Television's fall calendar is pretty much in full swing, with most old shows back on the air and most new shows having already premiered. But with so many new shows this season, it can be hard to narrow down which ones are worth a look. Here’s five new TV shows critics and audiences have given their seal of approval this fall.
The annual Three Minute Thesis Competition, held today in Lloyd Hall, offers masters and PhD students a chance to teach audiences while competing for cash prizes.
Forget "Monster Mash" and Aaron Carter trash. Here's what you should listen to today.
In a distinct portrayal of modern art, "Bring Your Own Beamer (BYOB)," an exhibit that will take place tonight at the Sella-Granata Art Gallery, recruits artists to bring their projectors to create art in a given empty space.
Some good old southern rock and roll will be returning to Tuscaloosa this weekend. The Dexateens, made up of members Brad Armstrong, Elliott McPherson, Matt Patton, Brian Gosdin and Taylor Hollingsworth will be returning to the Green Bar on Friday, Oct. 27 for their first show since June. We caught up with Brian Gosdin to see how the band feels about returning to Tuscaloosa.
Many who are looking for good music, good food and a good time are attending the Voodoo Music Festival in New Orleans.
The world of TV is changing right before our eyes. The allure of a basic cable channel run is seemingly gone, as more and more of our entertainment moves online. The leader of the online revolution has to be Netflix.