When Paul Caldwell started Confederate Stills of Alabama, he saw the venture as more than the manufacture of distillery equipment. It also gave him an opportunity to pay tribute to his heritage.
Brian Hagedorn was a senior in high school when he met Anthony Jordan at an SEC camp for basketball officials. Hagedorn had been officiating church and junior high school games but was looking to break into the big leagues. Jordan, who is a former NBA referee, was an instructor at the camp. …
A long time ago, at a newspaper far, far away, I wrote my first humor column. Back then, I didn’t make fun of myself, like I do now. Instead, I made fun of celebrities and movies and TV shows. Most famously, I once made fun of a big purple dinosaur.
My 8-year-old daughter loves story songs. As the gatekeeper for the Spotify playlists, I like to sneak in a personal favorite from time to time, which is how we ended up listening to Bob Dylan’s haunting song "John Brown" on the way to Dairy Queen.
We’ll benefit from the musical imaginations of famous composers and accomplished musicians in two concerts at Anniston churches. Today at 4 p.m. at the Church of St. Michael and All Angels, Charles Kennedy will give an organ concert. (The concert was rescheduled from last week due to incleme…
Members of National Active and Retired Federal Employees Association (NARFE) Chapter 1511 purchased Christmas presents during the holiday season to present to some of the residents at Colonel Robert L. Howard State Home in Pell City.
Troy University is pleased to announce students who have been named to the Chancellor's list for the fall semester and term 2 of the 2016/2017 academic year.
He had done it before, after Tucson, Aurora, Fort Hood and Sandy Hook: taken on the mantle of the pastor-in-chief before a crowd of mourners for lives taken too soon by a man with a gun.
The immigration debate has witnessed a parade of cases of selectively appealing to Scripture to support open borders and amnesty for immigrants who enter the country illegally. It is ironic that the political and religious left who normally eschew treating Jewish and Christian Scriptures as …
A new exhibit of ceramic sculpture opens this week at Hammond Hall Gallery at Jacksonville State University. The art exhibit, called "Object: Permanence" will be up through Jan. 27. The opening reception is Thursday from 5-7 p.m.