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Spotlight: A Comic Cowboy

Since 1884, the Comic Cowboys of Wragg Swamp have brought political satire and cultural humor to Mobile’s Mardi Gras experience. The group...

Ask McGehee: Who was Sidney McCall?

Over its long history, Mobile has established a reputation for producing talented and successful writers.  As the 19th century progressed, there...

Restoration Wish List

Mobile has made tremendous progress on the historic-preservation front in recent years. The Battle House, the GM&O Railroad Building, the Protestant Children's Home and...

Where to Honeymoon When

JANUARY Just a few hours north, Birmingham, Ala., puts you in touch with nature. See the state in a new...

Mighty Vessels

American warships have been named Alabama even before we became a state in 1819. The first of the five U.S. Navy ships to...

Southern Spirit

My first impulse upon finishing Edward O. Wilson and Alex Harris’ delightful new book, “Why We Are Here: Mobile and the Spirit...

Spotlight on Mike Hutchison

Along the banks of Mobile Bay, on the pristine lawn of The Grand Hotel, a historic cannon erupts at 3:45 p.m....

Little Red Schoolhouse

In 1920, The Blakeley School, above and opposite, was erected on Magnolia Church Road, just north of Spanish Fort....

Bringing Home History

Spider Alley. No, it’s not the title of a Stephen King novel. Paul and Pat Mayer’s Spring Hill home takes its name...

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...

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