Good Day Alabama: Oct. 28, 2015 - WBRC FOX6 News - Birmingham, AL

Good Day Alabama: Oct. 28, 2015

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Here's what you saw on Good Day Alabama:

JEH JEH LIVE - The Alabama Ballet presents "American Horror Stories." It runs tomorrow, Saturday, and Sunday. The performances are at the Dorothy Jemison Day Theatre at the Alabama School of Fine Arts. American Horror Stories is a mixed repertory performance featuring Agnes DeMille's Fall River Legend. The ballet portrays the story of Lizzie Borden, who was tried for the ax-murder of her parents. American Horror Stories also includes the U.S. premiere of Frank Staff's Transfigured Night. This one-act ballet is about a Southern family of two sisters and a brother. Tensions arise when the younger sister introduces her beau to her siblings. To purchase tickets or for more information, call 205-202-8142 or visit www.alabamaballet.org/.

ZOO CREW - Mickey visited with Erin Miller from the Birmingham Zoo to learn more about the coyote. For more information, visit birminghamzoo.com.

SHRED-A-THON - WBRC FOX6 and AARP of Alabama sponsor one last Shred-a-Thons this year to help protect you and your family from identity theft. This is your chance to bring old documents for us to shred for you. The best part - it's a free service!  We will also accept non-perishable food donations for local food banks. The series of Shred-a-thons continues today from 7 a.m. until 1 p.m. in Bessemer at the Civic Center, just off I-59/20 near Academy Drive. You can bring up to three bags or three copy paper sized boxes of documents to shred. Types of documents experts recommend you shred include canceled checks, ATM and credit card receipts, old credit cards, credit card offers, bills, old bank statements, tax records and receipts, medical records and bills and pay stubs. Only boxes and bags of paper will be accepted. Visit FTC.gov/idtheft for tips on how to report and prevent identity theft. You can also visit AARP.org/FraudWatchNetwork for more details about spotting scams, avoiding credit card fraud and more.

WHODINI - The Magic City Classic Celebration Festival is tomorrow at Legion Field - behind Fire Station #14 on Graymont Avenue West. There will be an exhibition from 4-5:30 p.m. and the festival at 6 p.m. Whodini will be one of the performers! For more information call (205) 254-2294. This year the Birmingham City Council adds "giving back" to this tradition. Today and tomorrow from 8 a.m. until 6 p.m. at Legion Field, the City Council asks the public to bring new and gently worn coats, gloves, hats, etc. along with non-perishable food items. These donations will be delivered on Friday to local organizations that serve battered women and their children as well as shelters that serve homeless men, women and families. The food items will be given to community food banks.

ASK THE DOCTOR - Dr. Jerome Williams from Red Mountain Animal Clinic takes viewer questions about their pets. For more information, call 205-326-8080 or visit redmountainanimalclinic.com.

GARDENING - Rip Weaver and Deb Elliot with Aldridge Gardens discussed the Veterans Memorial Arbor project that will soon span the 125-foot dam on the lake at Aldridge Gardens. The structure will include a ceremonial area overlooking the water and will feature all of the service branch flags, as well as the U.S. flag. The arbor will be a metal structure that incorporates a design from the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture. It will be fabricated by Robinson Iron, the company who refurbished the Vulcan statue above the city of Birmingham.

The public is invited to become an important part of this project by making donations towards its construction. A $2,500 donation will purchase a flag pole, a bench, or an arbor column, which will include a bronze plaque honoring an individual veteran or group of veterans the donor wishes to remember. This can include those who have served our country and those who are currently serving now. Of course, donations of any amount are also greatly appreciated and will be used to fund the construction of the arbor. A groundbreaking is scheduled for Monday, November 9th, at 10 a.m.  Hoover Mayor Gary Ivey will be on hand to take part in the ceremony and a small reception will be held immediately thereafter. Once the columns and arches have been delivered, the city of Hoover will assist in creating a concrete foundation for the structure

Tomorrow on Good Day Alabama, want to start a side business? We look at the five question to ask first! Lots of kids (and adults) consuming candy with Halloween just around the corner. Get organized with all your staples.... the expert shows us how! More music from Kidz Bop! We talk with some of the group members about the new family-friendly versions of these popular tunes! Plus we introduce you to our Pet of the Week!

Join us for this and much more tomorrow on Good Day Alabama!

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