I was born in Chicago, IL but moved to rural Aliceville, AL before fate landed me in the City of Champions. I can be heard during the midday, sometimes speaking with eloquence and professionalism. But every now and then, I have to "bring it on home," and you'd swear you were talking to a cousin or good friend. I have no problem making fun of myself, giving compliments, or saying what most people are thinking. That's just me!
Join the Tuscaloosa SCLC for Unity Day Events Now
Join us now for the Tuscaloosa Chapter of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference's Unity Day Events.
Tuscaloosa Chapter of the SCLC to Host Virtual Unity Day
Much like other events, this year’s Unity Day events will look quite different as COVID precautions are observed. The breakfast and Mass Rally will be virtual.
Mayor Maddox to Present YMCA Honorees with Awards: Get Your First Look Here
Sunday, Jan 17, the Barnes YMCA begins its Youth First Campaign. Mayor Maddox will present awards to community leaders for their service to the Barnes YMCA.
Bridge Builder Foundation and Gordo Church Partner for Food Giveaway
New Home Missionary Baptist Church has partnered with the Bridge Builder Foundation to provide food boxes as part of community outreach on Saturday, Oct. 31.
Have Safe Fall Fun this Weekend with These Tuscaloosa Area Events
There are a number of events being held this weekend for children to pick up candy. food, and have good, clean fun while practicing social distancing.
Truth Initiative Awards Grant to Stillman College to Develop a Tobacco and Vape-Free Campus
Stillman College was recently awarded a grant from Truth Initiative to adopt a 100 percent tobacco/vape-free campus policy
Is Your Family Prepared for Emergency Situations?
Just as schools and places of work have emergency safety plans, so should one’s household.
Tuscaloosa SCLC to Protest the Tuscaloosa VA
Among the list of concerns is an alleged statement by one person in a leadership position, who is accused of telling people of color that they could be his slaves.
Southern Stuff: Adding E-R Doesn’t Make a Word Proper
People convert words which end in “A” to end in “E-R” for no godly reason. Words that end in "E-R" are often made to end with an "A" to create an informality.
Aliceville Street to be Dedicated in Honor of Inv. Dornell Cousette
In February 2020, the City of Tuscaloosa named 35th Street in honor of slain Inv. Dornell Cousette. Now, he is receiving the same honor in his hometown.