At long last, Tuscaloosa residents will be able to get their Milo’s Hamburgers fix. The popular fast-food chain first made mention of a return to T-town last year, but now the building has begun. Milo’s will return to Tuscaloosa soon.

The original Tuscaloosa Milo’s restaurant was destroyed in the devastating April 27, 2011, tornado. Since then, speculation has run wild about when, and if, Milo’s would rebuild here.

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Happy National Pie Day, everyone! In honor of this “holiday,” we here at Druid City Living decided to list some of our favorite pies served in area restaurants. Most are right here in Tuscaloosa County – but one involves a road trip (and one you’ll be glad you took). Take some time today or tonight to indulge in one of these scrumptious pies.

Do you have a favorite local pie? Let’s hear about it!

Without further adieu, here are the best pies to try on this National Pie Day (and hey, let's just call  it National Pie Weekend okay? We need time to try all of these, after all...):

Earlier this month, The Alberta School of Performing Arts (TASPA), a new Pre-K-8 magnet school, opened its doors in Tuscaloosa, on the very site where the Alberta Elementary School was destroyed by the April 2011 tornado. To say that this school will offer students in the Tuscaloosa City Schools huge opportunities would be an understatement.

The new building is wonderful, offering plenty of room for growth. Druid City Living got an exclusive look in a visit on Wednesday, Jan. 21, to TASPA – on the 100th day of classes. To see a full gallery of photos from the day, visit the Druid City Living official Facebook page. And stay tuned for a full feature in the February print edition of DCL!

A parade and celebration for Deontay Wilder will be held on Saturday in Tuscaloosa.

Tuscaloosa, it's time to celebrate - something residents here know how to do very, very well! The City of Tuscaloosa has announced plans for a parade and celebration for World Boxing Council heavyweight champion and Tuscaloosa resident Deontay “Bronze Bomber” Wilder on Saturday, Jan. 24.

Would you like to be an artist at this year's Druid City Arts Festival? Tuscaloosa Tourism & Sports is calling for artists to participate in the 6th Annual Druid City Arts Festival presented by Cadence Bank. The free festival will be held at Government Plaza from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. on Saturday, April 11.

The Tuscaloosa BabyPalooza celebration and expo is set for this Saturday, Jan. 24, at the Bryant Conference Center. The event, which runs from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., is presented by DCH Health System. New, expectant and hopeful parents don’t want to miss this year’s expo. And best of all? BabyPalooza in Tuscaloosa is free – and a great activity for Tuscaloosa moms to enjoy.

Teams are registering now for the fourth annual Dragon Boat Races to benefit Junior League of Tuscaloosa, scheduled for Saturday, April 25, at The Cypress Inn on the Black Warrior River. Registration is open through April 20. Top prizes will be awarded, but the real winners are the beneficiaries – the community programs supported by Junior League of Tuscaloosa, including Holt Elementary School, Junior Achievement and Alabama REACH.

The City of Tuscaloosa is holding an art contest in honor of the 2015 Tuscaloosa Regional Air Show presented by Pepsi. This year’s topic for the contest is “Inspiring Others” to help celebrate the official theme of the event, Operation Inspiration.

The contest is open to all high school students in the Tuscaloosa County area. All qualified entries will be awarded with an air square for the Air Show on Sunday, March 29. The air square is a reserved 10-foot by 10-foot section located near show center that can accommodate up to five people.

West Alabama 4-H is “hatching” a program for area students to participate in. The program is called the 4-H Chick Chain and, in keeping with the 4-H motto of “learning by doing,” it seeks to teach area members recommended management practices for growing and raising chickens.

The Tuscaloosa Museum of Art offers one of the greatest private collections of American art in the world, and on Thursday, January 15, the museum unveiled yet another masterpiece. A masterwork embodying the patriotic spirit of Union troops as they observe Sunday sermon, “Sunday Morning in the Camp of the Seventh Regiment near Washington D.C., 1861,” painted by Sanford Gifford, has a new home at the Museum.

The masterwork was unveiled to the public during the Tuscaloosa Museum of Art’s “Art With Friends" event.