The 14th annual Art Extravaganza will be at AJ Powers Memorial Lodge/Plank Road Station on Nov. 20 from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
It was a picture perfect evening last week for winners of the 2021 Photography Competition held by Comer Museum and Arts Center in Sylacauga.
When I run into people who have attended one of my workshops, of all of the ideas we covered, the one that seems to be the favorite is the Tickler File. For me, it is the tool that has allowed me to work with a clean desktop and a clear head for about 40 years.
According to a news release, the Heritage Hall program will engage more than 450 children in fourth, fifth and sixth grades in Talladega City elementary schools in art.
A crowd estimated in the hundreds came out to Shocco Springs Baptist Conference Center on Sunday for the City of Talladega’s first Community and Employee Appreciation Day.
We've all done it. You're looking for a book and you go to Amazon.com. You see the price. But before clicking the button to buy, a thought crosses your mind.
On Sept. 7, my neighbor and friend unexpectedly passed. ... Death and destruction has abruptly ended something that had brought happiness and friendship for years.
Last week, we brought you “Procrastination and the Three Bears.” If you missed it here, you can catch it on my blog at this link: bit.ly/frankbuck45. This week is a great time to talk about procrastination. After all, Sept. 6 each year is, “Fight Procrastination Day.”
“Fight Procrastination Day” is coming up Sept. 6. Any serious discussion of time management includes an examination of this time bandit. It’s a growing problem.
This week, I visited Knox Street Barbershop and left feeling better than when I entered. The visit reminded me of the many trips to the Barbershop with my sons.
We at The Daily Home asked readers to share their first-day-of-school photos, and they responded in droves. We couldn't get to them all, but we've got two different galleries full of pictures.
Iron deficiency anemia is the most common nutritional deficiency in the world. If you are mild or moderately low in iron, you may not show any symptoms.
Editor's note: Jeff Thompson, director for the Center for Education and Performing Arts, wrote a first-person piece about his organization and how he'd love to see continued support from the community.
Osteoporosis is essentially low bone mass and it is more common than you think. Studies show that about one in two women and up to one in four men aged 50 and older will suffer from fractures due to osteoporosis.