In honor of Black History Month, the author looks back at three BSL residents whose character and service helped shape our community.
- Story by Jerry Beaugez
(originally published in February, 2020)
The new Business Resource Center owes its existence to the efforts of the City of Bay St. Louis and the Hancock Chamber of Commerce.
- HCC press release
The ability of a horse to know freedom while part of a tribe – particularly by serving that tribe – embodies the concept of Horse-Medicine, which allows us to be familiar with – part of – the Earth.
- by James Inabinet
Nelson Carter Church's life embodied a fusion of art, perseverance, and family bonds.
- By Betsy Pogue Christianson (Yancy's sister) and Steve Barney
Board-certified dermatologist Dr. Laurie Harrington recently brought the aesthetic part of her Louisiana practice to the Mississippi Gulf Coast.
- By Kim Ranjbar
This year’s Carnival season is a short one, starting with the feast of the Epiphany on January 6 and ending with Fat Tuesday on February 13. But that’s plenty of time to celebrate and enjoy five unique parades that will take to the streets starting February 4 and wind down with four parades in four days leading up to Mardi Gras day.
- by Shoofly Staff
HOMEGROWN: A Writers‘ Exchange is not just an event; it’s a celebration of literature, creativity, and the power of storytelling. With more than 500 attendees expected, including local college and high school students, the festival promises to be a literary feast for the mind and soul.
- by Anne Pitre