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PLEASE NOTE: As of June 1, 2021, these classes have been cancelled.
The Arts, Hancock County breaks in their brand new headquarters as the venue for four different art camps for local youth. We have details, dates and links to register!
- by Emma Connolly
The Arts, Hancock County believes that art has the power to inspire social change. They seek artists with ideas, and businesses with blank exterior walls.
Michele Ball is bringing ballet classes for the masses to Bay St. Louis. Learn how she got here, and about her mission to bring the joy of movement to her new neighbors.
- Story by Dena Temple
The news that Maria Vieages is opening an upscale takeout restaurant next month in The Buttercup on Second Street lit up social media – and appetites.
- by Lisa Monti
- photos by Maria Vieages and Ellis Anderson
Our waterfront is changing again! A new restaurant will take its place along Beach Boulevard - and it's promising something new and different.
- Story by Lisa Monti
This new landmark building on Beach Boulevard will soon welcome visitors to the heart of Old Town Bay St. Louis.
- Story by Lisa Monti, photos by Ellis Anderson
If you get a thrill out of being spooked, there’s a unique new venue available year around on our own local waterways!
- story by Lisa Monti
On select days in December, you can take a Creepy Christmas tour and hear disturbing legends and ghost stories of Christmas past. The hour long ride up Bayou Caddy includes hot chocolate and a cookie. "Come if you dare!" Book here.
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