Jill Clair Gentry
Fairhope’s Don Prosch rose above childhood adversity to become a professional dancer, teacher, coach and entrepreneur.
Mobile's Wallace Tutt gained international fame and fortune but never forgot his old friends.
A growing community of hostesses finds fellowship and inspiration in the art of setting a table.
Dirk McCall brings his love for art and the water together to create “art you can surf.”
A Mobile native talks deep sea fishing, artistic inspiration and the decision to go from prescription pad to paint palette.
Mobile is known to many as The City of Perpetual Potential. The team at Innovation PortAL wants that moniker gone — for good.
Impact 100, a locally founded nonprofit organization, approaches charitable giving in a way that’s brilliantly simple — and wonderfully effective.
Mobile author Frye Gaillard coauthors a children’s book about a little-known story in Alabama history.
The 75th anniversary of Scoutshire Woods revives memories of youthful, Girl Scout fun.
A grandmother’s handwritten message of just three words inspires generations of young women.