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    Too busy to cook? No problem!

    Even if we look forward to the holidays, most of us dread the work required to feed a house full of guests. Those classic dishes everyone clamors for won’t make themselves — but that doesn’t mean you have to toil in the kitchen for hours. Fortunately, we live on the Coast — which has plenty […]

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    Gratefuls

    2020 has been a tough year for most of us, but as we head into the holiday season, it’s important to count our blessings. Here, some thankful local women share their perspectives and insights about gratitude. Rita Green OWNER OF GEAUX FIG — AN EXECUTIVE ASSISTANCE FIRM To be grateful means to show appreciation for […]

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    Flying during the holidays?

    Anyone planning to fly over the upcoming Holiday season should consider their mask just as important as their boarding pass. Chaille Munn, director of marketing for the Gulfport-Biloxi International Airport, urges passengers to familiarize themselves with new travel protocols and to expect to wear a mask throughout their journey — from check-in through departure at […]

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    Serving those who serve

    By Ryan Labadens Service is one of the defining merits associated with military men and women. Those in the Armed Forces often hear, “Thank you for your service,” from people voicing their appreciation. For Deborah Brockway, Morale, Welfare and Recreation director at Naval Construction Battalion Center, Gulfport, serving those who serve — and taking care […]

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    Hibernia March Society’s 2020 Colleen

    Susan Cain Hinson has always looked forward to St. Patrick’s Day. “My first memory of the celebration was the big tent and party at Mary Mahoney’s,” recalls the Biloxi resident. “From that day, I was hooked!” Susan’s father, the late James M. Cain, was a member of the Hibernia Marching Society of Mississippi — instilling […]

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    Second Liners Club turns 25

    Like many great things, the Biloxi Second Liners Mardi Gras Club started with a modest idea. “One of our members was watching a kids’ parade on television and thought it would be a great idea for the (East Biloxi) neighborhood,” says club president Anthony C. Mitchell. At the beginning, children circled the block with their […]

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