Bay Reads - May 2021
- by Scott Naugle
Three coast artists are among those being honored at the upcoming MIAL Awards Weekend being held in Pass Christian.
- by Scott Naugle
Shown above are the 2020 recipients of awards: Top Row (L to R): Minrose Gwin, Fiction; Margaret McMullan, Nonfiction; Bark (Tim and Susan Lee), Music Composition (Contemporary); C. T. Salazar, Poetry; Steve Rouse, Music Composition (Classical); Second Row (L to R): Ann J. Abadie, Noel Polk Lifetime Achievement; Will Jacks, Photography; Lemuria Bookstore, Citation of Merit; Stacey Johnson, Visual Arts; Angie Thomas, Youth Literature. Margaret McMullan and Stacey Johnson are both coast residents.
On June 5-6, mural designs by local artists will be painted around Old Town as part of a new celebration of the arts.
- by Steve Barney
This quick guide suggests ways to attract wildlife we enjoy sharing space with, as well as ideas to discourage those who aren’t invited guests.
- by Christian Stephenson
As the Bay booms, parking in Old Town has become an issue. Mayor Mike Favre shares info on the city's multiprong approach.
- story by Wendy Sullivan
- photos by Wendy Sullivan and Ellis Anderson
Waveland Alderman Jeremy Burke updates us on the next Waveland Food Truck Friday, and the return of St. Clare's Seafood Festival!
By looking at the Earth not as a collection of distinct elements but as a living organism, the author suggests that we live in a way that benefits both people and Earth, rather than considering only what benefits us.
- by James Inabinet
Bay St. Louis artist/photographer Kat Fitzpatrick shares items of note from around the Internet - funny, inspirational and entertaining.
- reviews, photography and poetry by Kat Fitzpatrick
Compassion for those in real need – and heaven knows their numbers have grown lately – drive the wheels at this soup kitchen that is so much more.
- by Wendy Sullivan