Sunday funny: Fruitcake, anyone?

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Merry Christmas, throw me something!

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Bacchus on the Beach coming to Pass Christian

PASS CHRISTIAN Restaurateur Jourdan Nicaud is taking over Wolfe’s Gulf Coast Grill which closed recently. Nicaud will open his Bacchus on the Beach around Jan. 16. Renovations on the Scenic Drive restaurant overlooking the harbor will begin after the first of the year. The deck area will become a Margarita and oyster bar. Nicaud said…

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The Lawson Studio now open

BAY ST. LOUIS Al Lawson has opened a second interior design studio at 406 Blaize Ave. near The Little Theatre and Community Center. The original Lawson Studio is in Raymond, near Jackson. Al is a licensed interior designer with a degree in architecture. His Bay studio offers beautiful furniture, drapery, window coverings and home accessories…

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New seafood market to open soon

BAY ST. LOUIS Seafood Etc., a new seafood market, is opening as soon as this weekend in the old Russo’s restaurant spot in Marketown on U.S. 90 at Dunbar Avenue. Owner Kathy Necaise is putting the finishing touches on the market, which will carry fresh fish, shrimp, crabs, oysters and crawfish. The owner has already…

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Council: Fire truck vote, Facebook etiquette

The Bay Council finally voted last night to proceed with the purchase of the fire truck that nobody opposed in the first place. The vote was preceded by a dizzying discussion of purchase orders, procedures, liability and even errors and omissions insurance. There also was a circuitous discourse on social media policy and practices. At…

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A flock of seagulls, and more

Today is the Hancock County Christmas Bird Count, part of the Audubon Society’s 114th annual event that runs from Dec. 14 to Jan. 5 nationwide. The local group was on the beach at St. Charles early this morning with cameras and binoculars. Counters observe birds in a 15-mile wide circle and the information they gather…

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IBM predicts buying local to top online

VentureBeat is reporting this morning that IBM has revealed its predictions for five big innovations that will change our lives within five years. This graphic illustrates the prediction about shopping locally. And while we’re talking about that, I’m working on some stories this week about additions to our local shops and a big change in…

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Now there’s proof

Results this morning from a new survey by the website CarInsuranceComparison.com has found Louisiana drivers are the worst in the nation. Don’t get too worked up: Mississippi is third worst. South Carolina is in between, in second place. The website looked at data on fatalities, citations, DUI infractions and speeding/careless tickets. Louisiana, ever the overachiever,…

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