Anything described as "creepy" and "invasive" is worth taking note of, in my humble opinion. Get familiar with the Hammerhead worm, which is now being spotted in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. These things are invasive, slimy and just serve no good purpose at all.
The controversy surrounding the Kentuck Arts Festival location is heating up. Northport City Council President Jeff Hogg appeared on the morning radio show "Steve & DC" on WFFN-FM (95.3 The Bear) and claimed the Kentuck Board "brought this story to the media". "The story" is the recent news that the Kentuck Festival is looking for a new home for the successful arts fair usually hosted by the city of Northport.
Rev up for a good cause! Tuscaloosa's 7th Annual Toys for Tots Unique Customs Car, Truck, and Bike Show is back, supporting Toys for Tots and spreading holiday cheer. Find out how you can help area kids.
I hate that I am even doing this report right now. However, many pest control experts say that as the weather gets cooler the roaches show up inside the house or office. NOW, COMES NEWS OF AN ALABAMA CITY THAT IS ONE OF THE MOST INFESTED CITIES IN THE USA!
I have said many times that I am a fan of the strange, weird and unusual. Maybe we all are that way. However, this was highly unusual. I had NEVER seen anything like this in my life. I must say, I was very excited to get the job offer that brought me back to Tuscaloosa.
You know, when Jack & Rose sneak off and end up in the back of a car? It is a pretty iconic scene in movie history and it leaves a question to be asked in Alabama, can you "get busy" in a vehicle in Alabama without going to jail?