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January 15th

Reed’s year in review: Part 1

January 16, 2013

By JAY REED

Dateline: January. It’s the time of year for making resolutions. Or not. 

Local server shares tales of restaurant highs, lows

January 15, 2013

By MATT CRANE
life@starkvilledailynews.com

January 12th

Last day of August, Catherine Yeates

January 12, 2013

I’m again sharing with you another painting and story about Catherine Yeates, my baby nurse. I captured Catherine slowly strolling along Greensboro Street on the very last day of Aug. 31, 1984. Glance quickly at the entire painting, and feel the humid, sweltering and almost unbearable heat in the hottest month of the entire year in Mississippi.

Poetry, music combine to honor Langston Hughes

January 12, 2013

By MATT CRANE
life@starkvilledailynews.com

Ponderings of a gullible skeptic

January 12, 2013

I was born a skeptic. The weather man says it will snow and I scoff because, frankly, it typically only snows when there has been no mention of it in the forecast.

January 8th

Sparrow offers different spin on classic winter dish

January 8, 2013

By MATT CRANE
life@starkvilledailynews.com

With the winter months still ahead, Mississippi State University graduate student Kent Sparrow is putting a new twist on a classic cold-weather dish: chili.

Growing up with a family dedicated to good food, Sparrow said he discovered this recipe last year.

Part 2: holiday food highlights

January 8, 2013

By JAY REED

The Reed Family Holiday Hootenannie was a long one this year. (That may not be how you spell hootenannie, but since we had a Nannie with us, that’s what I’m going with.) 

Plan meals for traveling

January 8, 2013

By Alix Hui
For Starkville Daily News

As I write this column in the increasing light of a still-optimistic January morning, I think of my new favorite quote, by Thoreau of all people:

“Rise free from care before the dawn and seek adventures.”

Check and check. Now to find some adventures…

January 5th

Catherine Yeates, my baby nurse

January 5, 2013

I am very delighted and happy to share with you one of my very favorite portraits. The medium I used was water color on a 14 inch by 20 inch hard water color board. I hope that you will love this painting and story as much as I loved having the honor of presenting it to you today.

Open house to showcase local quilters guild work

January 5, 2013

By MATT CRANE
life@starkvilledailynews.com

Members of the Golden Triangle Quilters Guild are looking to inspire other community members to join in on its enjoyable, textile art form.
Guild Vice President Luanne Blankenship said she has been with the guild for over four years since moving to Starkville.

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