Martin Luther King Jr.'s travels in the last decade of his life took him to cities large and small, and not only in the South. Many of his stops -- in Selma, in Memphis, in Chicago, in Albany, Ga., in Nashville, and in Birmingham and Montgomery, of course -- are well documented. You'll hear …

Are you hoping to eat healthier in 2019? Enter The Anniston Star's contest for a chance to win a grocery cart makeover. Fitness columnist Ann Angell and registered dietitian Louise Lockridge will go grocery shopping with you and advise you on how to choose foods for better health.

Brenna Harris from Pleasant Valley High School represented PVHS and the Calhoun County School System as one of more than 800 high school cheerleaders from across the U.S. who represented Varsity Spirit in the world-famous London New Year’s Day Parade.

This month brings to light the works of celebrated composers and an equally celebrated area photographer. The JSU Civic Symphony and an art exhibit at Nunnally’s Noble Frame and Gallery have much to do with the composers’ and artist’s passion for making art — even if these works didn’t find …

Likely for most of us, it is a rare opportunity to taste expensive bottles of wine on any given night. But if one is a regular attendee at Tyson Fine Wines and Things’ Thursday evening wine tastings in Anniston, such an opportunity might occur more frequently than expected.