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    Owning the room

    First of all, how are you? Sheltering in place has been an experience for everyone. I miss my stylist. Lord knows I need hair color, a manicure and pedicure. Those are the little things we have taken for granted. Even celebrities have been criticized for letting their roots show. Women on Zoom calls have been […]

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    How I built my business: Paper Moon

    Building a business is a dream for many of us. It’s ideal to be your own boss, to have freedom and endless creative control; the benefits are appealing. But it’s also a very challenging endeavor with plenty of obstacles to navigate. Though I haven’t always envisioned myself on this particular career path, I honestly can’t […]

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    Summer’s here — fire up the grill

    Warmer weather means spending more time outdoors, including dining. Whether you’re planning your next patio soirée or spending leisure time with the family, be sure to add these delicious dishes to your grilling menu. SHRIMP SCAMPI SKEWERS Ingredients (serves four) 1 pound raw large or jumbo shrimp, peeled and deveined (tails left on or off) […]

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    Marine medicine

    Growing up in landlocked Kansas, Dr. Alexa Delaune was 8 when she encountered dolphins and sea lions for the first time – and she was never the same. “Seeing them in person inspired me so much that I’ve been in love with aquatic life for 32 years,” says Delaune, vice president of veterinary services at […]

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    The Fried Green Tomato

    If you’re looking for a place serving affordable homemade cooking, with great service and a cozy atmosphere, look no further than The Fried Green Tomato. A hidden gem located in D’Iberville, The Fried Green Tomato is one of the best places on the Coast to get traditional Southern cooking with a Cajun accent. Owned and […]

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    My Day: Angelyn Treutel Zeringue

    Besides being president of SouthGroup Insurance Services, Angelyn Treutel Zeringue is a devoted wife, mom, daughter and civic-minded local leader. Here’s a peek into her daily routine. MORNING The first thing I do each morning is hit the snooze button; there is nothing better than an extra 15 minutes of sleep. Then, I hit the […]

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    Kids’ mental health

    By Jessi Robertson In early childhood, children depend on their parents and caregivers to learn how to express and manage their emotions in healthy ways. Feeling connected, loved, and cared for creates security and helps children be able to build healthy relationships in the future. We call this attachment. Here are some ways to build […]

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