With a little bit of preparation, you can bring an earthy and satisfying bowl of black-eyed peas to your New Year’s table — and hopefully some good luck along with it.
Deeply traditional and delightfully calorific, the meat and three reflects the resourcefulness and creativity of Southern cooks during hard times.
A supposed 14-year-old digs for oysters in the Bay.
“Remember Mobile” — a romantic, affectionate look at our past in prose and drawings — is a book still worth remembering.
What’s the history of the building on Broad Street that once housed the Red Cross?
Writer Frances Beverly recounts some of the most egregious borrowers of 19th-century Mobile.
Was a Mobile bookstore closed for selling a copy of “Uncle Tom’s Cabin”?
Locals gather to reminisce about the beloved Daphne watering hole, with its bushwackers, great live music and a goat named Billy. Founder Jack West would be proud.
When was Mobile’s airport downtown?
MB looks back at a 50-year-old feature story about our fair city. “Mobile, Alabama’s city in motion”