Tag: July 2021
The History of Yellow Fever in Mobile
An airtight coffin is the ominous symbol of a city paralyzed by a fearsome disease.
The Wreck of the Saint-Antoine
An 18th-century maritime mishap provoked a tense Franco-Spanish standoff over who controlled Mobile Bay.
Battlewagons by Resmondo
The brothers running Resmondo Boat Works are doing more than repairing boats; they’re keeping their father’s legacy alive.
Captain Morgan Tackles Life
The Bait Buff of Barnwell offers all things for anglers in his shop, including wisdom.
A Tribute to the Jubilee
Poet Terri Kirby Erickson shares her tribute to the jubilee, a natural phenomenon that occurs sporadically on the shores of Mobile Bay.
Hunting the Ever Elusive Tripletail
From mid-June through September, the elusive blackfish, also known as the tripletail, makes its way into Mobile Bay.
Talking Foodways with Lith Vining
From a farm in Laos to a food truck in Lower Alabama, Lith Vining follows her heart – and her heart wants to cook you food from half a world away.
Long Live the Fig
Step aside, peaches, and make way for writer Audrey McDonald Atkins’ favorite fruit.
Designer Ashley Gilbreath Creates a Stylish Orange Beach Oasis
Interior designer Ashley Gilbreath infuses an Orange Beach condo with color, pattern and personality.
4 Local Dishes To Try this Month
Our contributing food fanatics share the local dishes that made them hungry for more.
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