Hey! I'm Meg Summers, a DJ, foodie, pop culture fanatic, audiophile, and Little Lebowski Urban Achiever. I'm a new mom to a lovely little daughter and the proud owner of an insanely spoiled Black Labrador Retriever. I grew up in Alabama, went to college at Western Kentucky University, and moved back to Tuscaloosa in 2009. I've been a die-hard Alabama fan since birth and think there is nothing better than college football and Alabama Saturdays (Roll Tide, y'all!). I spend entirely too much time on the internet and probably drink at least two liters of sweet tea a day.
Classes Begin at the New Holt High School on Tuesday, November 13, 2018
Classes weren't set to begin at the new Holt High School until 2019, but the Tuscaloosa County School System is proud to announce that the school has been finished ahead of schedule.
Krystal Hosts Grand Re-Opening for New Tuscaloosa Restaurant
Tuscaloosa's Krystal is back and better than ever, and you're invited to attend the restaurant's grand re-opening this Thursday, September 13th!
See the National Championship Trophy at Target in Tuscaloosa on Friday, August 24, 2018
Fans will have a chance to get their photos taken with the National Championship Trophy, presented by Dr. Pepper, at Target this Friday!
This Downtown Tuscaloosa Mansion Can Be Yours for Just $1.25 Million
The search for your dream home is over; a historic Tuscaloosa mansion is now for sale.
Townsquare Media Tuscaloosa Welcomes New Ignite Executive Erin Scott
We're excited to welcome a new member to our team!
Watch the University of Alabama’s Take on the Lip Sync Challenge [VIDEO]
If you thought the University of Alabama Police Department was going to post some third-rate version of the Kiki Challenge, think again. This is Alabama, y'all--everything we do is extra.
Giant Water Moccasin Slithers its Way into Mobile County Home
An Alabama family woke up to an unexpected surprise over the weekend.
Burglar Locks 96-Year-Old Tuscaloosa Woman in Her Closet
A 96-year-old woman was left locked in a closet while her home was being burglarized.
Severe Storms, Tornadoes Possible Thursday, March 29, 2018
Showers and thunderstorms are in the forecast for West Alabama, and some of them could be severe. Here's the latest from the National Weather Service in Birmingham.
School Closings and Cancellations for Monday, March 19, 2018
The threat of severe weather has caused many schools to dismiss early or cancel other activities.