Active duty military members and their families can enter University of Alabama museums free of charge beginning Monday, May 28 as part of their Blue Star Museums program.
The Blue Star Museums program is a partnership between the National Endowment for the Arts, Blue Star Families, the Department of Defense and more than 2,000 museums across America.
I sometimes wonder if my column comes across as a “know-it-all parent who is just trying to make everybody else look bad.” If it ever has, please accept my apology. Believe me… that is not the intent. Even though I cover a diversified assortment of local and national topics, it is my parenting submissions that I probably question the most.
The reason is quite simple: I am not a perfect parent. And to be frank, I do not believe in their existence.
The City of Tuscaloosa has scheduled the musical acts highlighting the diverse musical offerings of Tuscaloosa area for the fourth annual Live at the Plaza concert series in Government Plaza every Friday night in June and July.
A Memorial Day service to honor military veterans is planned for Monday, May 28 at the Tuscaloosa Veterans Memorial Park. The hour-long program, which begins at 9 a.m., is free and open to the public.
Greetings, all! This month, I am finally sharing my absolute favorite way to make spaghetti. I feel almost guilty sharing this World’s Best Bolognese recipe, because it’s just so simple to make. But it’s so good, I don’t think I’ll ever make spaghetti any other way now.
With the weather warming, exams ending, and the possibilities of summer looming ahead, May fills area schools with electric excitement. Students’ stresses begin to fade away, as they are treated to end-of-the-year celebrations and movie days in class. They enthusiastically make plans with their friends about how to spend their newfound free time during a vacation that seems like it will last forever.
Being the parent of a young child is an intensely emotional experience. There is the pure pleasure of cuddling, nuzzling, playing, laughing, exploring, and delighting in your baby’s daily growth and discoveries. And then there are the challenges—the moments of stress, anger, frustration, and resentment—at not knowing what a baby’s cry means and how to calm her, at the totally irrational demands of a toddler, or at the aggressive behavior of an older child toward a new baby. These experiences naturally evoke strong feelings that can be hard to handle.
Enjoy your week, T-Town!
Alabama Governor Kay Ivey delivered the keynote address during the Chamber in Session: State of the State event, held on May 15 at the Embassy Suites in downtown Tuscaloosa.
Emma Jean Melton was honored recently by the Tuscaloosa County Preservation Society on the occasion of her retirement as Director of the Murphy-Collins African American Museum.
Alabama and Texas have announced a home-and-home series between the Crimson Tide and Longhorns for 2022 and 2023.
Most young adults enter their first interview with uncontrollable nerves, shaking hands, and no idea what to expect. For the seniors of American Christian Academy, that will not be the case.
The kids who choose to participate in the Tuscaloosa Kids Triathlon are making a huge impact on other children in need in the Tuscaloosa community. Hundreds of children are expected to swim, bike, and run to the finish line at Lake Lurleen State Park on May 19.
Q: I’m having some issues concentrating at work lately. I’ve just generally felt “blah.” My doctor gave me a clean bill of health – but how can I boost my energy and get over this hump?
The City of Tuscaloosa Urban Development Department will host an open house where the West Tuscaloosa consulting team will present findings and recommendations for the West Tuscaloosa study on May 17 at the McDonald Hughes Community Center, once at 11 a.m. and again at 5:30 p.m.
Child abuse is more than physically hurting a child. Be aware of the various forms of child abuse to help keep children safe. Here are the following forms of abuse and examples for each.
Enjoy your week, T-Town!
Theatre Tuscaloosa will present Pamela Parker’s Second Samuel May 18-27, 2018, in the Bean-Brown Theatre on the Martin Campus of Shelton State Community College.
Second Samuel is set in the late 1940s in a sleepy, south Georgia town by the same name. In Second Samuel, it's hard to keep a secret, but everybody's got one. As the play starts, Miss Gertrude, the town’s beloved music teacher, has just passed away. While her friends and neighbors prepare for her funeral, her mysteries are unveiled, turning the entire town upside down.