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Do you know an artist in need? Kentuck Art Center & Festival, in partnership with Tuscaloosa City Schools, is offering seven need-based scholarships to kids ages 8-12 for Imagination & Enrichment Summer Art Camp, instructed by Studio Artist Sydney Gruber. 

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? 

Alabama Governor Kay Ivey will speak to Chamber members at Tuesday’s Chamber in Session: State of the State event, scheduled for 11:30 a.m. at Embassy Suites.

Tuscaloosa golfers – professionals and novices alike – are gearing up once again to support the mission of Tuscaloosa Youth for Christ. The group’s annual Legacy Golf Challenge will begin at noon on May 10 at the NorthRiver Yacht Club. 

Lin D. Moore will be honored as the 2018 Tuscaloosa County Citizen of the Year Wednesday, May 16, during the Tuscaloosa Civitan Club luncheon at 11:30 a.m. at Embassy Suites.

Moore has served as Chairman of Pritchett-Moore, Inc. insurance agency since 2004. He has more than 20 years of industry experience, and has attained the Certified Insurance Counselor designation. He is a native of Tuscaloosa, and a graduate of the University of Alabama.

When Michael Constant graduated from Paul W. Bryant High School in 2012, he never dreamed he would be invited back to the school to share his wisdom with students.

Hi, DCL readers! It’s me, Liz. I swear I haven’t gone away forever – but life is busy. However, I do take time out for chocolate. Did the headline alone get your attention? Thought so. Yep, this is an actual thing that’s happening here in Tuscaloosa this week. You can eat chocolate *and* help Family Counseling Service at the same time. Win/Win.

Local high school students are busily preparing to wow audiences this weekend, as the Paul W. Bryant High School Theatre Department presents Shrek: The Musical April 20-22 in the school’s auditorium.

Children often keep abuse a secret, but barriers can be broken down by talking openly about it. Here are some ways to talk openly with your child.

The Farmers Market at the Tuscaloosa River Market will offer new seasonal hours beginning Tuesday, April 17.

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Druid City Living (DCL) is Tuscaloosa, Alabama's premier community newspaper, covering the great people, places and activities of the area.



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