During the Second Saturday Artwalk 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 "Hot Spots," Biz-zee Bee, 111 Main Street and Popcorn Plus, 112 Court Street. Read more about these featured businesses below!
- by Caitlin Bourgeois
In this introductory column for a new series, chef Maria Vieages looks back to the love-filled kitchen of her childhood and the joys of cooking artichokes.
- by Maria Vieages
Did you miss Mardi Gras this year? You’ll have another chance to celebrate in May at a gala to kick off a capital campaign for The Arts, Hancock County!
- by Steve Barney
In Part One we looked at the history of rail service in Bay St. Louis, and at the depot building. This month we turn our attention to the history of the depot district itself.
- by J. Michael Dumoulin
Newly-elected Bay St. Louis City Council member Kyle Lewis takes office in July. In his first council update column, he thanks his constituents and looks ahead to his next four years serving the city.
Dr. James Inabinet continues on a decades-long journey to understand and articulate what it means to be human. His upcoming discussion at 100 Men Hall delves into his quest.
What: “Becoming Fully Human”
Where: Tin Shed porch, 100 Men Hall, 303 Union Street, Bay Saint Louis, MS
When: Friday, April 23, 7–8:30 pm
Open to the Public
Free, but more event info here.
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! In April, we'll also be celebrating Hot Spot Fleurty Girl!
- Stories and photos by Caitlin Bourgeois
Community consensus can help Bay St. Louis set our course for the future, so bring on a new Comprehensive Plan.
- by Ellis Anderson