Arts & Life

Don Noble
11:14 am
Mon November 17, 2003

Baby, Let's Make a Baby

A drug-crazed redneck is heading down the highway with his kidnapped girlfriend in the trunk. A nervous middle-aged man is driving on a date, and a hundred miles away a young female college professor is getting into her car with her 21-year-old-student lover to drive to Florida to declare their lesbian love to her probably unsuspecting parents.

Baby, Let's Make a Baby

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Arts & Life
12:11 pm
Thu November 13, 2003

Tuscaloosa Golf Course Closes

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Don Noble
12:30 pm
Mon November 10, 2003

A Tragic Honesty

In conversation, Yates was courteous, but not very communicative. Since he smoked four packs a day, had terminal emphysema, and had had pneumonia, pleurosis, and tuberculosis, he had little breath to spare.

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Opinion
9:37 am
Wed November 5, 2003

A Different Look at Democracy in America

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Arts & Life
1:36 pm
Thu October 30, 2003

Bowl Championship Series Raises Questions

Washington, DC – On Capitol Hill, the senate judiciary committee is investigating whether college football's bowl championship series is equitable to small division one universities around the country. Traditional football powers like Alabama and Auburn are part of the BCS. But smaller schools are excluded. Chad Pergram reports from Capitol Hill.

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Don Noble
9:35 am
Mon October 27, 2003

Beyond the Burning Bus

The mob, which had followed in a convoy, attacked, burned the bus, and beat, brutally, the riders who fled the flames.

Beyond the Burning Bus

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Arts & Life
9:33 am
Fri October 24, 2003

Alabamian Scores Big in Soccer

Tuscaloosa, AL – University of Alabama Goalkeeper Laura Lowman practices her footwork. She has already recorded four shutouts this season for her Crimson Tide soccer team, but she still hasn't forgotten a stinging encounter a few years ago with Birmingham native Catherine Reddick.

"Catherine Reddick and I played against each other in high school. She played for Briarwood Christian and I played for Grissom High School. I remember a specific game where she scored four goals on me, and that was kind of embarrassing."

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Arts & Culture
3:13 pm
Mon October 20, 2003

Kentuck Art Festival Draws Thousands

Artist John Henry Toney creates a new peice of work during the 2003 Kentuck Festival of the Arts
-picture by Brett Tannehill
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Don Noble
3:45 pm
Mon October 13, 2003

Lunch at the Piccadilly

"We need a worldwide movement that will work to make churches and nursing homes interchangeable."

Lunch at the Piccadilly

Clyde Edgerton is without doubt one of the funniest authors working today. But, in his sixth novel, Lunch at the Piccadilly, he has chosen as his subject the nursing home: old, ill, crippled, even dying people. Is this funny? Can it be made funny? Yes, it can, and at the same time a thoughtful and respectful tone is maintained.

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Don Noble
3:15 pm
Mon October 6, 2003

In a Temple of Trees

Do not think you can give this novel to your old aunt for Christmas, but it may be, if you are made of sturdy stuff, you can read it yourself.

In a Temple of Trees

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Arts & Culture
9:43 am
Wed October 1, 2003

Blues Musician Willie King -- Full Interview

Tuscaloosa, AL – Blues musician Willie King hails from Pickens County, Alabama. He was featured in Martin Scorsese's documentary "Feel Like Going Home," one of a series of documentaries airing nationally on public television. The features are part of 2003's designation as "Year of the Blues."

Willie King played a gig at Dreamland Barbecue in Tuscaloosa Friday, 9/26. Before the set, he spoke with Alabama Public Radio's Butler Cain at length about his history with the Blues and what he hopes to accomplish.

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Arts & Culture
2:37 pm
Tue September 30, 2003

Blues Artist Willie King -- Full Interview

Tuscaloosa, AL – Blues musician Willie King hails from Pickens County, Alabama. He was featured in Martin Scorsese's documentary "Feel Like Going Home," one of a series of documentaries airing nationally on public television. The features are part of 2003's designation as "Year of the Blues."

Willie King played a gig at Dreamland Barbecue in Tuscaloosa Friday, 9/26. Before the set, he spoke with Alabama Public Radio's Butler Cain at length about his history with the Blues and what he hopes to accomplish.

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Arts & Culture
12:50 pm
Tue September 30, 2003

Blues Artist Willie King -- Full Interview

Tuscaloosa, AL – Blues musician Willie King hails from Pickens County, Alabama. He was featured in Martin Scorsese's documentary "Feel Like Going Home," one of a series of documentaries airing nationally on public television. The features are part of 2003's designation as "Year of the Blues."

Willie King played a gig at Dreamland Barbecue in Tuscaloosa Friday, 9/26. Before the set, he spoke with Alabama Public Radio's Butler Cain at length about his history with the Blues and what he hopes to accomplish.

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Arts & Culture
1:22 pm
Mon September 29, 2003

Blues Artist Willie King -- Unedited Interview

Tuscaloosa, AL – Blues musician Willie King hails from Pickens County, Alabama. He was recently featured in Martin Scorsese's documentery "Feel Like Going Home," one of a series of documentaries to air nationally on public television as part of 2003's designation as "Year of the Blues."

Willie King played a gig at Dreamland barbecue in Tuscaloosa Friday, 9/26. Before the set, he spoke with Alabama Public Radio's Butler Cain at length about his history with the Blues and his work in his community.

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Arts & Culture
10:36 am
Mon September 29, 2003

Blues Artist Willie King -- Unedited Interview

Tuscaloosa, AL – Blues musician Willie King hails from Pickens County, Alabama. He was recently featured in Martin Scorsese's documentery "Feel Like Going Home," one of a series of documentaries to air nationally on public television as part of 2003's designation as "Year of the Blues."

Willie King played a gig at Dreamland barbecue in Tuscaloosa Friday, 9/26. Before the set, he spoke with Alabama Public Radio's Butler Cain at length about his history with the Blues and his work in his community.

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