South Carlen EP release with special guest Strange Her Saturday, Dec. 9, 9 p.m. Alchemy Tavern, 7 S. Joachim St., 251-441-4471 Tickets: Call for info. The growing number of local bands and continual visits by nationally touring acts are proof Mobile’s music scene is...
You think you have long-range vision? The Gulf Coast Exploreum (65 Government St.) is welcoming a luminary whose eyes and ears are attuned farthest of all. For more than two decades, Dr. Seth Shostak has scanned the heavens looking for evidence of galactic neighbors....
I don’t get a lot of opportunities to review chain restaurants. I’m not going to just walk in and rail on something I know I will hate, but every so often a chain is worth reviewing. That’s especially the case when said chain is something your friends need to know...
After embattled incumbent Sen. Luther Strange lost the primary election, Democrat Doug Jones mounted an unusually competitive campaign against an unpopular Republican candidate, Roy Moore.
More than 23 million gallons of sewage has spilled in the Mobile-Baldwin county area this year, according to Mobile Baykeeper. In a special series of reports, Lagniappe is exploring why Mobile is struggling with an aging sewer and stormwater infrastructure and how Baldwin County is racing to keep up with explosive population growth.
For decades, the Mobile Housing Board of Commissioners has been beset by financial shortcomings and dilapidating infrastructure. But with a new executive director and changing membership, the board is continuing to move forward with plans to update its affordable housing stock.