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Little Italy seeks student mural

Little Italy owner George Matta opened the pizzeria on University Boulevard in a building with green walls, set up televisions so that customers could watch sports or their favorite show while eating and hung framed pictures of Italian scenes, but Matta is used to a much more artistic flair in his restaurants. In ...

'Garage bands' come to Green Bar

Two self-styled garage bands will headline Green Bar this Saturday, Feb. 4. The Dirty Lungs is composed of Carson Mitchell (guitar and voice), Ra-jaan Parmely (drums), Chris Scott (effects and supporting guitar), and Joseph Cote (bass). Cote joined the band recently in order to give them a louder edge. “People ...

APO performs first musical

Alpha Psi Omega, the theatre department’s fraternity and honor society, puts on a show once each semester, and this week on Dec.

The art of drinking wine

In downtown Tuscaloosa, next to FIVE, is an art studio that has become a place of social gathering called Sips n Strokes.

Artist discusses work, 'possession of images'

The Sarah Moody Gallery in Garland Hall is showing a selection of work by Fred Stonehouse, an artist whose artwork has been shown in New York, Chicago, Los Angeles and Rome, Italy, and in “Juxtapose” and “Art in America” magazines. The artist now teaches at the University of Wisconsin in Madison. Stonehouse ...

Purgatorio at Allen Bales next week

The director jogs around the stairs in the Allen Bales Theater, watching the actors embrace for what might be the hundredth time, making sure it looks perfect from every angle.  He seems to have an “ah-ha” moment when they finally get it right. Since they started Purgatorio at the beginning of ...