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New Audubon Center adds to ecotourism attractions

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By LISA MONTI  Jackson County just added a major new ecotourism attraction, the Pascagoula River Audubon Center, which opened Oct. 15 in Moss Point. Along with swamp cruises, birding excursions, kayak tours and nature trails, the center should help to attract more visitors to the state who like the experience of being in nature and who spend money doing it. ...

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Bay St. Louis’ Starfish Cafe helps to find careers


By LISA MONTI Customers at Starfish Cafe come to the colorful cottage in Old Town Bay St. Louis to enjoy healthful meals and catch up with friends among the tourists who eat at the popular Main Street spot. The meals are prepared and served by students who are working toward a career in the culinary industry or wherever their job skills ...

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Ceiling tile maker to locate in Marshall County


MBJ staff Rockfon LLC announced Thursday that it will build a 130,000-square-foot plant in Marshall County to make acoustic ceiling panels, the Danish company’s first manufacturing facility in North America, and create at least 90 jobs over the next five years. The $42 million project will be built adjacent to the existing Roxul Inc. facility, which is located on more ...

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PHIL HARDWICK — The last resort for homes that won’t sell

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The Smiths home had been on the market a long time. It was a beautiful property priced right, but it just seemed that it would not sell. The Smiths were desperate. Finally, they dug a hole in the front yard, planted an item and said a prayer. Their property sold the next week. The dream of just about every seller ...

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Law firm rankings are abundant, but not created equal


By BECKY GILLETTE If you think football is competitive, try the field of law, where a lot can be at stake in legal actions that can have far-ranging economic impacts. But unlike the end of a football game when a winner is declared, it often isn’t so easy to judge the effectiveness of attorneys. But there certainly is no shortage ...

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Selling your business? check ramifications of tax laws before sale


By LISA MONTI Owners thinking about selling their businesses should consider taxes well before the deal is done, say attorneys who specialize in the process. “Generally, the first thing that an owner contemplating the sale of his business would want to do is to meet with his or her competent business and tax adviser to discuss goals and structuring alternatives. Early ...

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JOSH MABUS — Whenever = when? never


We have a saying at Mabus Agency: “If it’s hard to do, it will never get done.” We call it the rule of wheNEVER. And if I’m honest, I’m not the first person to discover this phenomenon. A lot of people just call it human nature. We named this phenomenon as a way to remind ourselves to make things as ...

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BOOKBIZ — An exploration into Patti Smith’s mind and memories

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By Patti Smith 
Published by Alfred A. Knopf       
$25.00 hardback

Patti Smith is a woman of many talents. She’s an accomplished performer, visual artist, and photographer, as well as a punk-rock icon and poet. With the publication of her exceptional memoir Just Kids in 2010, she added National Book Award winner to the list. In Just Kids (which I liked so much I read it twice within a year) Smith ...

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