Tag: December 2017
Notable Women 2017
In this special section of Mobile Bay Magazine, meet some of the Bay area’s most successful, innovative and dynamic women. From the medical field to the restaurant...
What is the oldest house in Mobile?
How to Be Beautiful in Old Mobile
Born in 1865, Frances V. Beverly toiled away at her home on Government Street throughout the 1930s and ‘40s, ...
Bite of the Bay
MB's contributing food fanatics share the local dishes that made them hungry for more this month.
Not Your Usual Duck Hunt
Mobilian Howard Harper reflects on a lifelong search for the perfect duck decoy.
“Mobile” Santa, 1951
The man in red with adoring fans Original photo from the Erik Overbey Collection, The Doy Leale McCall Rare Book and Manuscript Library, University of...
Mobile Bay’s Top 10 Recipes of 2017
It's no secret Southerners like to eat, and boy, do we eat well. Enjoy this collection of 10 of the most delicious recipes featured in Mobile Bay this year.
Mobile Bay's Top 10 Stories of 2017
1. "Urban Reclaim, " February 2017 Thanks to preservation-minded individuals and organizations, these formerly abandoned buildings will stand proud for decades to come. Text by Chelsea...
Mobile Bay's Top 10 Photos of 2017
We close the door on 2017 with a look at some of the most eye-catching photos of the year. ABOVE Nothing says Americana like a wooden...
Harmful algal blooms, or “red tides,” have long been associated with Florida, but the Alabama coast is well within its toxic reach.
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