The closest thing the state has to an official Valentine’s event is on Friday, February 9 at the USS Alabama Battleship Memorial Park.
Most fans know about Jimmy Buffett’s musical career as a singer and songwriter. Fewer know of his success as a book writer, a novelist and a semi-autobiographical writer.
You would not likely know the name Tony Ardovino. But if you’ve listened to radio in the greater Montgomery or Birmingham markets, you would know the voice.
Hank Williams, Jr. got married on September 9, 2023, in a quiet family ceremony in Banks near Troy. His spouse Brandi is a bit younger than he, but they’re not saying how much.
Mike Gillion died on Tuesday at his home in Mobile.
Art appreciators are holding a free history program about John Kelly Fitzpatrick, one of the founders of Dixie Art Colony.
Mobile and the surrounding area have two huge annual events coming up – the Reese’s Senior Bowl and Mardi Gras season. Newly added is a free concert
Thousands in Alabama thought they were seeing auroras when they saw something similar Monday night. And they are likely to be seen again Tuesday night.
On Friday, Jill Yawn of Baldwin County’s Eastern Shore will compete on the nationally televised game show "Wheel of Fortune."
One avenue to study Jewish heritage and recent history is the Jewish Film Festival in Mobile and Baldwin Counties.
Free musical concerts will be held in Alabama’s Gordon Persons Building and the state capitol building each Thursday in February and March.
Landry, a historian of big band music and of Montgomery radio, died on January 12 at age 93.
Helen Keller is the subject of an opera, "TOUCH, and its first-ever showing will be in Birmingham on January 19 and 21.
Alabama’s sixth congressional district has a three-way race for Congress, and all three will face off in a forum on Saturday at 9 a.m. at the Vestavia Hills Library, “The Library in the Forest.”
"Winter Jam 2024," the largest Christian music annual tour, will perform in 40 U.S. cities. Kickoff is in Mobile for well-known contemporary Christian music acts and a message.
Mobile business leader David J. Cooper has been successful in the stevedoring business and in the restaurant business, which he tellingly calls “the hospitality business.”
Desi Tobias may have been the only Alabama graduate posing with a Michigan player after the Wolverines won the national championship.
The University Club has been closed since the COVID pandemic of 2020, three years sitting unused. Now, it is undergoing a $17 million makeover.
The ALFA endorsement went to political newcomer Caroleene Dobson, raised on a family farm, now a lawyer in Montgomery and mother of two daughters.
It hasn’t happened in seven years, and it is a sight to behold. A total eclipse of the sun will occur on April 8.
Most Americans and all news media are aware of the invasion of the United States at our southern border. There is a second invasion that is not on many radar screens. It is an attack on America’s youth by foreigners, mostly Red Chinese.
The James D. (Jim) Martin story will air on Alabama Public Television on Thursday at 9 p.m. and again on Thursday, January 18 at 12 a.m.
Hill, 87, a beloved and busy traveling evangelist for more than 50 years, died Jan. 3 at his home in Hartselle, Alabama.
It will take a dedicated skywatcher to catch the first and largest meteor shower of 2024.
As you plan your reading for 2024, here are some suggestions of new books and not-yet-well-known books, all of them either about Alabama or by Alabama writers:
What a change in lives: going from building V-2 rockets for Nazi Germany to developing the U.S. space program.