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Ask McGehee: What is the story behind that Egyptian temple downtown?

What Mobilians have most recently called “The Temple Downtown” is currently an event venue but was created as Mobile’s Scottish Rite Cathedral, ...

This vs That

Bay Minette vs. Daphne WINNER: Bay Minette When Daphne refused to cede its county seat title to Bay Minette, as...

Ask McGehee: Didn’t Mobile once have two different daily newspapers?

In the late 1920s, Mobile had only one newspaper, which published a morning and weekly afternoon edition. Mississippi-born Frederick Ingate Thompson...

Our Catholic Forebearers

Catholics, perhaps more than any other local group, have a history and existence that is tightly woven together with that of...

Spotlight: Mr. Willie

A good ice cream truck is always heard before it’s seen, and when “Pop Goes the Weasel” fills the streets of Midtown,...

Mobile Bay’s 2009 Class of Forty Under 40

Charles H. Spurgeon once said, “Every generation needs regeneration.” The honorees featured in the following pages have distinguished themselves through their leadership, professional excellence...

Potluck Saturday Supper

The scenic little Baldwin County town of Magnolia Springs has won a reputation for its charm. Its water mail route (one of the...

The Greek Legacy

Greeks in Mobile and Baldwin counties When my wife and I moved to Mobile, in August 1970, we were living...

Daphne, the Jubilee City

Daphne is home to people who came to partake of the rich resources of Mobile Bay’s eastern shore. They gathered to collect seafood miraculously...

Ask McGehee: What is the history of Baytreat at Battles Wharf in Baldwin County?

Nestled among the waterfront estates of Battles Wharf is a facility owned and operated by Mobile’s Government Street Presbyterian Church. While architecturally resembling...

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