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FOLEY — Foley Main Street's Cat Alley has reached its second phase and is searching for artists to create three new murals. The three murals will depict various aspects of Foley's history. … more
Step into the wonderful world of Harry Potter at the Hogsmeade Halloween Festival Oct. 7. The festival is back after a three-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic and promises a fun day for … more
The Alabama Gulf Coast has been the backdrop of many movies big and small, but there’s no better way to welcome the spooky Halloween season than with a Stephen King movie. Gulf Coast Media … more
It is time to celebrate. This year marks the 50th year of the Annual National Shrimp Festival in Gulf Shores. Get ready for a weekend full of food, music and fun Oct. 12-15. The Annual National … more
The Coastal Alabama Down Syndrome Society's annual Buddy Walk has fun additions and a new home for the 2023 event. This year's revamped Buddy Walk will take over Loxley Municipal Park Saturday, Oct. … more
Goodbye, September. Hello, October. That was fast! With fall in full swing, the weekend calendar is full of events. There were so many amazing events this weekend that we couldn't just pick five. The … more
The United States has grappled with a teacher shortage since the 1970s, and Baldwin County schools are trying to address this issue to ensure its educators remain unaffected. A survey by the … more
AUBURN UNIVERSITY — Many people associate garden chrysanthemums, or mums, with the beginning of autumn. These floral features are already occupying garden centers and front porches around the … more
A 34-year-old Bay Minette man was killed Monday, Sept. 18, when his vehicle and a tractor-trailer collided on Interstate-65. The crash occurred about 6:02 a.m. when a 2015 Ford Explorer driven … more
While TikTok often gets a bad rap as a time-waster, in reality, there are thousands of influencers on the app sharing content designed to inspire, educate and encourage creativity. It's no wonder … more
A sophomore at Spanish Fort High School tied for first place at the Alabama State Chess Championship, which took place from Sept. 1-3 in Madison. Kevin Judice, who competed in the reserve section at … more
Parrot Heads will soon be flocking to Gulf Shores as members of the international Jimmy Buffet fan club Parrot Heads in Paradise seek to move the annual Meeting of the Minds from Key West to The … more
FAIRHOPE — Local artist Hannah Legg is diving into her own sea of creativity and bringing the wall beside the Fairhope Hampton Inn parking garage to life. After Legg created eight designs … more
FOLEY — Foley will go to the police dogs Sept. 24-29, as the 2023 United States Police Canine Association (USPCA) PD1 K-9 Nationals welcome more than 100 police K-9s and handlers. … more
BOX** WANT TO GO? ** The award-winning Stapleton Bluegrass Festival is gearing up for this year’s festival Oct. 28. The festival was a staple of the fall calendar in the early 1980s after the … more
Fans of all things fungi, foraging and sustainability will gather at the picturesque Week's Bay Plantation Oct. 20-22 for the first Gulf Coast Fungi Festival. The festival is the first of its kind on … more
Well, hello fall-ish weather! Please stay awhile. Get out early and enjoy the crisp fall-feeling mornings the Gulf Coast has enjoyed this week. The best part of this weather is cool mornings, … more
AUBURN UNIVERSITY — Tailgating is a time-honored tradition in the world of sports. No tailgate is complete without an assortment of delectable food offerings. From burgers and wings to cheese … more
The Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (ADCNR) is expanding its awareness campaign about two species of invasive carp that pose a potential threat to the state's native … more
It is never too early to make plans for New Year’s Eve, and Mobile announced today the lineup for the MoonPie Over Mobile 2024 celebration. The 16th year of the MoonPie Over Mobile will be … more
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