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Modern bohemian style takes over summer, South Beach

July 24, 2013

I recently took a trip to the wonderful and fabulous Miami Beach and was able to experience all that it is known for – its beautiful beaches, awe-inspiring mansions and its unforgettable nightlife. What...

Band England in 1819 to play at Jemison Mansion

April 18, 2013

After a February performance at Chloe’s Cup, the band England in 1819, based out of New Orleans, La., will be coming back to Tuscaloosa for a second time. England in 1819 began as a collaborative project...

Alabama theatre department brings ‘Show Boat’ to campus

April 15, 2013

Last week, The University of Alabama’s theatre department left Tuscaloosa to feature its rendition of the musical, “Show Boat” at the Mobile Civic Center Theater. The production featured a cast of...

Shakespeare themed restaurant reopens in Tuscaloosa

April 8, 2013

The Globe, an original Shakespeare-themed restaurant, reopened in downtown Tuscaloosa at the former location of Carmelo’s Cafe in March. Located in downtown Northport for 17 years, The Globe was forced...

UA alumnus showcases folk art

April 5, 2013

Anthony Tavis, a University of Alabama alumnus and local bluegrass folk artist, will be participating in Druid City Arts Festival for the third time. Originally from New England, Tavis moved down South...

ACT performs Monty Python’s musical ‘Spamalot’

March 21, 2013

The Actor’s Charitable Theatre will be performing its production of Monty Python’s “Spamalot” Friday, March 22, at the Bama Theatre. Founded in 2008, The ACT is a non-profit organization whose...

Dance Alabama! spring concert focuses on emotion [photos]

Dance Alabama! spring concert focuses on emotion [photos]

March 12, 2013

Dance Alabama!’s tradition of choreography, costumes, music and lighting has danced its way back to the stage for this spring’s concert. The all-student-choreographed show will be unveiling a variety...

Creative Campus passes off event to HCA

February 28, 2013

Since its inception in 2010, Quidditch On the Quad has been a tradition many UA students recognize and look forward to each year. This year, coordination and oversight of the well-known event was passed...

Women join a cappella group

February 11, 2013

No Strings Attached, a new organization at the University that will be holding their breakout concert Monday is true to their name – there are no instrumentalists involved in the a capella group. Originally,...

Inaugural event to screen films about modern-day issues in Africa

February 4, 2013

The Bama Theatre will host its inaugural Evening of African Film Feb. 4 at 7 p.m. and showcase three different movies with the hope that the cultural experience will become a yearly tradition. “This...

Gospel choir offers students chance to perform

January 17, 2013

The UA Afro American Gospel Choir has been providing a place for community and worship to its members for over 40 years. The choir has established not only a place for students and the Tuscaloosa community...

Theatre Tuscaloosa’s ‘Godspell’ makes Christ’s story interactive

December 4, 2012

Theatre Tuscaloosa left audience members moved by their opening night performance of “Godspell,” as directed by Abe Reybod, at the Bean-Brown Theatre on Friday, Nov. 30. “I felt such a mixture of...

Theatre Tuscaloosa presents broadway’s ‘Godspell’

November 29, 2012

Theatre Tuscaloosa will be presenting an interpretation of the Gospel according to St. Matthew through the musical “Godspell” starting this Friday, Nov. 30. “Godspell” was written by Stephen Schwartz...

UA business student opens Southern-style restaurant

November 1, 2012

After endless meals from the campus dining halls, college students often find themselves looking for new places to eat in the absence of home-cooked meals. They can now look to Mama’s Southern Kitchen,...

Kentuck Festival of the Arts returns for 41st year

Kentuck Festival of the Arts returns for 41st year

October 17, 2012

Ranked in the “2012 Top Ten Fairs and Festivals,” the Kentuck Festival of the Arts will return this year with 265 booths and over 400 artists. The festival, in its 41st year, will take place Oct. 20...

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