Author: Kevin Lee

Gettin’ down with Dickens

When Charles Dickens penned “A Christmas Carol” in 1843, little did many realize the archetypes he was planting on a holiday that wasn’t the calendar heavyweight we know now. Christmas trees and greeting cards were still nascent...

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MOJO’s Blue(s) Christmas

A special time of year calls for a special schedule and the Mystic Order of the Jazz Obsessed is following suit. Their monthly celebration of truly American music has been moved to the third Monday of December rather than its...

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Give through Gloria Dei

Nothing could fit with the spirit of the Christmas season better than a gathering of souls dedicated to dissolving delineation and give their time toward inspiring others then turning the fruits of those efforts into further...

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Hilltop holiday harmonies

The ethereal setting of St. Joseph’s Chapel is the perfect setting for this Yuletide concert bringing several organizations together for seasonal salute. The Greater Mobile Bay Area Choral Society, the Spring Hill College...

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Students vie for state poetry prize

The written word becomes a battleground when 10 students from eight high schools in three Alabama counties meet to compete for a place in the state competition. In three rounds, eight will recite poems selected from an official...

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Brits move into Mobile Museum of Art

Next year will not only be the Mobile Museum of Art’s 50th anniversary but will also mark Mobile’s Year of Great Britain celebrating more than a couple centuries of peaceful and prosperous relations with the nation that held...

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Mobile artist hits the Big Apple

A little bit of Mobile meets Manhattan while artist Sarah Otts has her work on display in Chelsea’s Agora Gallery. The show – Kaleidoscope of the Mind – runs through Nov. 19 and matches Otts’ expressionist works with eight other...

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