Mobile’s mid-century traditionalist extraordinaire remained true to the architecture of the past as it was being destroyed all around the city.
In all its gaudy grandeur, Carnival utilizes — and manifests itself in — every form of art.
With plenty of space for entertaining and for privacy, this distinctive home design was popular with Mobile’s oldest families.
With their discerning eyes and restorative hands, three Mobile couples redefine rural retreats in Wilcox County.
As part of our series highlighting the History Museum of Mobile’s exhibit “A History of Mobile in 22 Objects,” take a closer look this month at the story of Mardi Gras, told through Chief Slac’s Joe Cain Day costume from the 1970s.
A physician-turned-cabin-master builds rustic log getaways designed to bring owners back to nature.
Get a taste of Mobile’s longstanding appreciation of libations, from olden vino to modern-day malts.
Four matriarchs of style and artistic expression illustrate the development of the city’s chic mystique.
Explore the story, magic and chic of architectural salvage in Mobile.
A brief history of the iconic Southern architectural style and the new generation taking aim at repurposing shotgun houses for a multitude of uses
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