Hi readers, Derek here. Carson and her fiancé recently moved to Title Town, and I thought it would be interesting to get a newcomers perspective of our lovely corner of paradise. Enjoy! 

Matt and I just recently moved to Tuscaloosa. Born and raised in Kentucky, we were excited to be in a new place and learn more about a new city. One of the many things we love to do is travel, but we had never been to Tuscaloosa before. 

Hi all, Derek here, your very favorite curmudgeonly columnist. At the moment, I’m slammed with work as PRIDE gets ready for Girl Talk 2 (Apr. 7! Tell your friends!) – so I’d like to introduce Megan Princewill, who was kind enough to step in for me this month. I’ll be back and bellyaching next month.  

Readers: PRIDE has a very important event coming up, so I’ve asked Nicole Hall, Prevention Coordinator for PRIDE of Tuscaloosa, to tell you about it. Enjoy! – Derek 

What happens when you have an event that gets incredible feedback and multiple requests to do it again next year? We do it again.  

If you’ve got a child, or a grandchild, in school, you should probably read this. 

There are literally hundreds of events in our community during the month of April. But you may want to give special consideration to this one …

“Girl Talk: Overcoming Obstacles to Empower Women,” hosted by PRIDE of Tuscaloosa, will be held on April 26 at the Tuscaloosa River Market. This all-female event focuses on discussing taboo topics in an open, accepting environment. 

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