Artist Wharton Esherick and his family’s time in Fairhope and at the Organic School changed their lives and inspired his artistic trajectory.
Brothers Julian and Abe Saenger established the Saenger Amusement Company in Shreveport, Louisiana, in 1910.
Deck the halls with a 1952 Christmas parade down Government Street.
For one local historian, memories of gumbo and his grandmother are forever intertwined.
The impact and legacy of Mobile’s first Catholic girls’ school.
The USS Alabama, which has been a popular tourist draw since 1965, was not the first military vessel to bear that name but was the second battleship so named.
Go bananas at the Port of Mobile
A city as old as Mobile is bound to have its share of ghost stories and tales of mysterious creatures.
The ins and outs of a 1950s effort to move the USS Hartford from Virginia to the Mobile Bay Causeway.
According to the 1947 Mobile city directory, Kevin Connors (who got the nickname of Chuck while playing college baseball) was residing at 1221 Texas Street.