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Tag: February 2016

Into the Wild: Part II

Read Part I of "Into the Wild" I was determined to spend two weeks in the Alabama River bottom swamp with little more than a bow, arrows and...

Life after Lee

It seems especially cruel how wonderful the weather is on the drive to Monroeville on Saturday. It's one of the year's few transition days — the days on the calendar that...

10 Best Local Brunches

1. R Bistro & Pastry Where: 334 Fairhope Ave., Fairhope When: 11 a.m. - 3 p.m. | Sundays What to Get: Anything that's covered in crawfish gravy—rice, ...

Recipe: Zucchini Bread Protein Pancakes

You may have heard a time or two that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. This couldn't be more true for food blogger and dietitian Meme...

Ask McGehee

   ABOVE LEFT Amelia Townsend McTyeire was a Mobile native whose husband, Holland McTyeire, a former minister at St. Francis Street Methodist Church, was a...

Ascending the Ladder

A little after noon on a clear, unseasonably warm October day, I find myself on the way to Dauphin Island with Dave Berault. Dave is a Mobile...

The Amazing Life of Mark Johnson

Cops can’t lose fights. That’s not to say they’re incapable of losing fights — just that losing one is not an option. Because wherever there’s a cop, ...

Mobile Ironwork

In 1864, in response to protests from the Mobile Daily Register for better illumination Downtown, the City of Mobile erected more than 200 cast-iron lampposts. Despite years...

From Mobile to Paris

Whenever my wife, Nancy, and I have the good fortune to travel from Fairhope to Paris, we contact Phil and Mary Hyman. We look forward to...

Ordering the Myths and Facts

Organized into three brief parts to make it accessible even for those who don’t normally like reading histories, Ann Pond’s new books cover the origins of the Carnival...

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