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Downright to play show at Green Bar

Taiza Troutman August 21, 2013

Alabama-native band Downright is set to perform at Green Bar Friday, as a part of its latest tour to promote its new album “Lightheaded.” Downright’s two main members, Steve Lewis and Matthew DeVine,...

Magnets and Ghosts set to rock Tuscaloosa Friday

Taiza Troutman July 31, 2013

Dean Roland, of the famous musical getup Collective Soul, has added a side project to his impressive résumé: the band Magnets and Ghosts, which will be making a stop in Tuscaloosa on its summer tour....

UA alumni pair up to write debut young adult trilogy series

Taiza Troutman July 24, 2013

University of Alabama alumni Dana Melton and Jessica Alexander have teamed up to co-author a new young adult novel trilogy series under the pen name Kirby Howell. The duo’s debut trilogy, the Autumn...

Birmingham soul group St. Paul to croon Tuscaloosa

Taiza Troutman July 17, 2013

St. Paul and the Broken Bones, a new Birmingham, Ala., band, is bringing its soulful sound to Green Bar Thursday night. St. Paul is a six-member band that includes lead singer Paul Janeway, trombone player...

City Fest lot excavation tells story of Tuscaloosa’s past

Taiza Troutman July 10, 2013

The City Fest lot, located on University Boulevard, continues to reveal its major significance in the background and history of the city of Tuscaloosa’s early development after recent discoveries of...

Sleep deprivation impacts personal lives, health

Taiza Troutman July 10, 2013

One of the most important factors in maintaining a healthy lifestyle is ensuring we are well rested enough to perform our daily demands. The necessary hours of sleep varies throughout life’s stages,...

Steel City Pops to pop up in town

Steel City Pops to pop up in town

Taiza Troutman July 3, 2013

Steel City Pops, a gourmet frozen treat shop, is set to open its newest location in Tuscaloosa this summer. Steel City Pops opened in 2012 and offers a healthy alternative to the typical summertime craving...

Seymour Blue, Looksy set to play Green Bar

Taiza Troutman June 19, 2013

Local Tuscaloosa band Seymour Blue will be returning home to play at Green Bar, where they have been missed over the last year. “Seymour Blue performed here at Green Bar a few times a couple of years...

Heat exhaustion can lead to major health problems during summer

Taiza Troutman June 19, 2013

With summertime underway in Tuscaloosa, many students find themselves spending most of their days outside in the summer sun. Between walking to classes, outdoor lunch dates, daily runs or spending the...

Bama Theatre brings film series back for summer months

Taiza Troutman June 12, 2013

The Bama Theatre’s popular pastime, the Bama Art House film series, is returning for the summer months. The series, offered during fall, spring and summer, showcases award-winning and current independent...

UA theatre students take show to Gulf Shores

Taiza Troutman June 5, 2013

The University of Alabama’s SummerTide Theatre program is returning to Gulf Shores, Ala., for its 10th anniversary season. Since summer 2004, UA’s College of Arts and Sciences department of theatre...

Know what your diet entails before jumping on the uninformed bandwagon

Taiza Troutman June 5, 2013

With Americans’ knack for fad dieting, it is no secret that many of us have sworn our allegiance to the latest of these diet crazes: the gluten-free diet. We see the tag “gluten-free” on food products...

Artist couple opens studio downtown

Taiza Troutman May 29, 2013

Tuscaloosa artists Caleb and Ruth O’Connor recently celebrated the grand opening of their new art studio located downtown on University Boulevard. The couple found the large, open space while they were...

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