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Mobile is one of a kind. Don’t believe us? Here’s 20 things that’ll change your mind.

Here are just a few of the things that make Mobile unique among Alabama cities.
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Cycle the city when in town for Mardi Gras!

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Mobile will be the first city in the region with dockless bike share. Welcome LimeBike to Mobile!

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Bike sharing!

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Mobile City Council added 4 new photos — with John C. Williams.

Bike share has ridden into Mobile! This morning, Councilman John Williams joined Mayor Sandy Stimpson and others announcing the program slated to be in full swing this Fall. The City Council will vote on the proposal at tomorrow’s meeting.

Mardi Gras King Cake Roll.

A brightly colored purple, yellow, and green striped cake roll filled with fluffy white frosting. Perfect for Mardi Gras!
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When you’re in town for Mardi Gras, a few new places to check out.

Just when you think the food in Mobile couldn't get any better, they go and add Cook Out, Taco Mama, Nexus Cinema Dining, and 22 other restaurants!

The restaurant scene in Mobile continues to grow and add delicious variety every year. On this list of 25 eateries that have already opened or will open in 2018, you'll find some familiar names and some that are brand new to the area. LoDa Bier Garten, for example, is opening a second location in We...
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2 more days of bead catching to go! 🎉

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We’d say our follower Trixie has caught
her fair share of beads so far, with two more days still to go. She’s going to need a bigger table!

Despite rain, Mobile's Joe Cain Procession hits the streets!

Yes, it was wet. But on a day when the rains stopped some Mardi Gras activities, the revelers behind Mobile's distinctive Joe Cain Procession carried on.
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I think it matters...do you?

The year was 1699, when Iberville and Bienville landed at the mouth of the Mississippi River and christened it "Point du Mardi Gras" in the name of Carnival celebrations taking place in their beloved France.
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Just in time for Mardi Gras.

City of Mobile added 13 new photos.

The USS Philippine Sea and the USCGC Jacob Poroo arrived just in time for Mardi Gras!

Tours are available on the USS Philippine Sea on Saturday through Tuesday... between 8-11 a.m. and 1-4 p.m. On the USCGC Jacob Poroo, tours are available Saturday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

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Mardi Gras in 1935

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City of Mobile

#TBT to King Felix in his float sitting at the United Fruit Company's waterfront warehouse on Mardi Gras Day in 1935. In those days, the king often arrived for the day's festivities via boat.

Mardi Gras King Cake

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The only king cake recipe you'll ever need. 😉

Get the recipe here: https://trib.al/EN2BSOw

Mardi Gras Weekend.

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Tonight, we sleep. Tomorrow, we kick-off Mobile Mardi Gras Weekend!

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This is fascinating! Mardi Gras Svhool for mounted police.

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Every year, mounted units from across the country travel to Mobile for the Mobile Police Department Mardi Gras School!

Hillsdale Recreation Centers Mardi Gras Parade!

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Mobile City Council was live.

Hillsdale Recreation Center Mardi Gras Parade is underway! Councilwoman Gina Gregory helping lead the way!

Mardi Gras Fact Check

A Mardi Gras fact check!

The merriment and mayhem of Mardi Gras comes to a climactic end on Fat Tuesday. But where did the celebration begin?
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I do hereby grant Mayor Mitch Landrieu- City of New Orleans authorization to participate in Mardi Gras this Carnival season!