Letters FROM the editor

As we get ready to unveil our first printed edition of Small Town Alabama in March, we’re working hard to keep you informed and up-to-date online. Today, we are all celebrating Martin Luther King Jr. Day. So, as most of us take a break from our normal routines, I...

Mardi Gras

Alabama is known for a lot of things. In the heart of dixie, football is a religion, manners are a must and cotton is king. But Alabama is also the birthplace of a lot of things people may not realize. From the windshield wiper and the air bag, to the portable hearing...

Where is the Soap Lady?

From Staff ReportsPhoto by Demp Bell Where is The Soap Lady as we kick off 2020? The answer is staying busy all over the Black Belt area, where she hosted a house full of guests for a late-season Kwanza celebration Sunday at her home in Camden. In addition to her...

Black -eyed peas: A Southern tradition for the new year

There are plenty of superstitions surrounding New Year’s Day. Some folks won’t wash clothes, operating under the idea that what you do on the first day of the year is what you’ll do for the next 364 days; others make sure they have cash in their wallets in order to...

Bogan’s and Willie’s

Story and photos by Blake Bell If you’ve spent enough time in Alabama, chances are you’ve found yourself, at some point, cruising down a rural highway or backroad, suddenly craving a snack. In the first of many stories to come about some of the best out-of-the-way...

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Where is the Soap Lady?

Letters FROM the editor

Letters FROM the editor

As we get ready to unveil our first printed edition of Small Town Alabama in March, we’re working hard to keep you informed and up-to-date online. Today, we are all celebrating Martin Luther King Jr. Day. So, as most of us take a break from our normal routines, I...

Mardi Gras

Mardi Gras

Alabama is known for a lot of things. In the heart of dixie, football is a religion, manners are a must and cotton is king. But Alabama is also the birthplace of a lot of things people may not realize. From the windshield wiper and the air bag, to the portable hearing...

Where is the Soap Lady?

Where is the Soap Lady?

From Staff ReportsPhoto by Demp Bell Where is The Soap Lady as we kick off 2020? The answer is staying busy all over the Black Belt area, where she hosted a house full of guests for a late-season Kwanza celebration Sunday at her home in Camden. In addition to her...

Black -eyed peas: A Southern tradition for the new year

Black -eyed peas: A Southern tradition for the new year

There are plenty of superstitions surrounding New Year’s Day. Some folks won’t wash clothes, operating under the idea that what you do on the first day of the year is what you’ll do for the next 364 days; others make sure they have cash in their wallets in order to...

Bogan’s and Willie’s

Bogan’s and Willie’s

Story and photos by Blake Bell If you’ve spent enough time in Alabama, chances are you’ve found yourself, at some point, cruising down a rural highway or backroad, suddenly craving a snack. In the first of many stories to come about some of the best out-of-the-way...

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