Local artists were financially stranded when COVID-19 left them without an audience for their work. The MAC CARES program brought relief.
- Story by Steve Barney
On the Gulf Coast, gardening is not limited to one season - and some vegetables are actually better suited to fall planting.
-story by Christian Stephenson
From Councilman-at-Large, Gary Knoblock:
Update, 8/25: Although it looks as if Bay St. Louis has missed significant impacts from Marco, we’re still watching Laura carefully. It’s predicted to escalate into a category 3 storm before hitting land near the Louisiana/Texas border.
However, we still need to be prepared and may experience high winds and higher than normal surges. Residents in lower areas, Wards 5-6, you know the tides will be rising. Batten down the hatches and be ready!!
Click here for the Shoofly Magazine's storm readiness check-list and complete resource guide.
Our Hancock County naturalist and philosopher quietly watches a Hooded Warbler attend to its daily routine, captivated with its beauty of purpose.
- by James Inabinet, PhD
Like any other beloved collection, a collection of books should be displayed and admired, and room design should celebrate it.
- Story by Scott Naugle
Councilman-at-Large Gary Knoblock reports highlights of the August 4 Bay St. Louis city council meeting including proposals for a depot district revitalization and updates to get ready for passenger rail service in 2022, Planning & Zoning outcomes, and the current state of the city's finances.
A new state law puts some teeth in the penalties for animal abuse and might help prevent loss of life. Read the laws and find out what you can do to help.
- story by Dena Temple
Dr. Frank Conaway, who runs one of Bay St. Louis’s oldest dental practices, helped shape the rules that govern how dentists operate in this age of COVID-19. Here’s his story and what to expect on your next dental visit.
- Story by Dena Temple