Great bedrooms are made up of lots of design elements that work together to create a sensational look that is all your own. One important but often overlooked piece of the pretty puzzle is your bedside table. Think of them as bookends for your beautiful bed, practical and pretty all in one.
The Saturn V rocket that was moved to Infinity Science Center is the first thing travelers on Interstate 10 will see when they enter Mississippi from the west. It is expected to be a big boost to visitor numbers to both the center and local tourism.
Tom Cruise has a reputation for over-the-top stunts and high-octane action, but his recent home sale can best be described as under-the-radar. The box-office star sold his home in Beverly Hills for $38 million, property records show.
U.S. Presbyterians approved a statement expressing regret for a history of marginalizing gays and other sexual minorities while also lamenting the loss of members who left the denomination over its eventual approval of ordaining and marrying gays.
Ebony is a beautiful black cat with jade eyes. She is a rescue from the Stone County SPCA and is available at PetSmart in D’Iberville. The Stone County SPCA is at 1989 Highway 26 West, Wiggins. The phone number is 601-928-1930 and hours of operation are 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Saturday. Visit their website, stonecountyspca.org, to see all the animals available for adoption. General guideline for adoption rates: Cats are $35, kittens $60, puppies and small dogs $80 and large dogs $60.
Honey Bear (A30195215), a 4-year-old female brown and white terrier mix, is the featured pet of the week for the Humane Society of South Mississippi, 2615 U.S. 49, Gulfport. She ‘came in as heartworm positive, but has already gone through treatment,’ HSSM said. For details about adopting a pet, call 863-3354 or check out hssm.org. All animals adopted through HSSM are spayed/neutered and microchipped and given shots. Other pets are available at the Hancock County Animal Shelter, 7175 Texas Flat Road, Kiln (466-4516) and the Jackson County Animal Shelter, 4400 Audubon Drive, Gautier (497-6350). Contact each shelter for adoption fees.
Summer is approximately three months of forgetting how to hold a pencil, but it doesn't have to be that way for everyone. Spend your sweltering, languid days with a book in your hands. I can't guarantee that you'll remember how to write your name after reading these books, but you'll definitely expand your vocabulary and horizons.