Tag: Dauphin Island
“Skull Island” or “Massacre Island” were names given to what we have long known as Dauphin Island.
Learn about the 1950s initiative to boost the development of Alabama’s barrier island and the swashbuckling street names it produced.
Sandy beach strolls, rigorous marshy treks, tours of local history — no matter what you’re looking for, this guide will help you plan your next adventure, right in our own neck of the woods.
An aerial shot of the early 19th-century fort on Dauphin Island is rich with detail, color and history.
A photo on Dauphin Island in the late 1950s offers insight into surfing and beachwear.
The Dauphin Island home of Kaye and Mike Tew is the perfect retreat for their children and grandchildren.
At the Dauphin Island Sea Lab, the collaboration between scientists, students and the public is the culmination of a lofty vision put in place 50 years ago.
A Mobile native talks deep sea fishing, artistic inspiration and the decision to go from prescription pad to paint palette.
Alabama’s barrier island is in a constant state of flux, with shorelines — and property lines — threatened by storms and rising sea levels.
Time stands still on the tiny barrier island situated right smack dab between the Mississippi Sound and the Gulf of Mexico. Rediscover the laid-back charm of its favorite old hangouts, and explore other lesser-known treasures there that you never knew existed.