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Ask McGehee: What’s the history of The Antoinette Apartments on Government Street?

In August of 1911, Mobile’s Register reported “work commenced last week on dismantling of the Government Street home which was occupied by...

Ask McGehee: Recently a brick building on Government Street, just east of Broad Street,...

The building, located at 850 Government St., dated to around 1944 when it housed a new A&P grocery store. Until 1928,...

Ask McGehee: 1116 Government St.

Coca-Cola bottler Walter Bellingrath had the structure built, but it was never part of his gardens on Fowl River.Bellingrath and his wife, ...

Ask McGehee: Historic Marker at the southeast corner of Government and Warren streets

From 1907 until 1952, Alabama’s oldest Jewish congregation worshipped in a temple located at the southeast corner of Government and Warren streets. However,...

The Story of Marie Grissot and Mobile’s First Midwives

Meet the midwife who battled Bienville when Mobile was the capital of French Louisiana.

The Odd History of Cattle Dipping

Across the state, mysterious concrete trenches sit as silent evidence of a bygone rural practice — cattle dipping.

A Sisterhood of Faith

Ten ordained women gather for a roundtable discussion about shared experiences, challenges and the occasional mid-service blunder.

Preserving Mobile’s History with Restore Mobile

Take a walk in Sydney Betbeze's shoes as she fights to preserve the historic districts of Mobile.

Restaurant Review: Kwality Ice Cream

Expand your frozen-treat horizons at Mobile's Kwality Ice Cream.

Artist Spotlight: Marian Acker Macpherson

Mobile artist Marian Acker Macpherson, known for her fanciful maps and ornate etchings of historic structures, was a fixture of her city’s social and creative circles for over half a century.

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