The addition of more original paintings by the late Alice Moseley significantly expands the collection of the museum named in her honor.
- story by Steve Barney
Thacker Mountain Radio Show host Jim Dees’ book recounts the furor over a Faulkner statue in the fabled author's hometown.
- by Rheta Grimsley Johnson
A bridal show with a fresh twist - a fun faux ceremony & reception - offers couples stellar ideas and local vendors for their own big day. So save the date: November 20!
- story by Dena Temple
Joan Thomas can pinpoint the moment that set her on the path to becoming a teacher – and it was a teacher that inspired that decision.
- Story by Lisa Monti
Councilman-at-Large Gary Knoblock reports on issues before the Planning & Zoning Commission; the Mayor's Report; and a possible energy audit for the City.
It’s going to be a BOO-tiful Halloween in the Bay and beyond, and there are lots of activities for frightful fun, including a new parade!
- Story by Dena Temple, photos by Ellis Anderson
Are you nursing a case of cabin fever? Here is a fun way to get rid of that “Quarantine 15” while enjoying nature and the outdoors close to home.
- Story by Dena Temple, photos by Dena and John Temple
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!
- Stories by Caitlin Bourgeois, photos by Ellis Anderson
Our own Hancock County philosopher and naturalist looks back on a youthful epiphany that changed the course of his life.
- Story by James Inabinet, PhD
In this series of photo essays, the Shoofly Magazine showcases the work of local photographers. Their only instructions? Show us the coast through your lens. This month we feature the work of artist Rebecca Kronlage, who is a yoga teacher and co-owner of Treehouse Yoga in Bay St. Louis.
The modified Shieldsboro development plans and a major restoration of an Old Town icon were two major considerations of the P&Z Commission on September 29.
- by Kyle Lewis, P&Z co-chair