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The first Mardi Gras parade of the season rolled last weekend and now February is upon us. The next month is filled with balls, parades, beads and revelers. For those that aren't keen on Mardi Gras … more
Each year as Mardi Gras season approaches, people start searching for the best King Cake.Newcomers to the area might wonder what a King Cake is or why it is associated with Mardi Gras. Either way, … more
In 2018, the long lost, but never forgotten schooner Clotilda was finally located by award-winning environmental journalist, filmmaker and Fairhope resident Ben Raines. The remnants of the last … more
The iconic Budweiser Clydesdales are coming to town to join in on the Mardi Gras celebrations. This will be the horses' fourth appearance locally since 2016. This year, revelers will have the … more
January is coming to a close and there are some interesting things to explore while the weather is cool and the humidity is low. While the weather has been unseasonably frigid this January, we have … more
Brent Burns has spent nearly his entire adult life doing what most people dream about: doing what he loves and making a living. Along the way he has traveled the world, made national and world news … more
Do you set a new year's resolution each year? Setting smaller more achievable goals like learning a new skill or trying something new might be a great place to start. Here are a couple of our … more
The #BettyWhiteChallenge, meant to encourage fans of the "Golden Girls" star to honor her with animal shelter donations this month, means families in Baldwin County can adopt a new pet for just 99 … more
Mother Nature has really been toying with the weather along the Gulf Coast this January, but you shouldn't let that keep you at home. The weather this weekend looks promising, so get out for a date … more
Your spouse might call it junk. Your neighbors might call it an eyesore. The folks at America Pickers television show might just want a look at it. The show, featured on the History Channel, is … more
Darrell Sudduth’s grandfather used a mule to help squeeze the juice from towering stalks of sugar cane. Decades later, Sudduth uses a tractor for the same process. He doesn’t have a … more
Popular local band Gypsy Spark will join acclaimed storytellers Harriet Outlaw and Frank Tiger at Historic Blakeley State Park tonight for a family-friendly performance. The night is part of the … more
Custom doors, an oversized kitchen and reclaimed woodwork make this year’s 2021 Parade of Homes Showcase Home a stunning example of the beauty that comes from carefully planned details. This … more
The crew here spends many rehearsals yelling at the actors from the dark and empty rows of seats. The lead character dons spikey, glittering heels that teeter at a stunning seven inches tall. It … more
In just three short years the Stapleton Bluegrass Festival has been named the top bluegrass event in Alabama by Bama Buzz. Of course, the locals who have loved, grown, and helped revive the … more
Something spooky this way comes! It’s October and that means spooky season on the Gulf Coast. Check out this list of fun activities for ghosts and goblins of every age to celebrate … more
Throughout the month of October, The Wharf at Orange Beach will host a variety of free, family friendly events including Totally 80’s Girls’ Night Out, Hall-O-Wharf and several concerts … more
Rhoda Penmark is an excellent student, a talented pianist, tidy, mannerly and a delight to her loving parents, friends, and why does her mother, Christine, have a growing unease … more
Historic Blakeley State Park and Five Rivers Delta Resource Center invite birding enthusiasts from throughout the Gulf Coast region to come along as we explore one of the richest bird habitats in the … more
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