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    Will the pandemic stunt children socially?

    Even for adults, who can fully grasp the realities of the pandemic, these long months of limited human interaction and separation from loved ones have taken their toll. What then, must our children be experiencing in a socially distanced world? Will their development be affected, and can parents do anything to lessen the impact?  HERE, […]

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    Mom Approved List 2021

    We wanted to know the most child-friendly products and activities out there, so we asked the experts: real Coast moms. Hundreds of you responded to tell us your favorites in entertainment, vehicles, extracurriculars and much more. Here are the top-rated recommendations that got your seal of approval: DAY CARE  Kid Academy  Nugent Child Development Center  […]

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    Lockett-Williams eases grief, gives back

    The Coast boasts a number of black-owned businesses that have served the community for generations. In honor of Black History Month, we’re highlighting the legacy of LOCKETT-WILLIAMS MORTUARY.  When George W. Lockett founded his mortuary with wife, Lillian, in 1948, he realized a vision: providing premier mortuary services to the Gulfport area. The couples’ genuine […]

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    Gifts he’ll love: Valentine’s Day 2021

    Guys can be notoriously hard to shop for. After all, if something’s on his wish list, he probably already has one … or several. Not to worry — Grant’s Menswear and S.F. Alman Ltd. have you covered with fresh ideas that strike the perfect balance between style and practicality. GRANT’S MENSWEAR  SquareGuard and silk pocket […]

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    Pretty in pink

    Need to add a pop of color to your wardrobe? Chances are you already own what you’re looking for. Check the recesses of your closet — that pile of clothes you rarely touch. Maybe some pieces wound up there because you feared the color was too bold — but eventually, every hue has its day.  […]

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    The life of a COVID doctor

    This June I retired from being an emergency room doctor. For some, “retirement” creates an image of relaxation — gardening, vacations in the RV and popping a few rounds of golf. Not me. Although I enjoy gardening and traveling, I need to feel useful. The abrupt termination of my medical career brought a summer chill […]

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