• 2019 Best of the Pine Belt Finalists

    The following individuals and businesses are among this year's finalists in Signature Magazine's annual "Best of the Pine Belt" competition, held in conjunction with FestivalSouth. Voting begins Feb. 14 at www.festivalsouth.org – Congratulations to all of this year's nominees!

  • 2019 Best of the Pine Belt "Shops, Wares, and Services" Finalists

    The following individuals and businesses are among this year's finalists in Signature Magazine's annual "Best of the Pine Belt" competition, held in conjunction with FestivalSouth. Voting begins Feb. 14 at www.festivalsouth.org – Congratulations to all of this year's nominees!

     

    Best Attorney
    Elizabeth Porter
    Lane Dossett
    Robin Roberts
    Shawn Lowrey
    Tangi Carter

  • 2019 Best of the Pine Belt "Recreation, Health, and Beauty" Finalists

    The following individuals and businesses are among this year's finalists in Signature Magazine's annual "Best of the Pine Belt" competition, held in conjunction with FestivalSouth. Voting begins Feb. 14 at www.festivalsouth.org – Congratulations to all of this year's nominees!

     

    Best Barber Shop
    The Barber Studio
    JC Cook's Barber Shop
    Guild and Gentry
    Squared Up

  • 2019 Best of the Pine Belt "Food and Drink" Finalists

    The following individuals and businesses are among this year's finalists in Signature Magazine's annual "Best of the Pine Belt" competition held in conjunction with FestivalSouth. Voting begins Feb. 14 at www.festivalsouth.org – Congratulations to all of this year's nominees!

     

    Best Appetizer
    Cheese Rolls  - Glorybound Gyro Company
    Crab Meat Wontons – Crescent City Grill
    Debris Fries – Keg & Barrel
    Fresh Rolls – Jutama’s
    Sully Sacks – Sully’s Tavern

  • 2019 Best of the Pine Belt "Arts, Culture, and Entertainment" Finalists

    The following individuals and businesses are among this year's finalists in Signature Magazine's annual "Best of the Pine Belt" competition held in conjunction with FestivalSouth. Voting begins Feb. 14 at www.festivalsouth.org – Congratulations to all of this year's nominees!

     

  • 2019 Best of the Pine Belt "Attractions and Lifestyles" Finalists

    The following individuals and businesses are among this year's finalists in Signature Magazine's annual "Best of the Pine Belt" competition, held in conjunction with FestivalSouth. Voting begins Feb. 14 at www.festivalsouth.org – Congratulations to all of this year's nominees!

     

    Best Ambassador of The Avenues
    Paul Sims
    Hunter White
    Mary Dryden
    Bradley Myers
    James Iverson

  • Happenings: February 2019

    FEB. 8
    NIGHT TO SHINE
    5-8pm @ TEMPLE BAPTIST CHURCH

    Join Temple Baptist for a prom-night experience for people with special needs. Celebrating the uniqueness of each individual prom guest by providing an unforgettable night where they are welcomed, valued and loved, a Night to Shine is an unforgettable prom night experience, centered on God’s love, for people with special needs ages 14 and older.

     

    FEB. 9 
    GLENN MILLER ORCHESTRA 
    8PM @ SAENGER THEATER

  • Open Arms

    Photos by Lee Cave, C Studio

     

    Hattiesburg's Michael Dixon embraces life - and has from the start. Even during those days he didn't know what was next, he knew the right opportunity would come along. And he's never been disappointed. 

  • Noteworthy: Just Write About Love

    “Like lost children, we live our unfinished adventures...” 
                                                                                   - Guy Debord

     

  • Meet Your Neighbor: Leigh Ann and Greg Underwood

    First impressions are important. For Greg and Leigh Ann Underwood of Hattiesburg, it was most definitely not love at first sight.

    In fact, Leigh Ann found herself hoping she would be out of town at times when the group of friends that included Greg got together.

    The couple met through Leigh Ann’s roommate, who had known Greg from high school and eventually married Greg’s roommate.

     “She went to the sister school to his all- boys school,” said Leigh Ann. “There was always a picture of him in my room.”

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