News with a Twist: Today!

Setup was starting early this morning for New Orleans TV station WGNO to broadcast its popular “News with a Twist” today at 5 p.m. and 6 p.m. at the Depot. The station is promoting the community with stories about the municipal harbor, the Alice Moseley Museum, Infinity and The Shoofly Magazine, among other local assets.…

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Feast your eyes: Mandina’s Restaurant

Lunch at Mandina’s on Canal Street brought back memories of two hard-to-find old favorites: stuffed shrimp and Creole eggplant with shrimp, crabmeat, ham and seasoning. Both were daily specials on Friday. The homemade-tasting eggplant was generously seasoned and came with pasta and red gravy in the Italian tradition of too much food. The stuffed shrimp…

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Bay building permit update & Rediscover America tonight

Bay St. Louis building department today reported one building permit for a new house valued at $308,624 with fees of $2,468. Bay St. Louis Little Theatre   PRESENTS   On Tuesday night, October 17th at 7 pm Free event open to the Community!!!     National Travel Journalist and broadcaster Bill Clevlen (billontheroad.com) will make…

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North Beach Hotel starts taking shape in the Bay

Upscale property coming to Main Street/Beach Blvd.

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Feast Your Eyes:Turkey and the Wolf

Quirky, award-winner does meatloaf proud. And it’s got merch.

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Feast your eyes: Maypop

From start to finish, it’s all good.

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Sunday brunch at Oxlot 9

You really don’t need an excuse to visit Covington, La., but just in case you require some incentive, put “Eat at Oxlot 9” on the top of your list. It’s open Tuesday-Saturday from 5 to 10 p.m. and Sunday 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The bistro is on the ground floor of the beautiful Southern Hotel…

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The Ogden: Food, drink, music & art.

Tank and the Bangas were featured Sept. 8 at the weekly After Hours at the Ogden Museum of Southern Art in New Orleans. The live music every Thursday is from 6 to 8 p.m. at the museum (925 Camp St.) Miss Linda Green, The Ya-Ka-Mein Lady, was serving up her soul food, too. Art, food, drink and…

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