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Tag: October 2015

Ask McGehee

Since one fall day in 1973, Alabama’s only coastal lighthouse has stood forlornly alone on Sand Island. The first lighthouse here was originally built in 1838 to mark...

Schoolyard Rivalry

It’s easily the most intense college football rivalry in the country — Auburn vs. Alabama. And if you live in the Heart of Dixie, which team you support matters...

Catching up with Rebecca Roubion

It’s been more than two years since we last spoke with Mobile native and Nashville-based singer-songwriter Rebecca Roubion. From an appearance on NPR to the recent launch of her first full-length album, ...

Trio: Words, Vision and Sound

Painting by Erin Gregory   The world is full of people...

Let George Do It

George takes a stroll out on the Celeste property that was once a burden. After oil was struck there, George...

Autumn Over the Bay

   ABOVE Entertaining guests on the wharf, the porch or even just in the backyard is such an adventure in autumn. Take advantage of cooler temps and changing...

The Ghost of Zundel’s Wharf

A typical Point Clear morning in October finds light, cool east breezes filtering through the pine trees, brushing Mobile Bay into a glassy calm. Occasionally, the breezes...

Behind the Masks

Lights flood the stadium, and spectators adorned in their team’s colors cheer from the crowded seats. It’s halftime, and the football players have retreated into the locker...

Recipe: Pasta Jambalaya

Nothing says fall in the South quite like a big bowl of jambalaya. It's the ultimate comfort food. While every family has their favorite version of the Creole classic, ...

Fashion on the Go

A new trend in the fashion world is stopping customers in the streets. Boutique trucks are popping up along the Gulf Coast, bringing the latest looks right to you. The...

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