You already know the holiday season is coming up, which means that it’s time to celebrate with family, friends, and your entire community. But you may not have also realized that Tuscaloosa’s 200th birthday is coming up as well. That’s right – the city is 200 years old, and there’s... [read more]
Lace up your bowling shoes and bring your family and friends out to Bowlero for good times any night of the week! As Tuscaloosa’s premier bowling lanes, Bowlero delivers entertainment for all ages.
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With 40 bowling lanes, Bowlero is an ideal venue to party and play. Whether you’re looking... [read more]
Memorial Day is right around the corner, and American Village invites you to visit for a patriotic salute to our nation's fallen heroes and a day filled with family-friendly activities. Admission is free, so make plans to attend Alabama's Bicentennial Year Memorial Day on Monday, May 27.
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Sure, you can buy T-shirts almost everywhere that sells clothes. But have you ever known a store that focuses solely on shirts? That’s what you’ll get when you go to The Shirt Shop. This place has all of your favorite name-brand shirts at amazing prices. But just because the focus... [read more]
When it gets cold outside, nothing helps warm you up like a nice big cup of joe. But sometimes, you don’t want coffee that you can make at home. You want to go out to one of the nicest coffee shops in town. Luckily, there are plenty to choose from... [read more]
The holidays are almost over. That means it’s time to pack up your tree, take down the stockings, and get started on your New Year’s resolutions. But don’t you wish you could hold onto the holiday cheer for just a bit longer? Well, you can when you go to Holidays... [read more]
If you resolved to get fit in the new year, Tuscaloosa has a lot of great places to go. If you’re looking for a little more guidance than an open gym or you want some help working on your new routine, check out these Tuscaloosa gyms.
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When you first had kids, you were given a handbook of all the things you’d have to say. “Eat your vegetables.” “Go to bed.” “Take a bath.” And then, of course, “Don’t touch that!” You say that so much that sometimes you find yourself mumbling it in your sleep. If... [read more]
What comes to mind when you think of Alabama’s history? You might think of the Selma to Montgomery marches or when Lurleen Wallace became the state’s first female governor. It’s normal to think of major events when considering the state’s history, but what about the natural history? You might not... [read more]
If you’re interested in learning more about Native American history and looking to spend some time outdoors, why not kill two birds with one stone and visit the Moundville Archaeological Park? The park is home to the campground, ancient site, museum, and more. Take a camping trip with your family... [read more]