On Anniston’s west side stands a cherished Episcopal house of worship built by a native son, John Ward Noble, as a gift to the city. This magnificent building, the Church of St. Michael and All Angels, sits on four acres. The grounds contain lush green spaces populated by towering trees. The… Read the full story
“The Great Gatsby,” F. Scott Fitzgerald’s cautionary fable of the Roaring Twenties of the last century, remains a work from which we can still learn a thing or two.
No one could have guessed that a summer would come where we couldn’t spend a day mingling freely with our fellow residents while perusing the produce at the farmers market. But here we are, about three months into Alabama’s COVID-19 outbreak, and local markets have been forced to delay their…
To discover what a creative artist can do with everyday objects, talk to Julie Baxter. She turns “worn” into “wonderful” and “discarded” into “delightful,” simply by visualizing aesthetic uses for throwaway items that others would never imagine.