With misinformation and conflicting information bombarding us, it’s hard to know what to believe – or who. Waveland Alderman Jeremy Burke offers assurance that the current precautions won’t last forever – and why it’s important for all of us to follow them today.
- Photo courtesy Shoofly archive
Born from a hurtful incident, the “Love All” campaign aims to inform, and heal.
- Story and photos by Rachel Dangermond
The current COVID-19 crisis isn’t the first time Bay-Waveland has faced an epidemic. Read about the 1897 Yellow Fever epidemic and how the community staged an organized fight.
- Story by Jerry Beaugez
Confined to a cottage in a countryside village, the writer gives an on-the-ground report of drastic changes in a timeless place.
- Story and photos by Rheta Grimsley Johnson
March 19 is St. Joseph's Day and as part of the tradition, special - and edible - altars are built. Learn more about how locals celebrate in Bay-Waveland.
Although as of this March 12 publication, Our Lady of the Gulf and 100 Men Hall have cancelled their St. Joseph's Day altars, while St. Clare's is open for viewing on March 19 from 9am - 5pm.
- story by Lisa Monti
A few times a year, the iconic Second Saturday Artwalk event in Old Town Bay St. Louis adopts a theme. The “Souper Mudfest Second Saturday Artwalk" - one of the most popular events of the year in Bay St. Louis - will take place March 14, rain or shine.
- Stories by Caitlin Bourgeois
Alderman Jeremy Burke shares the details of Waveland's upcoming St. Patrick's Day parade, always a great time.
- 2019 parade photos courtesy of the Shoofly Magazine archives