With watercolors, acrylics, computers and film, Athens State artists created paintings, photographs and web designs examining the environment, nature, loneliness, depression, life and death.
Brittany Howard, the Limestone County native who established herself in the music industry as the emotive and soulful frontwoman of the Alabama Shakes, earned six Grammy nominations.
Sounds written, created and performed by musicians with ties to north Alabama will fill the Princess Theatre during a post-Thanksgiving Day concert.
The Dimmer Twins, a country-rock duo featuring Patterson Hood and Mike Cooley of the Grammy-nominated Drive-By Truckers, will perform at the Princess Theatre on Jan. 8, the Friday before Festival of the Cranes.
NEW YORK — A New York man was arrested Saturday in connection with an unprovoked assault against Rick Moranis that occurred as the 67-year-old actor was walking near Central Park in October.
Sitting alone in his office on the second floor of the Alabama Center for the Arts, Hugh Long stared at a computer where 10 boxes, each containing an actor, appeared on the screen.
Chris Vrenna, a Calhoun Community College teacher, along with his Nine Inch Nails bandmates was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame on Saturday.
LOS ANGELES — Alex Trebek, who presided over the beloved quiz show "Jeopardy!" for more than 30 years with dapper charm and a touch of schoolmaster strictness, died Sunday. He was 80.
NEW ORLEANS — The venerable New Orleans funk band Galactic purchased the historic music club Tipitina's in late November 2018 and, according to bassist Robert Mercurio, was making a go of it.
Spread across the church gymnasium, the young musicians, socially distanced from their fellow performers, grasped the necks of their violins, violas and cellos, and listened.