Sun Herald's Jeff Clark and Tammy Smith take a special trip out of the office for this week's Funky Food Friday. Snow Boogers, located in Wiggins, held a pop up at Edgewater Mall on Tuesday, August 15, 2018.
Threads of Love is a group of Coast women based out of Center Pointe Church in Ocean Springs who make clothing and other handmade items for infants that die through miscarriage, infant death or stillbirth. Listen as Marcia McCall explains the mission and how they operate.
For the first time in 44 years, the house at 709 East Scenic Drive in the Pass is for sale. Listing agent Bridget Ferrucci says she believes the new owners will be enchanted with the views and the character of the home and likely hold onto it for another 50 years.
Angie and Eddie Holmes of Long Beach have been active their whole lives. They now serve as presidents of the Gulf Coast Running Club and the Gulf Coast Bicycle Club, respectively. Listen as they give advice on how to stay fit.
Sun Herald staff writer Tammy Smith talks about the overload of kittens at the Humane Society of South Mississippi. There have been 45 kittens dropped off at the facility in the last two days and they need supplies and foster parents.
Adrienne Conwill talks about her son Danny and Mary Clare Conwill’s vacation home in Pass Christian where the family gathers for holidays. The house will host the Pass Christian Historical Society’s 39th annual Home Tour and Garden Party.
Jeff Cole talks about the decision to build a three-story house on a bluff in Ocean Springs overlooking the Mississippi Sound. The Cole home will be on tour Monday, April 10. It is one of several homes featured in the 6th Annual Mississippi Gulf Coast Spring Pilgrimage.
Photographer Karl Baden has snapped a simple, black and white photo of himself every day for the last three decades to document his aging. He launched the project on Feb. 23, 1987, decades before the word "selfie" became commonplace.