Like other hotels in Mobile, the St. Andrew flourished during severe housing shortages during World War II.
In 2010, we sat down with naturalist E.O. Wilson to discuss his first work of fiction — a book titled “Anthill” based in large part on his childhood in Mobile.
St. Joseph’s Church was dedicated in 1908 and has been vacant since 2018. The parish itself has a much longer history, however.
Learn the finer points of Lower Alabama’s unique satsuma heritage and pick up some tips for growing the cold-weather citrus in your own backyard.
Maritime historian John S. Sledge recounts the story of a Scottish cartographer’s 18th-century visit to Mobile Bay and the stunning map it yielded.
Explore the glory days of minor league football and the little-known story of the 1965 Mobile Tarpons.
The first moving picture in Mobile was shown at the Mobile Theatre, which stood at the southeast corner of Royal and Conti streets.
Historian John Sledge relates the violent confrontation between Chief Tascalusa and Hernando de Soto.
Historian Tom McGehee explores the history of the Ketchum fountain that was recently removed from Bienville Square for restoration.
Flashback to the 1975 football season with the Davidson High School cheerleading squad.