As we kick off the fall season, it's the perfect time to get out and explore all the rich and interesting history that the Gulf Coast has to offer. The temperature is somewhat cooler, and it will be really cool for the whole family to take a trip back in time without having a DeLorean and a bolt of lightning to get them there. It will be a special time filled with memories that will last a lifetime.
An orange leaf dangles from a tree in my front yard and temperatures dip below eighty signaling the surrender of summer to autumn. Before the last piece of candy corn has been eaten, the holiday season is upon us. November is an ideal time to stop, reflect and give thanks for the abundance of riches in our own backyard.
I’ve lived in Mobile since I was born, so it’s always interesting to see the city from outsiders' eyes (this includes my husband, an import from Louisiana). To me, Mobile and all of its quirks are totally normal, but to others, well, it’s got some splainin’ to do.
It can be tough for guys to come up with Valentine's Day gift ideas. Although they really can't go wrong with anything pink, red and love-inspired, we've compiled a list of suggestions with a Southern twist perfect for any guy wanting to show his Southern girl how much he cares.
Every year on the first Saturday of May, “the most exciting two minutes in sports” the Run for the Roses (AKA, the Kentucky Derby) takes place. The viewership and anticipation exceeds that for any other horse race.
If you grew up in the Empire State of the South (because real Georgians know that Georgia didn’t officially get the nickname the Peach State until the mid-1990s), there’s a good chance you’ll identify with these only-in-Georgia experiences.