You have to live right to wear purple

You have to live right to wear purple

“You have to live right to wear purple. It’s the color of God. You can’t be drinking or shacking with men and opening your legs. That is messing up. God said present your body to me as a living sacrifice. I grew up in Mobile but moved to Birmingham...
We want to bring friends and family together

We want to bring friends and family together

Kaleb:  I am 18 and graduating from Baker High School. I had stopped being as imaginative and creative and got bored, but COVID helped me think outside the box and do something different in Mobile.  I have a photography business, but there are a lot of photographers...
This is my first day

This is my first day

  “Today is my first day to work at the Peanut Shop. It has been a good start with a lot of nice customers. I am a people person and love to greet people and make conversation. I am also a kitchen manager at Chick-fil-A. My dad brought me to the Peanut Shop when...
We are each other’s blind side

We are each other’s blind side

“TraePay’s Rolling Cafe was created from our family’s love of cooking. The whole neighborhood would stop by to talk and eat at my grandmother’s house, so she cooked all of the time. Her love for cooking and laughter resonated in me. I worked for many years but...