Ragtime in Tuscaloosa!
Jul15

Ragtime in Tuscaloosa!

Theatre Tuscaloosa is presenting the famed musical Ragtime until July 23rd. Ragtime became a Broad Way sensation and Tony winner in 1998. With themes of the American Dream and fantastic music, it’s no surprise that Ragtime is now a forever favorite of musical lovers everywhere. Now, you have the opportunity to see this production come to life in Tuscaloosa at the Shelton State Community College Bean-Brown Theatre. If you go to...

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See the Newsies!
Jul11

See the Newsies!

If you are in the Birmingham area, be sure to head to the Dorothy Jemison Day Theater at 800 19th Street North, between now and July 30th to see a production of Disney’s Newsies provided by Red Mountain Theater! Ticket prices start at $25 and you can find more information at http://redmountaintheatre.org/our-season/newsies/. This wonderful production would love your support and it’s sure to be a great night. Newsies is a...

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Shin Godzilla-Movie Night Project
Mar24

Shin Godzilla-Movie Night Project

On March 11th, 2011, Japan was hit by a devastating earthquake. The ensuing tsunami that followed struck the Fukushima nuclear reactors. The damage and flooding that occurred caused it to overheat, leading to a nuclear meltdown. 100,000+ people were evacuated from the area. The event was brought upon by the plant’s overseers, who ignored the safety concerns regarding tsunami damage and flooding. Shin Godzilla (“shin”...

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Bringing Soul to Tuscaloosa
Dec06

Bringing Soul to Tuscaloosa

When Rick Henson isn’t tucking his bottom lip with eyes closed while he’s plucking his bass guitar, he is filling the room with his soulful, flawless voice. The band is called “Soul Tide” and it’s not just a play on the University of Alabama’s classic yell, it’s a more than appropriate label for the popular Tuscaloosa band. If you’ve been around town on a game day or any given weekend, you can catch Soul Tide at places like Moe’s BBQ,...

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Fall’s Five Best New Shows of 2016
Dec02

Fall’s Five Best New Shows of 2016

Each fall I eagerly await my Fall TV Preview issue of Entertainment Weekly. I peruse the pages of the magazine reading up on the new shows of the season, then meticulously map out a schedule and set my DVR accordingly. After a few months of watching the new offerings available this fall, there are five that stand out to me. These shows have made an impression on me in some way, and they’ve officially become a part of my TV watching...

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TERRIFIC NEW THEATRE ANNOUNCES 31ST SEASON UNDER NEW ARTISTIC DIRECTION
Jul17

TERRIFIC NEW THEATRE ANNOUNCES 31ST SEASON UNDER NEW ARTISTIC DIRECTION

Terrific New Theatre (TNT) will present its 31st season under the leadership of a new artistic director. TNT co-founder Carl Stewart recently announced his retirement as artistic director after 30 years, viagra sale effective July 31, sovaldi 2016. Tam DeBolt will assume the helm officially on August 1. TNT launches its 31st season with the Del Shores comedy “Daddy’s Dyin’…Who’s Got the Will?” on September 8. DeBolt has...

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FERGUSON & THE COPPER DOGS
Jun15

FERGUSON & THE COPPER DOGS

The local music scene in Tuscaloosa is part of the reason the energy and heart of this town beats so loudly. There are a variety of bands and some deserve to be relished. Listening to Ferguson & the Copper Dogs live at a place like Druid City Brewing or the Green Bar in T-Town is a fantastic way to spend any evening. Band members include Sarah Ferguson (vocals), cialis sale Daniel Walker (guitar), viagra sale Matt Young (bass and...

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Alabaster Cityfest
Jun06

Alabaster Cityfest

Summers, advice over the past several years, find have seen the rapid growth of music festivals all over the nation. Thousands flock to various venues, looking to sway to the music and have a good time. Many of the festivals come with exorbitant ticket prices, but there’s one festival in Alabaster that is offering free admission and fun for the whole family. That festival, known as Alabaster CityFest, is to take place on Saturday,...

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