Tag: January 2011

House Lift

Bill Youngblood always knew he wanted to take on the challenge of moving a house. So, when a historic Spring Hill place went up for sale at a...

The Family Business

CorteLoyal to the LandFred Corte keeps busy farming these days, despite saying once that he had plans to retire. The Corte family legacy spurs this Baldwin County man...

Who Dat Dishes

The party is far from over. It has been a year since the Saints marched in to their first Super Bowl and, after 43 long seasons, emerged...

Ask McGehee: 1116 Government St.

Coca-Cola bottler Walter Bellingrath had the structure built, but it was never part of his gardens on Fowl River.Bellingrath and his wife, Bessie, bought a 10-room...

The Conqueror's Mask

French dominance during the first 60 years of Mobile's existence certainly contributes to the expression that Mobile is a "French-ified" city. Glimmers of later 18th- and early 19th-century French...

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