Archive - Lifestyle News
January 29th, 2013
By JAY REED
The end of January can mean many things. Next week is the Super Bowl, the official sad end of football season. If today we are wearing shorts outside, tomorrow we are sledding. And New Yearâ€™s resolutions are drawing to a close.
I wonder why so many resolutions bite the dust so early? Ponder with me.Â
Let me introduce you to Mr. Ferdinand Barry, a tinsmith sculptor. He was the very talented artist who created this very large arm and hand that has been on the tall steeple of the Second Baptist Church for many years. The church's motto is â€śOur feet grow dusty in the path of service.â€ť A lovely 1974-75 yearbook was dedicated to Rev. J.H.
By MATT CRANE
For Jasmine Morgan, under the exterior of a working, Mississippi State University marketing student lies the heart of a writer.
Morgan, originally from Chicago, Ill. now living in Atlanta, Ga., said she felt the need to study out-of-state when it came time to apply for college.
What on earth has happened to television programming?
Sidelined by the icky weather since New Years and unable to focus on a good book due to a documented phenomenon known as Chemo Brain, I have been relying on what my Daddy calls the Idiot Box for entertainment.
Iâ€™ve decided his description is about right.
By JAY REED
A top ten list just wouldnâ€™t be the same without the other five, right?
Last week we covered a tempura-battered hot dog, shallots, lamb fries (not French), macarons (not roons) and a fried oyster BLT. Not a bad start to end the year. Let us now be complete.Â
Steven and Elena Pan of Starkville are pleased to announce the engagement and upcoming marriage of their daughter, Melody Siew-lee Pan, to Mr. Jack Foster Cook, son of Michael and Lee Cook.
Jacqueline Nicole Myers of Bloomington, Ill., formerly of Starkville, and Timothy James Croxdale of Bloomington, Ill., formerly of Memphis, Tenn., were united in marriage at three oâ€™ clock in the afternoon on Nov. 2, 2012 at the Dreams Riviera Cancun Resort in Morelos, Mexico.
By RUTH MORGAN
For Starkville Daily News