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Brooke Boone and Robert Baker

Brooke Tesney Boone and Robert Benjamin Baker were united in marriage at Government Street Presbyterian Church in Mobile on June 11, 2011...

Simply the Best (and Sometimes the Worst) of 2011

Best Bachelor/Bachelorette Both seasons of CMT’s “Sweet Home Alabama” gave America a glimpse at Southern courtship – reality television style. It also supplied some pretty...

Mobile Bay’s 2011 Class of Forty Under 40

Patrick W. Bussey III, 34 President, Bussey Capital Management LLC Education B.S. in Finance, University of Alabama Spouse Amanda Ellis Bussey Children Finn, 2 Hobbies I enjoy spending time...

Going Potluck

Rosey's Mac and Cheese The best recipes are passed down so many times that the origin becomes unknown. Such is the case...

Name in Lights: The Band Perry

The journey from street performances to stadium concerts is long. The Band Perry began its odyssey in lower Alabama. The three siblings, Kimberly,...

Ask McGehee: 1116 Government St.

Coca-Cola bottler Walter Bellingrath had the structure built, but it was never part of his gardens on Fowl River.Bellingrath and his wife, ...

A Valentine to Mobile

The city's rich heritage inspires an award-winning author's heartfelt love letter.We love you, Mobile. We love majestic oak trees on Government Street, ...

Ask McGehee: Silver Collection at Museum of Mobile

Col. Edward Lafayette Russell came to Mobile in 1875 as a legal representative for the Mobile and Ohio Railroad, which was in bankruptcy....

Functional Sculpture

“Call me John B., ” smiles my bespeckled host from behind an outthrust hand. There’s no pretension here. Tan pants, denim shirt -...

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