Eleanor Inge Baker
The Sundance award-winning documentary releasing to international audiences this October captures Africatown’s complicated history and hope for the future.
The addition of bacon can turn a despised appetizer into a fail-proof party treat. Eleanor Inge Baker cracks open the perfect deviled egg.
Kreis Beall, cofounder and creative force behind Blackberry Farm, lived a beautiful and inspiring life, but a series of devastating personal losses led her to turn inward for the first time.
A partnership between the 1857 Foundation and a local, prominent mystic society allowed for the full restoration of one of downtown Mobile’s beloved architectural old dames.
With an emphasis on joyful, healthy living, yoga teacher and energy healer, Manja Podratz, helps her students take a mindfulness practice from the mat to their daily lives.
In his transcontinental quest to repair his great-great-grandfather’s 1902 Hollenbeck drilling, Dr. George B. Inge found an unlikely job as an international importer of fine drillings and shotguns from the old country.
Beloved local catering legend, Wimberly Hory, passed away at age 94 in June, but her recipes, wit and magnanimous spirit live on in the memories of family, friends and in her cookbook, “Wimberly Cooks.”
The world-renowned speaker and author of two best-selling books will give a keynote address at the Convention Center this fall.
A local entrepreneur makes a name for herself nationally with her pretty and practical carry-alls.
Native Mobilian and author Lauren Koffler Denton shares with her former college roommate her thoughts on books, writing and the way water sets the stage for her rich Southern stories.
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