- Pets of the week: Daughtry is a stray looking for his family; Julius and Vivian need forever homes
WSCC offers full slate of Arts In April events
Wallace State’s annual Arts In April celebration includes a multitude of events to please one and all, from lectures by columnist John Archibald and photographer John Dersham, to a film outlining the influence of the Carter and Cash families; from performances by the New York Ballet and college ensembles to exhibits featuring the work of sculptors from around the Southeast.
‘The First Lady of Southern Soul’: Colony native Candi Staton inducted into Alabama Music Hall of Fame
They say that good things come to those who wait … for Candi Staton that wait was a long time coming, but it was worth it as she looked out over the packed auditorium at the Alabama Music Hall of Fame Awards and Induction Banquet on Feb. 28.
Is there a Disney universe?
Casual fans accept that Disney movies take place once upon a time, in a land far, far away. But Tumblr users are not casual fans. And they want it all to Mean Something.
- Pet of the week: Jurassic is lost and wants his family
Cullman’s historic one-room schoolhouses
Cullman’s rich heritage has many facets. Within its boundaries are historic buildings, bridges, churches, cemeteries and schools.
SOUTHERN STYLE: Remembering the silver screen
When my friends and I were just tipping over into our teens, we spent our Saturday afternoons at the Star Theatre.
Wallace State’s Student Government Association holds Mardi Gras Spring Dance
Wallace State’s Student Government Association hosted a Mardi Gras Spring Dance last week and both Miss Wallace State Catee Moss and Brittany Robinson, the 2014 Wallace State Homecoming Queen, were in attendance.
Cherry Blossom Festival returns to Birmingham Botanical Gardens on March 22
On Saturday, March 22, the Japan-America Society of Alabama presents the ninth annual Cherry Blossom Festival from 11 – 3 p.m. in the Japanese Gardens at Birmingham Botanical Gardens. The event is free to the public. The day will begin at 11 a.m. with a presentation by the Briarwood Church Japanese Children’s Group, followed by remarks from Executive Director and CEO Fred Spicer and Japan-America Society of Alabama Executive Director Tamara Moriya. At noon, the winner of the Birmingham Public Library haiku contest will be announced, and it will be followed by Shinkendo and Aikido Japanese martial arts demonstrations. At 3 p.m., a Hayao Miyazaki film presentation will take place in Strange Auditorium at the Garden Center.
Former WSCC student lands job at Dollywood
Paige Harbison, a former Miss Wallace State and theatre student at Wallace State Community College is realizing a dream she didn’t believe was possible a few years ago. The 2010 graduate of Cullman High School will soon be moving to the hills of East Tennessee to work at Dolly Parton’s Dollywood theme park in Pigeon Forge and earn a living as an entertainer.
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