As Birmingham continues its Empowerment Week, marking 50 years of the Civil Rights Movement, the city is preparing to host the movie premiere of Christopher Paul Curtis’ award-winning novel The Watsons Go to Birmingham. Adapted from the novel, the movie tells the story of an African-American family traveling to Birmingham from Michigan during the tumultuous sixties.
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Today marks the Senate's sixteenth annual Seersucker Thursday, where elected officials turn out in suits, skirts and blazers made from the dapper fabric. This preppy summer tradition started back in 1996 when former senator Trent Lott of Mississippi invited colleagues on both sides of the aisle to don the summer favorite as a throwback to by-gone, pre-air conditioning days when […]
Photo courtesy, Hotel Monteleone Come Mardi Gras month, we all have the Big Easy on our minds. In honor of the holiday, we teamed up with the historic Hotel Monteleone (yep, the beautiful landmark property right smack in the middle of the French Quarter) to bring you today's Deal Of The Week. If you have been following our deals, you've noticed every […]
by Cory Bordonaro Welcome 2012 with a song in your heart. Party-people have plenty of options come New Year’s Eve in Music City, USA. After a recent trip through town, I’ve devised a couple of options for rootin-tootin’ around town to ring in the Nashville new year. Looking Good Get dolled up during a hair appointment with hometown hair artist, […]