever visited The Arc of Southeast Mississippi, you know the buildings overflow with it - something that we all need to witness, according to Director Cindy Pennington.
Lucinda Williams spent a lot of 2017 and 2018 looking backward. In 2019, she's charging ahead, but not before a quick run of dates including Thursday’s performance at the Hattiesburg Saenger Theater as part of the ‘Burg’s “City Lights Music Nights” concert series.
An award-winning author considered among the best in the fantasy genre will be honored at the 52nd annual Fay B. Kaigler Children’s Book Festival. The event got underway Wednesday and continues through Friday, April 5, at The University of Southern Mississippi’s Hattiesburg campus.
Named one of “10 New Country and Americana Artists to Watch” in 2019 by Rolling Stone magazine, Emily Scott Robinson makes her first visit to Mississippi on Friday, April 5, when she performs at the Back Door Coffeehouse at University Baptist Church in Hattiesburg.
The National Speech & Debate Association has announced three Mississippi educators as winners of the Diamond Award, recognizing a professional career that combines excellence and longevity in speech and debate education.
Third Diamond Award – Shane Cole—Oak Grove High School, Hattiesburg
Robert Heath, M.D., was recently recognized with a reception and plaque for his extraordinary leadership in healthcare for more than 20 years as medical director and attending physician at Bedford Care Center-Monroe Hall.