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by Lynn Lofton Published: March 6,2011
Tags: Bayou Caddy Harbor, Biloxi Commercial Harbor, Crystal Seafood, Desporte’s Seafood, Joe Jewell, Mississippi Department of Marine Resources, North Bay Seafood, Ocean Springs Inner Harbor, Pascagoula River Harbor, Pass Christian Harbor, Quality Seafood, Seymour’s & Sons Seafood
Mississippi Gulf Coast seafood is available and safe. Stringent measures are taken by the Mississippi Department of Marine Resources to ensure seafood safety. The regulatory state agency has always been responsible for taking those measures but stepped up their efforts during last year’s BP oil spill drama. “Our seafood is most certainly safe to eat. […] [...]
Coast now waiting for the masses to gather The multi-million-dollar expansion at the Mississippi Coast Convention Center is complete and ready to welcome large gatherings. The state-of-the-art facility expresses the flavor of the Coast in its design with shades of blue and a swooping roofline that resembles a wave. Space for meetings, conventions and trade […] [...]
Five buildings expected to open in November Five of the buildings on the new campus of the Ohr-O’Keefe Museum of Art on Highway 90 in Biloxi are becoming a reality and will open to the public Nov. 8. Dedicated to George Ohr, the self-proclaimed “Mad Potter,” it will be America’s first museum devoted to a […] [...]