Archive - Dec 2012 - Lifestyle News
This is going to be a razzle-dazzle, bustling, glamorous and exciting year ahead beginning Tuesday. Let's dance in the year with a little razzmatazz, an early style of jazz music. I invite each of you to climb up in the old brown wooden swing dangling in our front yard and swing along with me as we together make our New Year's Resolutions.
My chore this week was to tame the convivial chaos of what was left over from Christmas 2012. As I attempted to shove some decorations under my bed, I found a book I bought nearly 12 years ago after Sept. 11, 2001. It was a delightful little volume which discussed a phenomenon called âGod winks.â
By MATT CRANE
For the characters in Starkville Community Theatreâs latest competition show âDinner with Friends,â there is much more on their respective plates than lamb stew or chicken pomodoro.
Recently, director Kris Lee gathered the showâs cast and crew for a dinner party featuring dishes mentioned in Donald Marguliesâs gripping script.
By SUSAN FORD
This is the time of year that we all overindulge. In a few short weeks, we will all be back to faithfully logging our calories into our smart phones and amping up our cardio, but for now, we will eat, drink and be merry. I have a few holiday favorites I want to share and a new recipe I went to great lengths to acquire for this column.
By JAY REED
I donât always go to Corinth, but when I do, I like to eat a slug-burger.Â
By MATT CRANE
Over 12 years ago, Kirk and Maxine Arnett decided to take their love of tennis to the next level.
During a trip to Arizona in 1999, Kirk Arnett said he and his wife began to hatch a nation-spanning sporting idea.
"We talked about it and decided to play tennis in all 50 states," he said. "We started Jan. 1, 2000 in Arizona."
By Keri Collins Lewis
For Starkville Daily News
Significant production levels and high market prices combined to give Mississippiâs agricultural commodities their second year in a row of over $7 billion in total value.
By RUTH MORGAN
This is Part One of the âWe Remember Christmasâ booklet written by local notable historians and genealogists for OCHGS. Part Two will appear next week. This is the first time it has appeared in print and will make excellent story time for children of Christmas memories of long ago. You may wish to save it as a keepsake to remember stories of Christmas during war times also.