Play brings special insight to actress with autistic brother
Thea Rose, 15, of Gulfport grew up with an autistic younger brother. Now she is part of a WINGS Performing Arts production of Wonderland, a play about understanding autism. The play will be shown at Lynn Meadows Discovery Center’s WINGS Performing
Dillon King and his wife, Missy, are owners of Flambeaux CrossFit, a small gym in Metairie, La. A large reason that King decided to open his own CrossFit gym is to provide a safe space for LGBTQ people to work out and stay healthy.
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.
Thousands gathered on Saturday, July 21, 2018, to see the Blue Angels during the Blues Over Biloxi air show. The air show featured demos by various groups other than the Blue Angels, including the AeroShell Aerobatic Team.
Around 9:30 a.m. Saturday, Biloxi police began making people move from the median between U.S. 90 and the service drive west of Oak Street. Most of them had been there for two or more hours to watch the Blue Angels show. Police said it was state law.
Biloxi High School baseball coach Eddie Lofton was chosen to do a publicity ride with the U.S. Navy's Blue Angels flight demonstration squadron in advance of their shows in Biloxi this weekend. Lofton handled the flight very well calling it amazing.
Southern Miss football coach Jay Hopson is joined by offensive lineman Drake Dorbeck and defensive end LaDarius Harris at Conference USA Media Day in Irving, Texas. The Golden Eagles are coming off an 8-5 season.
USM basketball coach Doc Sadler talks about the new scheduling model for C-USA. The new model leaves the last 3 weeks of the season open. Then the top teams will be matched with each other to improve the league’s chances in the NCAA tournament.
Instead of joining the lip sync challenge, the Carrollton police department in Texas shared their mistakes caught on dashcam. The department is calling it the Dashcam Blooper Challenge and has challenged three other police departments to join them.