Located off Paul W. Bryant Drive, the outside of the Hotel Capstone looks the same as any other building on that side of campus.
Opened since January 2016, Miss Dots is a hidden gem in Tuscaloosa. Owned by Tyre Stuckey and John Cassimus, the creators behind Zoe’s Kitchen and Maki Fresh, Miss Dots is a fresh new restaurant that’s becoming more and more popular.
The door slams shut and the locks close down. Though this may sound like a scene from a horror movie, this is the draw of Tuscaloosa’s one and only room escape game, known as Breakout. Started in May 2015, Breakout is a room escape game where groups ranging from two to eight people are locked inside of a themed room and given one hour to find four-digit codes.
For years Matt Jones and Ted Perry played across Birmingham. The singer songwriter folk rock duo often played at Oak Hill Tavern where they met Tommy Bowen.
Located off Veterans Memorial Parkway and University Boulevard, The University of Alabama arboretum offers 60 acres of hiking trails, gardens and even a couple greenhouses for students to explore in a mostly quiet getaway from the city life.
Singing, dancing and laughter will commence Friday night at Theatre Tuscaloosa’s premiere of the musical “The Producers” at Bean-Brown Theatre at Shelton State Community College. “The Producers” is a musical comedy adaptation of Mel Brooks’s 1968 film of the same name.
On July 4th, Tuscaloosa residents gathered at the Tuscaloosa Amphitheater for an entertainment-filled event known as Celebration on the Riverwalk.
On Friday, Barnes and Noble hosted an activity-filled event as part of their book series to get Harry Potter fans excited about the new book, The Cursed Child (Parts One and Two). Barnes and Noble hosts events over the summer that bring in readers under a shared community, whether it's anime, DC comics or a popular book series. “Harry Potter is always a special thing,” Mary Wendt, Barnes and Noble’s merchandise manager, said.
For years, Tuscaloosa has been home to various celebrations and events, but this July 4th will bring more activities to the Tuscaloosa Amphitheater's festivities in an event known as "Celebration on the River." Hosted in part by PARA, Tuscaloosa's park and recreation authority, Celebration on the River is an event focused on bringing fireworks and fun to the citizens of Tuscaloosa during the Fourth of July.
If you’re looking for a place to satisfy your sweet tooth and find fresh produce, John Ingram and his family’s produce stand is the place for you. Ingram Farms Market is a family owned and operated produce stand in Northport.