12/31/15 @ 100 Men Hall

Get tickets here: https://squareup.com/market/100-men-hall/new-year-s-eve

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Want info on red tide? Go here.

The Mississippi Department of Marine Resources has info about harmful algal blooms, or red tide, on its website, dmr.ms.gov. There are some FAQs on the site, as well as phone numbers for questions about specific subjects, such as beach closures, fish kills and birds. “This harmful algal bloom is a unique occurrence for this area,”…

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Old Cuevas Bistro opening Tuesday

  This just in: Old Cuevas Bistro at 111 Main St. will open Tuesday for dinner. The restaurant will be open for dinner only for the first couple of weeks. More details soon. The menu features Oysters Achee, eggplant bruschetta, crab cakes, duck quesadillas, steaks, soups, salads, sandwiches, and a full deli. Reservations: 228-344-3330 The health…

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One week & counting: Blue Bell returns!

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Second Saturday recap: Bernie, Ted & Violet

December’s Second Saturday did not disappoint. Great weather, nice holiday crowds, decorated boats in the harbor and, as always, some quirky surprises. The first surprise was seeing a trio of Bernie Sanders supporters dispensing campaign material at the corner of Main and Beach Boulevard. Just wasn’t expecting that one, but then again, it is the…

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It’s Second Saturday! You know what to do.

December’s Hot Spots are Clay Creations (220 Main St.) and Green Canyon Outfitters (Upstairs at 108 South Beach). To celebrate Clay Creation’s Hot Spot status, the studio presents acoustic guitarist John Slay from 5 to  8 p.m.  Enjoy some complimentary jambalaya and Christmas baked goods while you shop. Everywhere in Old Town, you’ll find shopping…

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Algae blooms cause oyster reef, beach closings

Officials with the Mississippi Department of Marine Resources closed all oyster reefs Friday at 4 p.m. The decision was made as a precautionary measure due to the proximity of potentially harmful algae blooms in the Mississippi Sound. “We’re erring on the side of public safety,” MDMR Executive Director Jamie Miller said. “Algae blooms are unusual…

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Sorry, Chuck Berry….

….But Run Run Rudolph just doesn’t sound the same when it’s this hot.  

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Bay Council recap: Stay tuned.

I usually like to say that going to a City Council meeting is better than TV. Last night I sat there for more than two hours thinking, “I wonder what’s on TV.” Granted, the proceedings aren’t supposed to be entertaining, although with the cast of characters who assemble in the chamber, entertainment sometimes is a…

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