Crescent Theater to Open: The Crescent Theater at 208 Dauphin Street opens today with the screening of the critically acclaimed Bottle Shock, an independent film about an upstart California winery starring Alan Rickman.
Show times are 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. with a complimentary wine tasting in the lobby before and after the showings. Screenings will continue through the next week. Tickets are $6 for the afternoon show and $8 for the evening.
Oct. 30, 2008
The Political Round-Up: TK taking long view; The residential goose and the commercial gander; Amendment One: Thumbs down, thumbs up; Barack the vote; He peed/she peed; Don again?
Steve Flowers: Electoral College presidential politics is so scientific and predictable that swing voters can be pinpointed by their locale and demographic makeup -- a suburban female in St. Louis, Missouri who calls herself a hockey or soccer mom, the commuter in the Tampa/St. Petersburg corridor of Florida, and moderate female voters in the booming picturesque areas of Chesapeake, Virginia and around the majestic mountains of Colorado.
The Political Round-Up: Kid rocks the box office; Mayoral musings; More campaign filing finger-pointing; Nickels & dimes; James' gang gathers at Rock Creek; Washington answers call; Artur's back in town; Academy Night set.
Should churches whose pastors endorse political candidates lose tax-exempt status?
Oct. 1, 2008
Gulf Coast Classic football game rises on city budget's otherwise level tide: The Mobile City Council Tuesday delayed until next week action on the proposed Fiscal Year 2008-09 budget which includes a controversial appropriation of almost half a million dollars for a football "classic" later this fall.