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
Gulfport neighbors hear gunshots in overnight shooting
Gas leak caused by wreck on Menge Avenue
Hops and Growlers launches green glitter beer for St. Patrick's Day
SELU’s Matt Riser is building a consistent winner
One injured in early morning wreck on Mississippi 67
Pascagoula hitter attracting college and pro scouts
Pascagoula High walkout leader calls on students to 'use your voice now'
He has autism and is partially blind. More importantly he's a great drummer.
As the number of violent crimes continues to grow in Moss Point, some residents are striking out on their own to try to help solve the problem. David Wright wants his city to be safer and he thinks getting the city’s youth to steer away from crime will make a difference.
Pascagoula High School centerfielder Joe Garry had a productive off-season improving his game, including the motivation from his dad to “swing out of your shoes” to get more power. Garry’s play has caught the attention of college coaches and pro scouts.
Le Cafe Beignet owner Sita La’Cap wants her restaurant to be an integral part of downtown Biloxi. The breakfast and lunch spot recently moved to the old Biloxi Library building on Lameuse Street, just down the road where she lives. La’Cap also plans to open a ‘speakeasy’ on the bottom floor of the building.
Pascagoula High School senior Quintin Harry speaks to students gathered at War Memorial Stadium for National School Walkout Day in memory of the 17 people shot to death at a Parkland, Fla., high school last month and to call for gun control legislation.
Students from Pascagoula and Ocean Springs high schools will be participating in the 17-minute walk-out in honor of school shooting victims in Parkland, Fla. They see this event as just the start of their generation making an impact on the gun control debate.