[caption id="attachment_27136" align="alignright" width="300" caption="The Tuscaloosa Forward meetings at Central High School allow residents to discuss their ideas and concerns for reconstruction with city planners.
With UA’s new musical “City of Angels,” I had a mystery on my hands. Sure, its 1940s Noir parody had a convoluted detective story, but this mystery didn’t involve a millionaire’s missing daughter or blackmailing mobsters – it was the case of who killed the audience. Don’t get me wrong, “Angels,” the department’s second musical farce in a row, is funny.
Tuesday night, the Tuscaloosa city council unanimously decided to amend the section of the Tuscaloosa city code to provide for the sale of alcohol on Sunday. The council did not place any restrictions on what locations can sell alcohol on Sundays, meaning every business that can sell alcohol on any other day can sell alcohol between noon and 9:30 p.m.