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Where is Mardi Gras celebrated outside of New Orleans?

You don't have to go to the Big Easy to experience all the fun. Here are four other U.S. cities that celebrate Mardi Gras in style.

Mardi Gras in

MOBILE Ala. (WKRG) — If you are looking for something fun, educational and free, the Visit Mobile is offering walking tours of historic downtown Mobile in April.

The annual event is organized by the

SOCU Southern Kitchen & Oyster Bar

After finding herself wanting for a boxed waffle mix that met her high standards for breakfast, Erica Barrett launched a culinary brand from her hometown of Mobile,

Extraordinary dishes and delectable libations are the hallmarks of any memorable travel experience, and Mobile, Alabama, offers just that. Our wide variety of unique, locally owned establishments

From haunted inns to seriously creepy cemeteries, there's nothing quite like learning the intriguing history of a place famous for ghostly sightings—especially around Halloween. But abandoned towns in

Living in metro Atlanta, the world is your oyster when it comes to travel. Planes from 30 regional, domestic and international airlines take off every few minutes from Hartsfield-Jackson International

One Tank Trip to Mobile, Alabama

Wednesday, July 21, 2021 12:00 PM by Andrew Felts

There is no greater place to experience the most diverse food, music, culture, and history in the United States than along the Gulf Coast. For those of us in the New Orleans Metro Area, that just

With a flourishing food scene, beautiful architecture, spectacular gardens, a festive atmosphere, historical sites and upbeat bars, Mobile has a lot going for it. It’s where history and culinary

Mardi Gras may be over but the (socially distant) party doesn’t have to end. This year, I’m extending “Fat Tuesday” and plan to enjoy stuffing my face with coastal-inspired dishes every day of the

Mobile's City Center is Electric | Good Grit

Wednesday, November 25, 2020 10:00 AM

Good Grit | Downtown Redux