The Walter Anderson Museum of Art in Ocean Springs hosted an excursion to Horn Island on May 14-15. SunHerald assistant editor Lauren Walck tagged along and captured these photos and video. Music provided by staff writer Wesley Muller.
A moment of peace on Horn Island
Small towns, especially the ones on the Mississippi Coast, are the best
Baseball just one reason Biloxi Mayor going to discover Cuba
Sand sculptures on the beach in Biloxi
Get a Cheetos-eye view of a seagull feeding frenzy
John Knight played through injury to lead Vancleave
Seven Day Savage: Pomade with an attitude
He survived cancer, now he’s giving back
Resident worries about downtown Ocean Springs feral cat colony
Chewbacca, Darth Vader get schooled by police on dangers of distracted driving
Watch some of Tony Brown’s amazing runs for East Central
Waveland barber James Moran talks about Seven Day Savage, a hair pomade developed by his friend, Shane Pucheu of Diamondhead. Pucheu developed the product for a college class with safer ingredients than most pomades on the market.
George County High School baseball player Dylan Eubanks is a cancer survivor who received treatment at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. In October he had the idea to raise some money for the facility. He and his teammates have raised more than $6,000, and he and three others promised to shave their heads when they hit $5,000.
A short highlight clip showing just some of the runs that East Central running back Tony Brown made on his way to amassing 3,018 all-purpose yards this season. Brown has been named Region 8-4A Offensive MVP and Gatorade Player of the Year for Mississippi.
President Donald Trump spoke Saturday at the opening of the Mississippi Civil Rights Museum in the state's capital, Jackson, Miss. Some black leaders — including civil rights leader and Georgia congressman John Lewis — boycotted the event, saying Trump has sown racial division instead of racial harmony. Trump's statements steered clear of addressing the anger that his participation had sparked leading up to the dedication. Instead the president rarely diverted from his prepared words to honor the famous and the anonymous for their efforts on behalf of freedom for all.