Conceptualized by local Mallory Ellis, this Bay St. Louis based company is growing. Little Tales just welcomed Margaret Milner to the team! Mallory has built a brand that nurtures child development through sensory play with non-toxic and educational play kits.
- by Anne Pitre
There’s a new restaurant in the Depot District! Check out The Blind Tiger’s latest additions, TBT Depot District Deli and TBT Butcher Shop. The deli offers a unique selection of sandwiches, including a delicious smash burger and lobster roll. The butcher shop is due to open in early October and will offer high-quality meats and fresh seafood.
- by Maurice Singleton
Have you ever wondered what happens to injured or sick wildlife found in Hancock County? These are actual instances of citizens coming across injured wildlife and reaching out to Joshua Holland to help these creatures.
-by Maurice Singleton
-photos provided by Joshua Holland
Jump back in time to relive one of the most magical summers of Kathleen Stieffel’s life. The Bay native reminisces on her time touring the nation with the one and only Jimmy Buffett.
- By Lisa Monti
A little history and acting go a long way towards making a good show. “Mercy Train: Next Stop Bay St. Louis” is an original screenplay written by local Beverley Frater. The sold-out show was a major hit.
- by Connie Voight
Ed and Nora Wikoff have been active members of our community since 1997. In 2007 they created Edward H. Wikoff Architects to help rebuild Hancock County better than ever after Katrina. The primary goal of their business is to build an ever-growing community that their children are proud to call home.
- By Kirby Rhodes
In the last Nature Notes, I introduced the idea of ecosystems as organisms, that an ecosystem might be more “highly organized, internally connected organism” than “random collection of beasts.” In this view, habitats become organs; organisms become cells. Just as an “organizing principle” connects and organizes a body’s cells [i.e., human soul], a pattern connects and organizes a forest’s living creatures [i.e., forest soul].
- by James Inabinet, Ph.D.
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 Baytique, 125D Main Street; Magnolia Antiques, 200 Main Street; and Edmond Fahey Funeral Home, 110 Necaise Avenue. Read more about these featured businesses below!
- by McKenzey Northington