In case it isn't obvious from this gig, I have a deep passion for writing. I'm super outgoing and love to talk to people, which makes this even better. I'm an Alabamian born and raised, and I JUST graduated from UA majoring in Journalism and Creative Media. I've been writing movie scripts since I was five, I've worked two years in print and digital journalism, and most recently I've been writing here. What I love most about this is getting to know T-Town inside and out, and serving as a voice in the community!
PHOTOS: Druid City Arts Festival 2021
Here's an extensive look at anything and everything DCAF 2021 – from the people to the things on display to the unique things you can only find at a place like this.
Tuscaloosa’s Druid City Arts Festival Returns: What You Need to Know
DCAF 2021 will feature more than 70 local vendors, live performances from 10 music acts, a large selection of food trucks and more.
“We’re Broken”: Tuscaloosa Teen’s Family Mourns After Tuesday Killing
The family of 16-year-old Xzorian Gray called his Tuesday night killing a "senseless murder" and decried the epidemic of gun violence amid young people in Tuscaloosa.
COVID-19 Candlelight Memorial to be Held at Government Plaza
A group of healthcare workers in the Tuscaloosa area is organizing a candlelight memorial display at Government Plaza to honor those who impacted by COVID-19.
10 Years Later: How WVUA 23’s Richard Scott Lost His House on Air on April 27, 2011
WVUA's chief meteorologist spoke with The Tuscaloosa Thread about the harrowing experience of covering the April 27, 2011 tornado live on air, and watching as it went over his house.
“It Was Surreal”: Mayor Maddox Recalls Leading the City on April 27
On the 10th anniversary of the April 27 tornado, Mayor Walt Maddox recounts how the City reacted in the first 72 hours.
Hay Court Apartment Shooting Suspect Charged with Attempted Murder
A suspect has been arrested and charged with attempted murder in a shooting at Hay Court Apartments earlier this month.
Tuscaloosa to Host 3 Vigils 10 Years After Deadly Tornado
The city of Tuscaloosa will host three simultaneous vigils to commemorate the lives lost and heroes borne out of the deadly tornado outbreak of April 27, 2011.
Volunteers Clean Up Tuscaloosa’s Oldest Cemetery
Several Tuscaloosa organizations and volunteers came together early Thursday morning to clean up the oldest cemetery in the Druid City.
Tuska, a 7-Ton Elephant Statue, Finds New Home at Bryant-Denny
A 7-ton, 19-foot tall bronze elephant was recently gifted to The University of Alabama. A crowd watched as the statue, named Tuska, was lowered onto a pedestal on the new Tuska Plaza outside Bryant-Denny Stadium Monday.