Set for August 5-8, 2021, the annual World’s Longest Yard Sale, a once-a-year, 690-mile shopping trip, brings thousands of bargain hunters and treasure seekers to the scenic Lookout Mountain region for the ultimate yard sale experience.
In 1946 a man named Milo Carlton started selling hamburgers in downtown Birmingham. Seventy-five years later, the Milo’s name is synonymous with burgers, fries, a secret sauce and giving what Milo called a little something extra.
The UAB Peony Project began in the hope of gifting a painting of a flower to one woman struggling with addiction during pregnancy, as a sign of hope and solidarity with her. Then, the program grew in a broader effort to bring awareness to the need for care and treatment of addiction in pregnancy.
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!
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.
This week we’re all about the journey, so we begin with a journey which stretches from The Wire Grass to The Tennessee Valley, as we meet a group of golfers walking the entire distance along The Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail.
It’s the story of a group who referred to themselves as The Guests Behind The Fence because for a period during World War II 6,000 Germans were held at a Pickens county POW camp. It’s a little known but integral part of the history of that day and time.