Absolutely Alabama

  Absolutely Alabama 4-18-21

  Absolutely Alabama New Market Tulips

A Gift for the Ages

A recent donation to The University of West Alabama has allowed the school to begin development of a new biodiversity center along the banks of The Cahaba River.

Music, Mighty Grow and mockingbirds

This week we’ve got some Mighty Good stories to tell you, and we begin with a visit to Mighty Grow Organics.

Changing times and tulips

Hubert Farms in New Market is one such operation and their most recent crop is a far cry from the cotton and corn grown in The Tennessee Valley for generations. Theirs, then, is a story of changing times and tulips!

Friends, flowers and Bud’s Best

This week we’ve got some real treasures, including the story of a man who makes a million an hour - cookies that is! You’ll learn the secret behind Bud’s Best Cookies.

  Absolutely Alabama 4-4-21

Big bass and more in Eufaula

There are lots of reasons to make the Barbour County town of Eufaula a destination spot.

Bows & boats and boots & saddles

This week we’re circling back to visit some old friends giving a second chance to some horses who need our help at Circle 8 Ranch Rescue.

  A Step Back in Time

A Step Back in Time

For a step back in time in Cullman’s Historic District there’s a spot called Ashley Mercantile where the feeling is definitely old school.

  The Loveliest Village

A black belt adventure in The Loveliest Village

As students gradually come back to the campus, local businesses are looking forward to their return.

  Jay's Birds Absolutely Alabama

Jay’s Birds: A family tradition

For the Turners, raising pigeons is an ongoing family tradition.

Candy art with Pucker Powder

Scott Green began his life around his family’s jewelry business in Irondale, but he always had a creative side and eventually turned that into his very own candy company.

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Shaw’s is Smoking Again

with the encouragement and help of friends and family, Skip Shaw decided his restaurant should make a comeback. So once again the ‘que is smoking at Whitney Junction.

A little child will lead them

The Cavers, who have found a way to weather the storms brought on by hurricanes and pandemics, continue to make the beaches better near their Baldwin County home.

  Absolutely Alabama: One man’s trash

We caught up with the Cavers, who have found a way to weather the storms brought on by hurricanes and pandemics and continue to make the Baldwin County beaches better.

  Absolutely alabama 2-14-21

There’s no place like home

Jeremiah Stallworth has done a lot of traveling in his life; travels which have taken him from his native Conecuh County to Huntsville, Viet Nam, Detroit, Texas and finally back to his ancestral home in the Nichburg community near Evergreen.

  Absolutely Alabama

  Absolutely Alabama: Big John and Little Texas

Take a trip to Macon County and spend some time at Big John’s Hillbilly Mall. Both are Absolutely Alabama.

  Big John's Rolling Woodworking Show

  Absolutely Alabama Bert's Brittle

The winds of change

Jane’s mother was Berta and today the peanut brittle made from her family recipe is called Bert’s Brittle.

Hunters Helping The Hungry

Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources Hunters Helping the Hungry has provided more than a half-million pounds of ground venison to those in need in Alabama.

  Absolutely Alabama 1-24-21

Back To The Future

For anyone who wishes we could go back to the way things used to be, Payne’s is a place where your wish can come true. A return to The Way We Were.