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…
The Jacksonville Public Library is bringing people and information together in a new and different way with a series of four Saturday workshops called "Adulting 101."
Editor's note: Due to inclement weather, the organ concert by George M. Kennedy has been rescheduled for Jan. 15 at 4 p.m. at the Church of St. Michael and All Angels.
A community-wide Christmas worship service will be held at Anniston First United Methodist Church on Thursday at 6 p.m.
There’s already a feeling around town that only the holidays can bring. The performing arts, including sacred music and a comedy with gospel music, help express this excitement and celebration. Hear the words and songs in these presentations and make them your own.
"The Nutcracker," performed by the Alabama Ballet, is here again to usher in a traditional Christmas on Dec. 4 at 2 p.m. at the Anniston Performing Arts Center. It is being presented by the Knox Concert Series for the 35th year.
When it comes to creativity, Dara Murphy is a human kaleidoscope. She is a playwright, graphic artist, pianist, photographer, jewelry designer and motivational speaker.
There’s a certain thrill of the find when you come upon a needed or hoped-for item at an arts and crafts market.
The Oxford Community Chorus concert on Nov. 15 will give us reasons, in song, to be grateful at Thanksgiving and joyous at Christmas. The program at 7 p.m. at the Oxford Performing Arts Center includes classical, spiritual, pop and patriotic music. The words and melodies express positive feelings.
Thanks to the musical minds and vision of two former Annistonians, the Southern Opera Theatre Company, based in Carrollton, Ga., was organized in the fall of 2015.
The power of music is difficult to fully explain; it is best experienced. Such an experience awaits those at the Festival of Sacred Choral Music today at 2:30 p.m. at Anniston’s First United Methodist Church.
A watercolor exhibit featuring works by Wayne Spradley of Pell City and eight of his students will be displayed through Nov. 4 at Heritage Hall Museum.
To renew your spirit of patriotism, attend the 14th Army Women’s Army Corps Band concert Friday night at the WAC Memorial Chapel at McClellan. The concert, free of charge, is at 7 p.m.
A proposed Children’s Reading Room at the Houston Cole Library at Jacksonville State University can be not only a dynamic facility for elementary school children but an educational tool that fosters a love for reading in children throughout east central Alabama.
Celebrate autumn with some bright and lively music by the Cheaha Consort, an ensemble of six players who will present a chamber music program on Sept. 25 at 3 p.m. at First Presbyterian Church in Anniston.
Known as “The Gallant Pelham” for his personal courage, the Civil War artillery officer was born in Alexandria and lived from 1838 to 1863. He was killed in action at Kelly’s Ford, Va.
Hans Christian Andersen said, "Where words fail, music speaks." Musical emotions will be expressed when the Lopez Tabor Duo performs Sept. 13 at The Music Center in Temple Beth Israel in Gadsden.
The Oxford Performing Arts Center has announced its next art exhibit for the Martin-Lett Gallery of Art: "A Cast of Blues," comprised of life-cast masks of 40 blues musicians made by sculptor Sharon McConnell-Dickerson. The exhibit will be open Sept. 1-Oct. 20.
Jennie Wall is heeding the advice of composer Antonin Dvorak, even though the two are musicians from different centuries. "Everyone should learn music and, if possible, sing in the church," said the Bohemian composer. "It is here that music is shared, and perhaps later those in the pews will…
It’s been said that a room full of art is a library of thoughts and knowledge. It’s a way of learning without reading the printed page.
Based on the Tony Awards format, the 11th annual Randy Awards were held at Garfrerick’s Café on Tuesday night. The event was a time to applaud the volunteers who brought last season’s CAST community theater productions to the stage. The emcees were Michelle Bain, awards chairman, and Chris Hartley.
For a taste of New York City life, visit downtown Gadsden. Glimpses of one man’s lifestyle can be seen in an exhibit by Brooklyn artist Stewart Nachmias at the Mary G.Hardin Center for Cultural Arts Center, 501 Broad St.