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.
Mobile author Frye Gaillard coauthors a children’s book about a little-known story in Alabama history.
When did Alcoa operate in Mobile?
What is Mobile’s beer brewing history?
Mobile’s second shell-paved route, Bay Shell Road, once had a reputation for being the “most famous of all Alabama driveways,” according to a 1912 article published in “Municipal Journal.”...
Did Mobile really have a nutria rodeo?
Boys enjoy a game of football in Spring Hill
What is the history of Hartwell Field, and was it Mobile’s first baseball park?
Mobilian and baseball legend Satchel Paige comes to life
What is the history of the cannon at Government and Houston streets?