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    Jerika’s creating her own fashion lane

    You may catch a glimpse of the fashion-conscious Jerika Vincent on “Let’s Make a Deal,” “2 Broke Girls,” or the popular teen mystery drama, “Pretty Little Liars.” Those are just a few of the programs this D’Iberville native has appeared on. But after five years in the fast-paced Los Angeles television scene, Vincent has returned […]

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    The Survivors

      She was determined Cancer wasn’t going to beat her   Being a breast cancer survivor does not define Margaret McKenzie. There is no “before” or “after” cancer for her. “It was a bump in the road and is now firmly in the rear view mirror. I am looking forward and focused on what’s ahead.” In […]

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    4 Women Standing Tall

    Joanne Joanne Bullard O’Keefe, 57, has owned Nezaty’s Cafe, a popular and successful brunch and lunch stop on Courthouse Road in Gulfport, for 12 years. Many of her customers know her by name and pause to share with her as she works right alongside that day’s crew. As a matter of fact, she sees her […]

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    Coast Glam

    Coast glam [glam] Informal. Noun. An over-the-top look that is NOT casual: form-fitting pants/jeans with jacket and lots of accessories; fedora hat with skinny jeans, blazer, clutch bag; sunglasses; high heels; top with circle skirts; chunky jewelry/layered jewelry; handle bags, etc.   MEET Kelli Kingsley Dickens 58, Biloxi Owner of Kelli’s Steps School of Dance […]

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    Heart & Home

    Realtor. Builder. Restaurateur. Entrepreneur. Mom. Superwoman? She just might me. “Sometimes she’s got a baby on one hip, typing a real estate contract with her right hand and talking to a PJ’s Coffee employee about a food order on the speaker phone. It just stresses me out. I have to walk away,” says Davi’s husband, […]

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    A Royal Tradition

    If one were to put a face on Mardi Gras, a handful of names might come to mind — with Susan Hunt’s at or near the top of the list. That’s because she and her family still carry the torch for all things Mardi Gras. At age 75, she is one of the most significant […]

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    Retail Queen: Paige’s Corner

    by Elaine Stevens// Paige’s Corner has grown into a beautiful venture that wraps up boxes of joy especially at Christmastime. Imagine being a 10-year-old South Mississippi girl with your very own tiny gift shop tucked away in the corner of your mother’s larger store. And, in that special place you bought and sold some of […]

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