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    Collector’s paradise

    by Dana Sleger A new shopping venue in D’Iberville is quickly gaining traction among those who have a penchant for nostalgic things. One might even say it’s a collector’s paradise because of the eclectic range of items available from times past. What’s Not To Love opened in April right across from the Grand Theatre, and this […]

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    Outdoor spaces can extend home

    by Adrienne Elliott Since I moved from Canada and now live on the Gulf Coast, the transition allows me to appreciate outdoor living in a whole new light. Outdoor spaces can truly be used year round on the Coast and how fabulous is that! The best part is that even a small corner space outdoors, if […]

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    Choosing the perfect rug size

       by Billie Comeaux Selecting a rug that enhances and complements your room design can be the key touch that brings everything together in harmony. It’s important to remember that size — not just the style — changes the dynamic of your room. Here are some points to keep in mind when choosing the perfect […]

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    Avoid mistakes in homebuying

    As we see the seller’s regain control in the housing market, there are ways you can position yourself to submit your strongest offer. Get pre-approved! Know the top dollar you want to spend and more importantly be comfortable with the monthly payment. Know the financial impact insurance is going to have on your monthly payment […]

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    Create a relaxing at-home spa

    by Adrienne Elliott, Elliott Homes LLC   The bathroom has not only become a most popular spot for that workout selfie or fab ensemble pic, it also has grown to become our own sanctuary. The perfect at-home spa can be easily achieved by adding affordable design and style elements. Selecting soft and neutral colors instantly create […]

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    Superbells

    by Dr. Gary R. Bachman, MSU Extension Service One thing I dig about the summer season is the selection of annual color available for the garden and landscape. I think most of my readers know I really like Supertunias. Besides their tremendous growth potential, I think what I like best are the flower shapes. There’s […]

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    Love At First Sight

    story and photographs by Ellis Anderson// Cynthia Miller first saw the house at 308 Main St. more than 35 years ago. She was taking a college art class with friend Michael P. Larroux and visiting his hometown of Bay St. Louis. As they drove past the striking historic cottage one day in the early 80s, […]

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