W. Kamau Bell, comedian, author and radio show host, talks to MB about his Mobile roots and his latest visit to the city, during which he filmed an episode for the third season of his CNN series “United Shades of America.”
Farming is a tough way to make a living, but for these folks working the land — many of them fourth- or fifth-generation farmers — the fields of Baldwin County are the only places they want to be.
The beaches along the Gulf Coast are as varied as the personalities of those who frequent them, but some rules seem to apply.
One Saturday in May, a traffic jam of boats converges upon a handful of river camps up in the Mobile Delta for the Poker Run.
Bayou La Batre is a less-traveled hub of industry and family charm, with miles of history and tradition to discover.
Let the changing seasons inspire your florals and sweet decisions.
Family history is passed in the most tangible way through an heirloom ring. These three local wedding vendors’ rings stand out from those that they see every day because of their family significance.
One bunco group has celebrated each family milestone together with flair and delicious food at luncheons and fetes for more than 30 years.
Put your knowledge of Mobile to the ultimate test with this quiz of little-known Port City facts.
A few of the many reasons we're proud to call this place home