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September 2017

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Ask McGehee

Ask McGehee

Did Mobile ever have a cotton mill?

The Exhibitionists

The Exhibitionists

MB explores the complex ins and outs of installing a fine art exhibition at the Mobile Museum of Art with the people who make it run like clockwork.

UMS-Wright Yellow Day, 09/22/17

UMS-Wright Yellow Day, 09/22/17

UMS-Wright joined families and organizations across the country in observing Childhood Cancer Awareness month. The entire UMS-Wright family joined together to support St. Jude Children's Research Hospital and to help end childhood cancer!

Comfort Zone

Comfort Zone

MB’s contributing food fanatics share the local dishes that made them hungry for more this month.

Fairhope Brewing Company Silobration, 09/14/17

Fairhope Brewing Company Silobration, 09/14/17

Fairhope Brewing Company celebrated another milestone in expansion with the installation and dedication of their grain silo. The new piece of machinery (which holds 60,000 pounds of malted barley) is a great representation of their continued growth.

A View To A Room

A View To A Room

A room can inspire, comfort, challenge or impress. MB took a peek inside these eight unique spaces, a glimpse into the world of the person who created them.

10th Annual GO Run, 09/16/17

10th Annual GO Run, 09/16/17

5K and 1-Mile Fun Run benefiting cancer research at USA Mitchell Cancer Institute

A Closer Look

A Closer Look

Colleen Comer asks Mobile native and Los Angeles-based Kathryn Andrews to demystify the contemporary art world, from one artist to another.

The Home Advantage

The Home Advantage

Inexpensive admissions, attentive audiences and friendly vibes are making house concerts popular with music fans, guest artists and the sponsoring hosts.

Dig In at The Wharf

Dig In at The Wharf

Get ready for a weekend of great food and amazing company.

Harlem Hellfighter: The Story of James Reese Europe

Harlem Hellfighter: The Story of James Reese Europe

He was toasted in Paris and honored in a parade on Fifth Avenue. Here, we recognize the legacy of a World War I hero, jazz great and Mobile native.

Making Mudcakes

Making Mudcakes

A Southern singer leaves the dirt roads behind to make sweet music — and damn good food — for fans and friends on both sides of the Atlantic.

Empire Theatre, 1940

Empire Theatre, 1940

Mobile movies on Lower Dauphin

Hurricane Season

Hurricane Season

As a Mobilian, you may think you know everything about the monster storms. Guess again.

Port City Crescendo

Port City Crescendo

As the quality of Bay area music reaches exciting new heights, these native sons and daughters are perched on the cusp of something big.

These Rugged Days: Alabama in the Civil War

These Rugged Days: Alabama in the Civil War

Local author and MB contributor John S. Sledge shares a sampling from his newest work, a book about Alabama during the Civil War.

Tastings: Kazoola Eatery & Entertainment

Tastings: Kazoola Eatery & Entertainment

A jazz and soul food haunt on Lower Dauphin Street

Top 10 Things to Do in September

Top 10 Things to Do in September

Mark your calendars with this month's top local events you won't want to miss.

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