• What's in Her Closet? Fall Wardrobe Staples

    Grab your Pumpkin Spice Latte and light your favorite Fall scented candle, folks. My favorite season is slowly approaching and I could not be more excited! While fall weather in the south doesn’t really start until the end of October, I have decided to take a peek into my closet in order to prepare. Let’s take a look… 

  • Walking The Line

    I’ll admit, I haven’t always been known for my unique sense of style. But I’ve had my moments. Most of the time, I followed the fashion herd with whatever trend was most popular at the time – especially as an impressionable teenager.

  • A Judgement Free Planet

    When I’m not getting treated to personal training sessions or experimenting with new ways to torture myself with infrared hotboxes, my home gym is one of Hattiesburg’s newest facilities, one that just happens to have won Best Place to Work Out in this year’s Best of the Pine Belt awards – Planet Fitness. 

  • The Art of Ink

    Art is subjective. It comes in many different styles and forms – watercolor, acrylics, pottery, beads and yarn, abstract, realism. And it means something different to each individual who views it. Some may have a Picasso or that of a local artisan hanging in a place of prominence in their home. Others may have a Ferrari or a Nissan parked in their garage. A lady might wear an exquisite piece of jewelry fashioned out of platinum and precious stones or a colorful creation of wire and beads made by a child.

  • Signature Magazine's Dapper Duos

    Style is described as a distinctive appearance or a fashionable elegance. It doesn’t have to mean fancy. With that said, Signature Magazine presents its 2018 class of stylishly-dressed men and women of the Pine Belt. This is the seventh year for this feature, and while you’ll still find 12 individuals being spotlighted, this year we’ve paired them up into duos to make things a little more interesting.

  • Tiny Bubbles

    “Come quick! I am tasting stars!” - Dom Perignon
     

    Ah, the lovely bubbles, so satisfying as they dance across your tongue. But is this Champagne? Cava? Prosecco? It's sparkling wine first and foremost. What you call it depends on the region where it is grown. 

  • Craft Cocktail: Blue Hawaii

    Not to be confused with a Blue Hawaiian, which features cream of coconut, the tiki-inspired Blue Hawaii was invented in 1957 at the Hilton Hawaiian Village by head bartender Harry Yee. Originally created to showcase the blue color of Curaçao, our take on this classic ditches the bottled sour mix in lieu of fresh lemon juice and simple syrup. We also kick the party up a notch with the addition of vodka to the Plantation rum base. Not a luau for one, the recipe below serves 3-4 - garnishes NOT optional.   
     

  • Release the Beast: Lazy Magnolia's Timberbeast Rye IPA

    Lazy Magnolia Brewing
    Kiln, MS
    Rye Imperial Pale Ale
    9% ABV | 94 IBUs | Recommended glassare: snifter

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  • TOP CHEF: Darryl Jackson

    Darrel Jackson, Brass Hat

  • An Evening at the Brass Hat

    I’ve always been intrigued by places that are easily reachable, but manage to feel far away. The Brass Hat, located in the new Hotel Indigo in Midtown Hattiesburg, embodies that very feeling.  As Jamie said, “The restaurant is very modern and like nothing I’ve seen in Hattiesburg before.”   When we arrived, we were whisked to a cozy corner table next to the bar and right in the middle of the action. The bar was definitely jumping. We saw a large table of couples sharing appetizers, work associates having after-work cocktails, and a group of young women giggling and swapping stories.

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