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This month we’re celebrating Black History Month with music and stories.
As part of our celebration of Black History Month, we’ve been exploring the history of the Pincham-Lincoln property in Athens.
Both of Madison’s high schools will represent the state at the Southeastern Theatre Conference in Greensboro, North Carolina.
On Saturday, Madison's James Clemens High School hosted an educational event titled 'Stand Up Against Stigma.' The gathering of experts and resourc
Giordano Dance Chicago is a world-reknowned American jazz dance institution. They're coming to visit Huntsville this weekend.
The Huntsville Master Chorale brings you delightful shows all year round.
Frank Travis and Charlotte Fulton have written a new play called ARISE AND BUILD.
Composer and violinist William Harvey is embarking on a one-year, fifty-state tour to answer the question "What is American Culture?" He&
Broadway veteran Eugene Fleming returns to the stage in Huntsville as part of Independent Musical Production's latest show, Smokey Joe's Ca
The Arts Council of Huntsville has a new name and a new event to begin the year.
Limestone County Farmer's Market
OLLI at UAH Summer Program
Putt-Putt on the Square
IMP- Mary Poppins
Pesky Piranha Kids Triathlon
TVDCTA Horse Show
Summer Smart Play
Breakfast Trolley Tour
Dixie Derby Girls Bout
We Celebrate America Concert
VBAS Planetarium show
Summer Reading- HMCPL
Frozen in Place: Southern Photographs from the Collection
Fashion and Folk Art, Docent-Led Tour
Tribute to the Guntersville Boat Races
Gallery Walk: "Encounters: Dustin Farnsworth"
U.K.'s 'History-Changing' EU Vote Reflects Deep Distrust, Concern
Fermentation Fervor: Here's How Chefs Boost Flavor And Health
Depressed Teen's Struggle To Find Mental Health Care In Rural California
Can You Psych Yourself Into Running A 4-Minute Mile?
Jury Clears Led Zeppelin In 'Stairway To Heaven' Plagiarism Suit
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