We tend to think of the world as made up of two separate spheres – man-made and natural. But is that reality, or merely our perception? Our own Hancock County philosopher weighs in.
– by James Inabinet
Taking a cruise conjures up a sensory palette of warm sun, the scent of the sea and the relaxing sound of splashing waves. What is it like today, in the world of masking, testing and distancing?
– by Dena Temple
The Hancock County Historical Society is premiering a new documentary in December showcasing area history and the man who makes it come alive, Charles Gray.
- story and photos by Ellis Anderson
In this popular story from our Shoofly archives, learn how internationally revered piano genius James Booker spent time growing up in Bay St. Louis. Writer Edward Gibson traces some of those early years and explains why the Bay was always a touchstone for the legend, who died too young.
Whether advising her customers on Medicare solutions or caring for at-risk children, Kristine Gurley and her staff are in the business of helping people.
- by Dena Temple
Coast residents longing for more opportunities to purchase work by local artists will soon have their wishes fulfilled with the new series of pop-up markets called “Art Without Walls.”
- Story by Connie Travis Voight
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 November's Second Saturday Hot Spots Fleurty Girl, 216 Main Street, and The Porch, 112 South 2nd Street. Read more about these featured businesses below!
- by McKenzey Northington
The festive "Fleurty Girl Green" building on Main Street is unmistakably the new home of this fun store's first Mississippi retail location.
-story by Lisa Monti
photos by Ellis Anderson