By Brent and Sue BaileyOwnersDreamMaker Bath and KitchenHome is really where our hearts are, especially over the past 18 months. For this reason, home remodeling has become something most homeowners are looking into having done. There are a lot of do-it-yourself people who have the skillset to complete most of the tasks necessary during a … Continue reading The One Thing Every Remodel Needs – A Designer
By Mathew UnderwoodOwnerA2Z Tech Fix LLC The last 24 months have revolutionized our use of technology platforms due to the necessity to keep in contact with the outside world. Multiple technologies have been accelerated in their development to provide the necessary services that are now needed at home and the business environment. This has left … Continue reading Resolve & Update Your Technology Issues Today!
By Frances AkridgeCity Council RepresentativeDistrict 2 I wonder if our Mayor and his administration knew of these words of wisdom by the ancient philosopher Plato when they proposed we diversify our economy and broaden our cultural experience by investing in the music industry. “I would teach children music, physics, and philosophy; but most importantly music, … Continue reading Like Water is for the Body, Music is for the Soul and the City
FREE Outdoor Concert at Ars Nova School of the Arts Bring your blanket or chairsWe'll bring the firepit with marshmallows and s'mores!Saturday, October 23rd5:30pm -- Outdoor Games6:00pm -- Concert Drake Avenue Southwest
Our 2021-22 Season begins with a return to our Drive-In Cabarets, as we present the Best of IMP, a look back at some of your favorite shows!Featuring songs from such favorites as Les Miserables, Secret Garden, RENT, Nunsense, and this summer’s hit, Newsies!Audio will be broadcast via FM radio. A rain date will be scheduled … Continue reading The Best of IMP – An IMPressive Evening
By Phil RiddickCounty CommissionerDistrict 5 Who doesn’t love good music and BBQ in a beautiful setting? These are three of my favorite things, and you can experience all this with me at the Third Annual BBQ & Bluegrass Festival. Scheduled for Saturday, October 9 at Southside Park, this family-friendly event will feature three local bluegrass … Continue reading Third Annual BBQ and Bluegrass Festival
By Dr. Jennie RobinsonCity Council PresidentRepresentative District 3 The City of Huntsville must redraw the district lines for the City Council and the City School Board every 10 years to reflect the changes in population as determined by the federal census. The adoption of a final plan will fall to the Huntsville City Council with … Continue reading What is Redistricting and How Can You Help?
By Elisa A. Ferrell Board Representative | District 3 | Huntsville City Schools Have you ever had one of those situations where circumstances stack up and things keep going sideways? I have! About seven years ago I went to a conference and took my family with me. We were at Orange Beach. My kids unloaded … Continue reading What’s Next?
By Dr. Rica McRoy, and Dr. Alana CokerR City Eye Care Do you remember hearing or even giving the warning, “Don’t sit too close to the TV! You will ruin your eyes?” A story published in Life’s Little Mysteries traces the origin of this concern back to the 1950’s when some television sets emitted radiation … Continue reading Keys to Visual Comfort in a Digital World
By Darin Windham, RealtorKey Finders GroupRE/Max Alliance My name is Darin Windham; and I’d like to introduce myself to those of you who I have not met. I have lived in Southeast Huntsville since 2002; but my roots go back further than that – in fact, all the way to the 1960s. My wife Marianne … Continue reading Hello South Huntsville Neighbors!