• The Nutcracker: Dec, 8-9 & 14-16

    The Nutcracker: Dec, 8-9 & 14-16

    The magic and wonder of Christmas comes to life in South Mississippi Ballet Theatre’s annual production of The Nutcracker. 

  • December Happenings

    December Happenings

    Dec. 6-9
    Sanders Family Christmas
    7PM & 2PM @ Sumrall Community Theatre

  • HAPPENINGS - NOVEMBER 2018

    HAPPENINGS - NOVEMBER 2018

    SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3
    HUB CITY MAKER’S MARKET 
    10AM-4PM @ TOWN SQUARE PARK 

    The Hub City Maker’s Market takes place the first Saturday of each month and is a great place to get one-of-a-kind holiday gifts and keepsakes. The market’s goal is to give local artists a chance to sell their wares and educate the public about arts and skills, such as leather working, forging metal, crochet/knitting, wood working, sewing, glass work, pottery/ceramics and more.

    For more information, visit online at hubcitymakersmarket.com.

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  • HAPPENINGS - OCTOBER 2018

    HAPPENINGS - OCTOBER 2018

    THURSDAYS IN OCTOBER
    DOWNTOWN BROWN BAG CONCERT LUNCHEON SERIES
    11:30AM - 1PM  @ VARIOUS LOCATIONS

  • VisitHattiesburg presents Restaurant Week

    VisitHattiesburg presents Restaurant Week

    The Hub City is known for its many culinary offerings and VisitHattiesburg is putting them front and center during the city’s inaugural Restaurant Week. 

    By partnering with local restaurants and hotels to highlight culinary delights to visitors, VisitHattiesburg expects this event to attract foodies from across the southeastern United States. 

    OctoberFEAST is the overall theme for the week-long events with individual focuses each day. 

  • September 2018 Happenings

    September 2018 Happenings

    September 8
    LEAF RIVER FEST
    3PM - til @ Chain Park

  • remembering robin: Friends, family gather to remember Hattiesburg’s #legenderial favorite

    remembering robin: Friends, family gather to remember Hattiesburg’s #legenderial favorite

    When Hattiesburg’s Robin Wentworth took his last breath on the morning of June 13, the Pine Belt lost one of its favorite adopted sons. 

    Just eight short months earlier, he had been diagnosed with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, also known as ALS or Lou Gehrig’s disease, and doctors were clear that his health would soon decline.

    Refusing to give up, Wentworth continued to live his life to the fullest – making the most of his time left. 

  • Four more welcomed to the bopb hall of fame

    Four more welcomed to the bopb hall of fame

    For the third year, Signature Magazine inducted four new members into the Best of the Pine Belt Hall of Fame. Inductions were made during a dinner at 206 Front and sponsored by First Bank, prior to the Best of the Pine Belt Awards Show at the Saenger Theater.

  • The Best of the Best

    The Best of the Best

    Eight years ago, Signature Magazine instituted the Best of the Pine Belt Awards, designed to showcase the Who’s Who of the Pine Belt’s businesses, personalities, cuisine and charitable organizations. That was followed four years later by the Best of the Pine Belt Awards Show, where the awards were given to spotlight the people, places and businesses that make the area unique.

  • Laughs 4 Life Presents: Tig Notaro

    Laughs 4 Life Presents: Tig Notaro

     Home is typically the place that still brings out a smile in all of us in the darkest of times. 

     “As we started planning this year’s Laughs 4 Life event this idea of celebrating home became an idea we wanted to embrace,” said Kent Oliver, who oversees the Hatttiesburg event. 

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