It was the summer of 1925, and two local fishermen befriended the mysterious new tenant who spent the summer in a bungalow overlooking the beach in Waveland. He was a writer, they said…
By Eddie Coleman, Assistant to the Director, Hancock County Historical Society
This dynamo Waveland resident is committed to the physical, mental and spiritual health of his community.
Every day, thousands of drivers pass the blank concrete slabs at Exit 13 on Interstate 10, originally created to mark the high-water level of Hurricane Katrina. Now, the City of Bay St. Louis is working with local artists to revitalize the landmark with murals.
- by Steve Barney
Mindfulness, the practice of learning to control one’s attention, is coming to Bay St. Louis, thanks to Christ Episcopal Church and Sullivan Breathworks.
- by Wendy Sullivan
The author contemplates the meaning of the year gone by in a unique way that allows his mind to open to the new year’s possibilities.
- by James Inabinet
J. Michael Dumoulin’s exhibit illustrates “the relaxed culture and beach setting” of Mississippi’s three coastal counties through sublime photographs and evocative illustrations.
- by J. Michael Dumoulin
- photos by Ellis Anderson and courtesy WGZMuseum and John Dumoulin
Waveland alderman Jeremy Burke looks back on a difficult 2021 and looks ahead to what residents can expect in 2022.
- by Jeremy Burke
Murky Waters Blues and Barbecue transformed a great space in the heart of BSL's bustling downtown into a cool new joint with a bluesy vibe.
- by Lisa Monti, photos by Ellis Anderson
During the Second Saturday Art Walk each month in Old Town Bay St. Louis, you'll find cool deals, fresh meals and lots of art and live music!
Be sure to check out January's Second Saturday Hot Spots Baytique, 125 Main Street, Bijoubel, 136 Main Street, and Shannon Mullen Art / Katie’s Jewelry & Gifts, 112 South 2nd Street. Read more about these featured businesses below!
- by McKenzey Northington