Matt Lund

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DePalma's offers better versions of classic Italian

Pizza, pasta, espresso: the kitchen stylings of the Italian peninsula permeate American food culture. We have a love affair with Italian food – so much so that the overt romanticism behind our pasta and wine can begin to detract from the meal. Hours of chick flicks and boring dates pile onto the cliché ...

Confections offered in Northport

Easter has passed, and the chocolate you gave up for Lent can return to your life. It’s come a long way since the days of bitter roasted brews consumed with reverence by various Mesoamerican subcultures. 

Spring break brings chance to try new food

Spring break y’all. It's time to forget class, gym, work, papers, exams and bank accounts, and wildly descend upon the coast. Our march requires sustenance! Moving west to east, here are a few places of interest down in the Gulf.

Local cafes offer a better brew

Coffee. The great glorious caffeinated beverage that powers so many of us through the groggy mornings, that siren song of a nap hour after lunch and the late nights studying.

Hot Topics seminars expose students to issues

From the ALS ice bucket challenge to the events surrounding Selma, Alabama, the ISIS threat and the legalization of gay marriage, hardly any topics are off limits at University Programs' Hot Topics seminars.

Chicken is cheap option for students

Another February gone. Valentine’s Day chocolate splurges have our stomachs sitting roundly atop our waistlines and spring break is rushing up faster than we can crunch it all away.

Southern cuisine offered at café

Meat and three sides are a staple of cuisine all over the Southeast region. Take a decent cut of meat, fry or stew it and then adorn the plate with home-cooked sides.

Mr. Chen's wins for best local Chinese cuisine

Simultaneously a best-kept secret and well-known establishment of Tuscaloosa, Mr. Chen's specializes in all the traditional Chinese dishes you've grown up on, as well as a few more you probably haven't.