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All content by Lauren Cuervo

Sips n Strokes hosts One Place benefit

Lauren Cuervo April 21, 2011

Tonight is the night to create something beautiful. Tuscaloosa’s One Place, a local non-profit family resource center, is hosting a benefit at Sips n Strokes and invites all who are interested to come...

Concert blends classical, electronic music

Lauren Cuervo April 13, 2011

The UA School of Music will present a concert tonight that features a unique blend of sounds. A mixture of electronic music and performances by the Alabama Contemporary Ensemble will be held in the Concert...

Bama celebrates best in Jewish film

Bama celebrates best in Jewish film

Lauren Cuervo March 24, 2011

The Bama Theatre is bringing some Jewish culture to Tuscaloosa for the ninth year in a row. Its annual Jewish Film Festival begins this Saturday night at 6:30 and features a different film every night...

Crossroads serves up culture café

Lauren Cuervo March 9, 2011

On the third Thursday of every month, Crossroads Community Center hosts its Global Café lunch sessions in the Crossroads Lounge at the Ferguson Center from 12 to 1 p.m. During this hour, students are...

Art Night features self-taught photographer

Lauren Cuervo March 3, 2011

One night every month, downtown Northport’s Kentuck Gallery features the works of different emerging artists as part of its Art Night series. This month’s segment will display the work of photographer...

Cinema 15 to show student-selected films

Lauren Cuervo January 20, 2011

To help start off the spring semester, the Residence Hall Association is introducing its very own television channel. Cinema 15 will show movies chosen by students each month. Different selections will...

NYC jazz comes to Ferg Theater

NYC jazz comes to Ferg Theater

Lauren Cuervo December 1, 2010

The Ferguson Center Theater will take on a whole new feel tonight for its 7:30 concert as it hosts the New York City based contemporary jazz group 13th Assembly. Presented by both New College and Creative...

A ‘Celebration’ to fight hunger

Lauren Cuervo November 22, 2010

Celebration Outreach Group, a musical theater outreach group in the department of theatre and dance, has teamed up with Beat Auburn Beat Hunger to bring a new event to the Capstone. Tonight at 7 in Morgan...

HCA and BSU join forces for expression

Lauren Cuervo November 11, 2010

Tonight will mark the joining of two of the University’s distinct cultural events. The Honors College Assembly’s Express Night and the Black Student Union’s Common Ground are combining for the first...

Taste of Italy offered in Downtown Tuscaloosa

Lauren Cuervo November 2, 2010

DePalma’s Italian Café brings the heart of the Mediterranean right into downtown Tuscaloosa. The cozy restaurant, with antique signs and furniture, is the perfect spot for a delicious meal. Nestled...

Creative Campus to bring Quidditch to Quad

Creative Campus to bring Quidditch to Quad

Lauren Cuervo October 12, 2010

The fictional game of Quidditch, from the world-famous Harry Potter series, will come to life at the University next month. Creative Campus is hosting its own “Muggle,” or ground, version of the game...

Film project merges worldwide perspectives

Lauren Cuervo October 7, 2010

This Sunday, people from more than 200 different countries will participate in a global film project called “One Day on Earth.” The purpose of the project is to film the perspectives of people from...

Creative Campus hosts award-winning author

Creative Campus hosts award-winning author

Lauren Cuervo September 28, 2010

At age 12, Paul Guest broke the third and fourth vertebrae in his neck during a bicycle accident, paralyzing him from the neck down. At 36, he has turned his experiences into award-winning poetry and a...

Hispanic Heritage Month continues with film showing

Lauren Cuervo September 21, 2010

“Made in L.A., Hecho en Los Angeles” is a story for anyone who buys clothes, as well as a story of the struggle for basic human rights. The film will be shown in the Ferguson Center game room tonight...

Off-Broadways Palestine comes to Ferg

Off-Broadway’s ‘Palestine’ comes to Ferg

Lauren Cuervo September 19, 2010

Award-winning actress, comedian and writer Najla Said will be performing her one-woman show “Palestine” tonight from 7-9 p.m. in the Heritage Room of the Ferguson Center. The coming-of-age story about...

Needtobreathe to play Bama Theatre

Lauren Cuervo September 8, 2010

Alternative rock band Needtobreathe will be coming to Tuscaloosa for the second stop on its 2010 “Young and Far from Home” tour. The band will perform at the Bama Theatre tonight at 8 p.m., with doors...

Forrest Gump author signs UA football book on campus

‘Forrest Gump’ author signs UA football book on campus

Lauren Cuervo September 2, 2010

Winston Groom, author of the novel “Forrest Gump,” will be on campus this weekend to sign copies of his latest work, which focuses on Alabama football. From 2 to 4 p.m. Saturday at Bryant-Denny Stadium’s...

Vintage T-shirt sale comes to campus

Vintage T-shirt sale comes to campus

Lauren Cuervo August 26, 2010

Kiss, The Rolling Stones, Fleetwood Mac –Brandon Gardner has a host of vintage rock T-shirts. Gardner, a former UA student, is a vintage clothing dealer whose next show will be in the TV lounge of the...

Bama Art House Series begins third season

Lauren Cuervo August 22, 2010

Tomorrow night marks the start of the third run of the Bama Art House Film Series, which features seven contemporary, independent films at the Bama Theatre every Tuesday at 8 p.m. until Oct. 5. Opening...

ABXY unites gaming fans

Lauren Cuervo April 27, 2010

Last summer, a group of students came together with a passion for gaming and the hope of spreading it across the University. Their efforts led them to create ABXY Gaming, the largest videogame club on...

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