When’s your birthday? Mine, too!

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Sunday Funny

The Daily Planet covers Cruisin’ the Coast on Main Street.

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$600,000 bathroom now open!

BAY ST. LOUIS Just when you thought there was nothing else to celebrate in these parts, here’s a news flash. The $600,000 bathroom built right smack atop Beach Blvd. at Washington St. is up and running. That’s according to a couple of Hancock County workers this week. When asked about hours of operation, one employee…

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Cruisin’ music lineup for Friday: More surprises?

BAY ST. LOUIS Benny Grunch and the Bunch were great fun last night at the Big Easy in the Bay event at the Depot to benefit Habitat Bay-Waveland. If you stayed around, you were lucky enough to hear surprise guest Michael Grimm perform with Rochelle Harper. Here’s the Cruisin’ entertainment lineup for today: Bay St.…

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Cruisin’ in the Bay starts today

BAY ST. LOUIS Signs welcoming Cruisers were out in Old Town Wednesday ahead of today’s kickoff of Cruisin’ the Coast events here, stretching all the way through Saturday. By a happy coincidence, Second Saturday in October and Cruisin’ are a blended celebration. Here’s the entertainment schedule for today here in the Bay: 11 a.m.-Noon –…

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Oyster reefs open. Again.

OK, the oyster reefs are open again. The Department of Marine Resources closed the reefs Oct. 3 due to the threat of Tropical Storm Karen. Now open for tonging are reefs in Pass Christian, Henderson Point, Waveland and St. Stanislaus, among others. The daily tonging limit is 12 sacks. Reefs will open to commercial dredging…

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New places to eat, eat some more and drink

Two new restaurants and a tavern got the nod to open from the state Health Department. Here are the details: Pop’s Cajun Crawfish Boil at 2346 East Pass Road in Gulfport serves boiled crawfish, crabs and shrimp plus potatoes and corn. Cynthia Lee is the owners. Also in Gulfport, Taste of St. Louis at 2605…

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Not funny: Archie, Jughead and zombies

The AP reports this morning: The vibrant, cheerful and safe town of Riverdale is getting a ghoulish makeover. In “Afterlife With Archie,” a series debuting Wednesday, publisher Archie Comics is launching not just its first horror title, but also its first book carrying a rating for teens and older sold only in comic shops. The…

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