Get a taste of Mobile’s longstanding appreciation of libations, from olden vino to modern-day malts.
A new traveling exhibit from the Doy Leale McCall Rare Book and Manuscript Library reveals a local musician’s struggles, accomplishments and support of the Jewish community in Mobile.
A picturesque cruise in the Delta with 'The Gulf' author Jack Davis, Jimbo Meador and Watt Key.
What is the history of the recently vacated federal courthouse on St. Joseph Street?
On the night of Feb. 12, 1905, a cook at the Battle House Hotel discovered a fire burning in a storage room located above the hotel’s kitchen. All 147...
Encounter Mobile Bay’s notorious piratical scoundrel.
Was there another train wreck similar to the Sunset Limited disaster?
A flag often confused with the Confederacy instead represents a fascinating page in our local history.
A little more than 200 years ago, the world’s most frightening fleet anchored off our shores and stayed for months.
Gordon Smith, pictured first row on the far left, is just one of many merchants of his generation who traveled to Mobile with dreams of starting his own business....