The podcast about how books, movies and music shape us. –The link above will take you to the iTunes store, where you can subscribe. Read the podcast introduction at AL.com.
Alabama-based arts reporter Carla Jean Whitley was so excited by the publication of the first chapter that she has already read it twice. —BBC World Service, July 10, 2015
As 38-year-old musical director Carlos Izcaray takes the baton, the ASO cultivates young musicians and classical music fans. –The Birmingham News, April 26, 2015
A local group hopes the Terminal Station exhibit will spur a conversation about preservation. –The Birmingham News, March 15, 2015
In Alabama, the Rural Studio design workshop has spent years refining prototypes for a cheap, well-made small house. Soon, they’ll start selling the plans. –CityLab.com, Feb. 3, 2015
The Birmingham Museum of Art uses a variety of photography, multimedia, painting and sculpture to encourage conversation about civil rights and the path forward. –Birmingham magazine, September 2013
Beautiful beaches, great food, a rich music scene and some incredible Southern hospitality beckon visitors to the Heart of Dixie. –Sky magazine, June 2013