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For Laura Pfizenmayer, all the world’s a stage. More than 100 of her scripts have been performed in theaters across the U.S., many based on difficult events of her own life. Almost all are … more
Port of Mobile Cruise Saturday, May 8 9 a.m. - noon This cruise winds through the scenic delta and down the historic Mobile River for a relaxing voyage through the Port of Mobile. Along the … more
SummerTide, the University of Alabama’s professional summer theatre, returns to Gulf Shores for its 18th season. After celebrating its 16th anniversary in 2019 with Forever Plaid and taking a … more
Baldwin County’s stage just grew a little larger. Chase S. Morrisette, whose production of “Magnolia” made its world premiere in 2019 to standing room only audiences, will open … more
Regionally recognized singer/songwriter Mike Turner is being honored next week as the University of South Alabama Art Gallery’s first poet of the week. Turner has earned multiple musical … more
Historic Blakeley State Park is pleased to the announce it has added a kayak launch to its growing list of amenities. The facility, which features a handicapped-accessible ramp and floating dock, is … more
The Alabama School of the Arts at the University of Mobile will present ‘Spring Spectacular – A Night of Celebration,’ a family-friendly outdoor concert extravaganza followed by fireworks on … more
The City of Gulf Shores’ Music at Meyer Park continues this weekend. The free springtime concerts are a fan favorite of locals and visitors. Upcoming performances are: • April 15 - Red and … more
The 12th Annual Bama Coast Cruisin’ returns to Orange Beach April 22-24. This car show is immensely popular with residents, tourists and car enthusiasts. The event showcases the finest in … more
Alabama Gulf Seafood announced that chef registration for participation in its rescheduled sixth Annual Alabama Seafood Cook-Off (ASCO) — set … more
The Baldwin County Master Gardeners’ (BCMG) Spring Plant Sale will continue this weekend today and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. across from Weeks Bay Reserve on Hwy 98, west of Fish River Bridge. … more
Officially the painting is known as “The Last Stand for Mobile.” But it could easily instead be titled, “The many faces of Brian.” The painting depicts a very busy … more
It can be argued that the men who died at the Battle of Blakeley in 1865, estimated at more than 200 from both sides of the lines, died in vain. General Robert E. Lee had surrendered in Virginia … more
There was a huge turnout for the annual Easter Festival held Sunday, March 28, at Bicentennial Park in North Baldwin County. This event was sponsored by the Baldwin County Archives & History … more
Friday, April 2, 6 – 8 p.m.: First Friday Art Walk. Live music by Jay Megginson inside and performing arts by The Studio outside. Free admission. Refreshments and music sponsored by Wynona’s … more
The "Don't Drop It On Alabama" Spring Cleanup is held during the month of April each year and is available to Alabama cities, counties, and communities. All supportive cleanup materials are provided … more
The Alabama School of the Arts at the University of Mobile will present ‘Spring Spectacular – A Night of Celebration,’ a family-friendly outdoor concert extravaganza followed by fireworks on … more
Debuting at OWA during their Spring Fling event is A Very Madd Tea Party on the OWA Island. This unbelievable teatime experience will spotlight a family-friendly live show with an outrageous cast of … more
Azalea Bloom Out: Each spring, guests at Bellingrath Gardens and Home enjoy the blooms of more than 250,000 vibrant azaleas in an explosion of color throughout the 65-acre estate. The annual Azalea … more
The Baldwin County Youth Orchestra is hosting a concert on Sunday, March 28 at 2:30 p.m. While the concert is free, the orchestra is asking for donations to help build a new building for the … more
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