The 26th annual Riverwalk Arts Festival is this Saturday and Sunday, March 8th and 9th.
One Semmes middle school seventh-grader can check author off his bucket list! If you like books like “the Chronicles of Narnia” and the “Lord of the Ring” series, you may want to check out “the Portal of Skendar” and a special book signing by Carter Sellers.
According to the United States Department of Justice, more than 650,000 ex-offenders are released from prison every year, and some filmmakers got together and shot a documentary about what happens when those ex-offenders go home.
Bring your family and enjoy a beautiful Spring day of fun and food, sampling the best in barbecue and small batch home brewed beers. Great live music, plus arts and crafts vendors, too.
Columbia Southern University was established to deliver a broad range of quality distance education opportunities that meet the needs of adult learners. Vice President Chantell Cooley joined us on Studio10 to tell us about the online services provided at Columbia Southern.
Wilmer Hall is a place in mobile where children can get away from poverty, abuse, neglect and homelessness. Sally Greene, Wilmer Halls Executive Director, tells Cherish Lombard that Wilmer hall is a nonprofit, so the children who live there depend on not only the staff and volunteers, they depend on us.
Thousands of runners will take over the streets of Downtown Mobile. One of the most popular runs on the Gulf Coast is coming up, and you still have time to sign up.
Spring officially begins March 20th! When we think spring we think warmer weather, and although it may not feel like warmer weather is on the way, FOX 10 meteorologists say it is.
CLA camps are not your average art camps. Your child will enjoy classes that include a range of mediums like painting, drawing, Papier Mâché, photography, and more. Campers also have the opportunity to interact with artwork by nationally and internationally recognized artists and designers.
Have you ever wondered who camps out in those RV’s during Mardi Gras? Cherish Lombard caught up with a few families in RV City; watch this video to see how they’re celebrating the season!
The floats, the music, the throws, the culture, the tradition. A few weeks each year the spirit of Mardi Gras is celebrated by the people of Mobile. But on the calendar that celebration eventually comes to an end. Artist Jim Wainwright brings Mardi Gras to life year round.
Celebrating its 25th anniversary, The Collings Foundation’s Wings of Freedom Tour will return to Jack Edwards National Airport in early March with its collection of authentically restored World War II era aircraft.
The Gulf Coast Renaissance Faire is becoming an annual tradition in Pensacola. Patrons are encouraged to come in costume, as the event seeks to forge new bonds between the past and present. Come watch jousting, exotic birds, dancers and more!
The Dauphin Island Park & Beach Board is hosting the 21st Annual “Colonial Isle Dauphine” at historic Fort Gaines from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. This is a family style event and everyone is welcome. Surround yourself with history at Fort Gaines!
Wrestling legend Sgt. Slaughter stopped by Studio10 to talk to us about WrestleMania coming to New Orleans. Many of the biggest and baddest wrestling stars will be there. Not only in the ring, but also in the week leading up to WrestleMania at WrestleMania Axxxess!
Musicians at the University of Mobile have a lot to celebrate Thursday, February 27. The college held a dedication ceremony for it’s new Fisher-Brewer Recording Studio.
The Colors of Cancer Glow Run/Walk is designed to bring ALL people together for any type of cancer. It will be held Saturday, March 8th at the SGA Pavilion on the USA Campus. The event benefits Camp Bluebird and Camp Rap-A-Hope.