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Want to Walk it Out?

“A walking club birthed out of Quarantine 2020. It has been proven that walking with others can keep you motivated, improve your accountability and help you meet new people with similar goals.” (image from Facebook)

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Mo’Bay Beignet Co. expands to Auburn Alabama

“Exciting Announcement! Mo’Bay Beignet Co. is about to be #makingAuburnsweeter 155 College St. We’ll be serving up beignets and smiles in Toomer’s Corner late 2020″ (image from Facebook)

philj signs a deal

Local Artist Phil J signs a Deal.

“I’ve been doing music for a while and as time progressed, I’ve been cultivating my sound, shaping it into what it is today. Now, all that hard work I’ve put in ever since I started seriously being an artist in 2013 has finally rewarded me. I SIGNED A DEAL!!!! I’m dumb excited to see where my career is going to go by partnering with this amazing label I’ve been a fan of and admired since their conception. You’ll know who I’ve partnered with very very soon. Stay tuned! This new music is about to blow yo’ mind!!! I appreciate every single person who’s been rocking with since the beginning and even the new fans/family! God is good!” (image from Facebook)

“Yes, I’ll have the beer shipped to the house please”

The prohibition of beer and wine being delivered directly to your home could soon be over.  A bill is currently in the Alabama Legislature that would allow beer and wine deliveries.  Cross those fingers.

Benjamin Holmes is the man.

Alabama teen awarded more than $1 Million in scholarship money and accepted into 31 universities.  It’s not Mobile, we know, but we just had to brag on him.  Our wrists hurt from just thinking about the application.  Way to go Benjamin!

Did you know the Underground Railroad Bike Route starts here in Mobile Alabama?

Daniel White, know as ‘Blackalachian’ (his trail name), biked the Underground Railroad Bike Route that starts in Mobile.  Check out the full story here.

That’s right, people like us with no change can rejoice!

You can now pay parking meters in downtown Mobile via an app.  No more risking a ticket because you no longer carry cash and you’re constantly tossing your coins into that glass jar at home.

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