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The I-10 Mobile River Bridge Project is uncovering historical artifacts around the Bay Area, including the remnants of the Down the Bay neighborhood.
In honor of our first-ever history-themed issue, MB asked Mobile Bay-area historians and researchers to share unusual, amazing or almost-forgotten stories that make up our rich history.
Former RV City dwellers reminisce about the Mardi Gras of yore.
In January 1781, while the Revolutionary War raged in the northeast, British forces attempted a sneak attack on a Spanish fortification on the eastern shore of Mobile Bay.
Horse racing, an outdoor movie theater, a roller coaster — and incredible Bay views — are a few things we’re missing.
Spanish Fort’s new container park is a treat for every palate.
The first thing to do upon arriving in a new place is to get your bearings. Which way is north? Will the I-165 connector take me to Downtown Mobile or leave me wallowing in the swamps of the Causeway? What are the differences between across the Bay, down the Bay and over the Bay? These are important things to know!
MB looks back at a 50-year-old feature story about our fair city. “Mobile, Alabama’s city in motion”
ABOVE Watt’s daughter, Mary Michael, his son, Albert, center, and Albert’s friend, John Michael Nipper, take...
A little-known neighborhood tucked away on Mobile Bay is a treasure, with views and stories galore.