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  • Eats will be going to Monster

    Posted by JOHN BIALAS on October 2, 2014

    Monster Subs and Sandwiches opened last week on 30th Avenue in Gulfport.

    The takeout Jewish-style deli sandwich I brought to the office last week looked so good that staff writer Tammy Smith said she wants to go to the place that serves the sandwich.


  • Not a Gulfport coffehouse

    Posted by JOHN BIALAS on September 26, 2014

    I peeked through the window and tried to open the front door of this downtown building on 28th Avenue in Gulfport just west of Hancock Bank.


  • Tango helps South Mississippians stay healthy

    Posted by ALANDERIA WHITLOCK on September 26, 2014

    Dr. Nyron Marshall and Linda Sutton perform an Argentine tango at Mississippi Ballroom Dance Club in Gulfport.

    Ballroom dancing can be an enjoyable way to stay active. Whether it’s the samba, cha cha, waltz or jazz dance can help control weight and develops poise and flexibility.


  • Beatle through Biloxi lens

    Posted by JOHN BIALAS on September 18, 2014

    Way, way back when Paul McCartney was recording an album in New Orleans, Danny Cotter of the South Mississippi Sun went to the studio to do a story for the newspaper.


  • Rejoice, Coast craft beer drinkers, rejoice!

    Posted by Nate Thurman on September 16, 2014

    The Coast's beer selection took a step in a positive direction this month with the arrival of Sweetwater Brewing Co., an Atlanta-based brewery.


  • Justin time for Biloxi this weekend

    Posted by JOHN BIALAS on September 9, 2014

    Justin Kennedy was grand marshal of the New Orleans Po-Boy Festival in 2012. The Biloxi native is manager and head chef of the family-owned Parkway Bakery & Tavern in New Orleans. Jay Nix, his uncle. is owner of the po-boy restaurant.

    "Making it as long as my grandfather's shrimp boat," Justin said on Facebook.


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