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North Alabama boasts stunning wedding destinations

2021-12-22T12:31:54-06:00By |Lifestyle, Sponsored, Travel|

With its extraordinary natural beauty, the North Alabama region is the perfect setting for a dreamy wedding. Imagine saying “I do” against the most picturesque of views; sparkling lakes, lush vegetation, soaring mountains. The internationally acclaimed music and food facilities, along with a broad selection of beautiful and historical sites will make the most magical of days for the happy couple!

Paul Attaway’s debut novel fit for Alabama football fans and avid mystery readers

2021-12-09T11:20:57-06:00By |Culture, Sponsored, Travel|

Paul Attaway retired from a 30-year career as a small business entrepreneur to pursue his calling as a writer. In his debut novel, "Blood in the Low Country," Paul tells the story of Monty Atkins who attended college at The University of Alabama, and yes, thinks Bear Bryant walks on water. He's a good man who loves God and his wife and kids. But he also loves the Lowcountry, Charleston specifically, golf, baseball, college football and Shrimp ’n Grits.

Give something unforgettable

2021-12-07T15:08:46-06:00By |Lifestyle, Sponsored, Travel|

This holiday season we’ve decided to highlight the incredible places, spaces, events, and happenings that Alabama offers. This gift-guide is uniquely curated to provide thoughtful experiences rather than physical presents! Make those around you feel extra special with a memory they’ll never forget.

Feed Your Adventure: Flavors of the Black Belt

2021-09-20T13:45:56-05:00By |Food & Drink, Sponsored, Travel|

Alabama’s prosperous Black Belt has taken note of the wise words and utilized the regions’ local treasures to produce some of the state’s most delicious flavors from sweet confections to savory sausages. Named for its rich, dark, nutrient-rich soil, the 23 counties wrap the state’s midsection like a belt, tying together Alabama’s Civil Rights history and a celebration of southern tradition.

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