In a seemingly mundane world of time zones and the circumstantial references that place us in said realm of time, there is a gleaming light of pleasure for those not looped into Eastern Standard Time. As a current participant of Central Standard Time due to residence in the state of Alabama, I am able to listen to new albums and singles at 11 p.m. when the East Coast snobs have to wait until midnight.
A piece of historical fiction, the play is composed of two interwoven plots—one set in Berlin in the 1930s and one set in Berlin in the 1990s.
A combination of publicity (of the Oprah variety) and a new lynching memorial and museum in Montgomery are shining a light on lesser-known aspects of the Civil Rights era in Alabama.
While spring can be an exciting time for vacations with friends and the reappearance of warm weather, there is surely a loss of excitement at the thought of more exams. Midterms can cause a lot of stress that may be hard to recover from. But fear not, there is a cure.
The festival will showcase country, rock and blues musicians, as well as food trucks.
The director is set to give a speech before the screening of his film at 6 p.m. about the process of making “Still Dreaming.” The film will show at 7:30 p.m. and there will be a Q&A session afterwards.