How a small coffee shop begun in the ruins of Hurricane Katrina became a community mainstay of goodness.
- by Lisa Monti and Ellis Anderson
If you're already enrolled in Medicare, a window for making changes in your plan closes December 7. Find out your options and also: What you need to know if you're approaching age 65 and aren't enrolled yet.
- by Kristine Gurley, Gurley & Associates
(this is a reprint of an article which originally ran in The Shoofly Magazine in October, 2019.)
Sarah Shelton had no idea that she'd turn a hobby giving ballet lessons into a school with a full-time staff and 14 instructors.
- by Lisa Monti
- photos courtesy DSFA
With cooler temps and the true onset of fall weather, we change tactics, look for structure and baitfish, and continue to put fish in our coolers.
- by Sonny Schindler, Shore Thing Fishing Charters
Poet Joseph Addison once wrote, “No one is more cherished in this world than someone who lightens the burden of another.” If there ever was an individual who embodied this belief, it would be Di Fillhart from Bay Saint Louis' Starfish Cafe.
- by Kim Ranjbar
If one could find “itness” in a forest and in a field, could one find it in the heart of the French Quarter in New Orleans?
- by James Inabinet
The stellar space-themed breakfast and lunch spot launches in Bay St. Louis at The Pearl Hotel.
- by Lisa Monti
– photos courtesy of Randy Schmidt and Cosmos.
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 all day, but the action heats up between 4 pm and 7 pm.
Be sure to check out this month's Hot Spots 200 North Beach, 200 North Beach Boulevard; Tami Curtis Studios, 112 South 2nd Street; and Ruth's Roots, 130 Court Street.
Read more about these featured businesses below!
- by McKenzey Northington
Venerated New Orleans musician Deacon John is beloved as much - if not more - on the Mississippi Coast.
- by Pat Murphy