Posts from February 2023

Nearly a century after Pure Oil was filling gas tanks on Automobile Alley in Mobile, Alabama, customers are still fueling up in the same space. Nowadays, though, it's on pimento cheese sandwiches

Alabama’s Mobile-Tensaw River Delta is one of the richest repositories of life on the planet. A writer tours this vibrant but vulnerable ecosystem with the human who knows it best. Plus: More great

Mobile Mardi Gras | Mobile, Alabama

The first actual Mardi Gras celebration in the US took place in Mobile, Ala. in 1703, and it was a city clerk named Joe Cain who revived the Mardi Gras tradition

Africatown Heritage House- Mobile, AL

The Alabama city made headlines in 2019 when the mouldering remains of the Clotilda – the last known ship to bring captive Africans into the US in the mid-19th

A terrible, cruel part of U.S. history will become better known this summer when the Africatown Heritage House opens to the public in Mobile, Alabama.

The 5,000-square-foot house will be a museum that

You may think of the “Big Easy” on Fat Tuesday, but other towns throughout Louisiana and the wider Gulf Coast play host to raucous celebrations

Mobile is considered by many to be the birthplace of

Mobile, Alabama (February 6, 2023) – At a February 3 event honoring the 110 survivors of the Clotilda, the last slave ship to arrive in the United States, the page was turned for the next chapter of

Mobile, Ala. (February 1, 2023) — Visit Mobile announces plans to prepare for continued tourism growth in Mobile with changes within the organization which include internal promotions, structural