Contributors to the ceramics and metal workshops, the Dean of Fine Arts and even President Stewart’s dog were in attendance for the Feb. 14 dedication of the new 3-D arts building, a featured event in Issue 12.Read More
Festival tents were spread throughout the different streets and front lawns of this neighborhood in a big loop. In the center of the activity lay a long field. Festival goers spread blankets and ate lunch at the food stands that lined the back side of the field.Read More
Cynthia MacCrae is completing a career milestone by performing all of Beethoven’s 32 sonatas in a series of 10 recitals at LeBaron Recital Hall.Read More
The exhibition highlights Civil Rights photos taken by the late James “Spider” Martin and UM alum Jonathan Purvis. There is a lecture/panel discussion on photography and the Civil Rights Movement scheduled for Wednesday, Oct. 16.Read More
- A green thumb: purple and gold The hardest part about keeping the grounds is maintaining these pops of color throughout the seasons, but Virginia Springer, assistant grounds supervisor, spends most of her time doing just that. by Britney Williams | under Features
- Keep spring in your step, not your sinuses A few helpful tips to subdue sneezing and reduce red eyes. by Britney Williams | under Lifestyles
- The soulful goldtones of Holly Waxwing and Noumenal Loom Despite its quiet release, “Goldleaf” soon caught the ears of not only local Montevallo music heads but also bloggers and tastemaking websites like Tiny Mixtapes. by Reed Strength | under Lifestyles
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