Do you tend to wait until the last minute to get your holiday shopping done? If you’ve answered yes, don’t worry about it. Plenty of people do the same thing every year. However, if you want to make things less stressful for yourself this year, then you may want to... [read more]
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]
Have you heard the news? The 8th Annual Schoolyard Roots Garden Party will be at the Tuscaloosa River Market on Nov. 3 from 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. Single admission tickets are $50 and include two drink tickets. You can save $2.50 per ticket by buying them in groups of... [read more]
Movies are great, but nothing beats a live performance. The actors and actresses play off the crowd, delivering performances of a lifetime night after night. It’s normally hard to catch many live performances in a week because of your busy schedule, but you can change that by attending the Alabama... [read more]
Right now, there is not a cure for Alzheimer’s, but providing researchers with more funding can change that. You can help researchers get money to find a cure by participating in the 2019 Walk to End Alzheimer’s West Alabama. The walk will take place on Oct. 27 at Snow Hinton... [read more]
Bring your business cards, practice your elevator speech, and work up an appetite, because Young Tuscaloosa is hosting a Meet & Eat networking event this month. Whether you’re looking to learn more about business in Tuscaloosa or just have some fascinating talks over dinner, you won’t want to miss this... [read more]
Put on your dancing shoes and get ready for the blues, because it’s almost time for the 9th Annual Johnny Shines Blues Festival here in Tuscaloosa! Don’t miss this day-long celebration of a uniquely American art form.
When and Where
The Johnny Shines Blues Festival will be held at the Leroy McAbee... [read more]
Downtown Tuscaloosa will soon come alive with the eclectic sounds of more than 40 local and regional musical groups and performers. That's right, it's time once more for the summer's premier music festival in the heart of T-Town: Druid City Music Festival kicks off Friday, August 23, and encompasses two... [read more]
For one Tuesday night each month, chess enthusiasts from around Tuscaloosa can meet up at the Cravings restaurant for some friendly competition and a good meal.
When and Where
On the last Tuesday of every month, you can join the chess games at the Cravings restaurant downtown. The games begin at 7... [read more]
Music lovers can spend fun Friday evenings with their family and friends at Government Plaza during the summer’s free concert series! The fifth annual Live at the Plaza series has begun, and we can look forward to two months of awesome live music.
When and Where
You can catch free live music... [read more]