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The 6th annual Mobile Chocolate Festival will be held Saturday, March 15 at the Abba Shrine Center on Schillinger Road in west Mobile.Proceeds from the event help fund Penelope House, a shelter for battered and abused women.
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Announcing the engagement of Elizabeth Todd Watson, daughter of Mrs. Cathy Watson and the late Mr. Joseph E. Watson, Jr., to Milton Oliver Booth, III, son of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Oliver Booth, Jr. The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Todd of Trussville, AL, and the late Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Ellis Watson of Luverne, AL.
Bob Brazier, longtime manager of the Arthur R. Outlaw Mobile Convention Center, will now oversee management of the Mobile Civic Center and the Mobile Saenger Theatre as well.
MOBILE, Alabama - When Mobile's Saenger Theatre opened in 1927, the facility hosted an array of plays, musicals, ballets, and vaudeville acts.
Mayor Sandy Stimpson addresses members of the media on ideas to revitalize Mobile's waterfront on Monday, March 10, 2014, following a three-day convention for mayors across the country in San Antonio.
MOBILE, Alabama - For the second year in a row, members of Spring Hill Presbyterian Church are adding acts of service to their annual Festival of Faith, set for this weekend, March 14-16.
Tamarcus Marquis Martin, 25, was arrested by Mobile police on Sunday, March 9, 2014.
MOBILE, Alabama -- In 1948, a group of leading Mobile-area artists founded the Watercolor & Graphic Arts Society of Mobile "I believe it has endured for so long because of the artists involved and their love of painting," said WGAS president Karen McGahagin.
Mobile is that "other" city on the northern Gulf Coast, the one that sometimes gets lost between the beaches of the Florida Panhandle and the nonstop party of New Orleans.
Telegraph writer Jessamy Calkin had never been to Alabama, but always loved the American South.
Mobile Opera has scheduled a full menu of tasteful, tuneful events leading up to its spring opera, Giacomo Puccini's tragic and exquisite "Madama Butterfly" on Friday, March 28 and Sunday, March 30 at the Mobile Civic Center Theater.
The alarm clock is set for really, really early on a Saturday morning. There's a propane tank in the truck, and ingredients for a couple of gallons of Irish coffee.
The Mobile County school system will begin renovation work on historic Barton Academy this summer, and officials with the Barton Academy Foundation are moving ahead with plans to convert the building into an international school.
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