Talk of the Town - September 2021
- by Lisa Monti
The picturesque Bay St. Louis harbor is now home port to two vessels offering scenic cruise experiences.
- by Lisa Monti
Waveland alderman Jeremy Burke shares Covid-19 safety updates, information on participating in meetings, and ongoing projects.
- by Jeremy Burke
Considering raising hens in your home garden? Here’s a no-nonsense primer with super resource links to help you get started.
- by Christian Stephenson and Wendy Sullivan
In this episode, Kerry and Steve visit with watercolor artist Herb Willey. Then it's off to Gallery 220 on Second Saturday to see what's new. Finally, Kerry heads over to the new Starfish Café to talk with owner Di Fillhart.
- by Steve Barney and Kerry Maloney
From a tiny, rural Mexican village on the Guatemalan border all the way to Bay St. Louis, Mely Straub brings her faith, love, and stewardship to our community.
- by Wendy Sullivan
Humans today do not have a place in wild nature. To re-establish that connection takes purposeful observation and the will to wait. That place will become evident - in time.
by James Inabinet
Bright, fresh menu updates, tasty libations and new outdoor seating are exciting the many fans of the Mockingbird Café.
-by Lisa Monti
Pearl River Community College now offers students unique opportunities to train for rewarding high-tech hydrographic careers.
Above (l-r): Ryan Dodd, - Hydrographer, NVision Solutions, Inc. | Associate Professor, NOARC; Joel Lawhead – Vice President, Nvision Solutions, Inc. Associate Professor, NOARC; PRCC Students: Caleb Spence, Heather Dinger, Wesley Parker, Alex Moon, Billy Snowden; Raymunda Barnes- Assistant Vice President, PRCC
In the fifth episode, Steve, The Mad Podder, talks with recent retiree Edmund Meyer about living the golf cart life in Old Town. Then it’s a quick trip up Main Street for Second Saturday at Gallery 220 with local artists Spencer Gray, Jr. and artist of the month Amy Kramer.
- by Steve Barney
What will it take to make a train experience so special, so inviting, that people from New Orleans and Mobile will choose to step onto our Depot platform for an unforgettable Bay Saint Louis vacation? The answer might just be found in our history – and our future decisions.
- by J. Michael Dumoulin
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 August's Second Saturday Hot Spots Magnolia Antiques, 200 Main Street, and Daiquiri Shak, 106 Court Street. Read more about these featured businesses below!
- by Caitlin Bourgeois