Engage in some retail therapy, while supporting local businesses! The gifts on our list can all be found on Main Street and range from Civil War earrings, to adult coloring books to golf balls with faces, for everyone on your list.Read More
Eclipse Coffee and Books
Editor-in-Chief Reed Strength offers his opinion on the sanctity of live music without smartphone interruption. This is part of a head-to-head on the subject of the use of cellphones at concerts from Issue 13.Read More
Online editor Lily Elmore shares why she believes there is nothing inappropriate about using your smartphone’s various functions to expand the experience of a concert. This editorial is part of a head-to-head on the subject of phones at concerts from Issue 13.Read More
Birmingham band the Old Paints talk about their expanding lineup, upcoming record and tribute to actress Emma Watson.Read More
Julianna Barwick is not a household name. In fact, it’s fairly likely Julianna Barwick will never be a household name. That’s not to say that her music isn’t great or that she doesn’t deserve tons of recognition and appraise. She does.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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