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.
You Could Totally Ruin Halloween with the Ten Worst Candies for Trick-or-Treating [PHOTOS]
Are you breaking the hearts of countless little trick-or-treaters this year? Are you crushing the dreams of sweet, innocent kids by handing out treats that are just plain TERRIBLE?
I Have Found the PERFECT Accessory for the Third Saturday in October
Are you ready for the Tide to roll over the Vols? I've found the coolest buttons ever, and they're going to make you the talk of the tailgate for sure!
Tropical Storm Warning In Effect for West Alabama; Hurricane Nate Expected to Reach Catego…
A Tropical Storm WARNING is in effect for our listening area until further notice as Hurricane Nate is forecast to bring heavy rains and winds in excess of 70 miles an hour to West Alabama.
Tuscaloosa Mayor Walt Maddox Officially Announces Gubernatorial Campaign
It's official: Tuscaloosa Mayor Walt Maddox is running for Governor.
Best Buy Tuscaloosa to Host Job Fair Friday, September 29, 2017
If you're looking for a job, we've got great news: Best Buy is hiring! The retailer, located in Midtown Village in Tuscaloosa, will host an open job fair this Friday.
Kobe Japanese Steakhouse Re-Opens Following Temporary Closure
The Alabama Department of Public Health temporarily closed Kobe Japanese Steakhouse after an alleged insect infestation.
University Boulevard Which Wich Closes Unexpectedly
Downtown Tuscaloosa has one less restaurant as Which Wich on University Boulevard has closed its doors.
City of Tuscaloosa to Run Delayed Garbage Collection Schedule Due to Labor Day Holiday
You'll notice garbage trucks out in Tuscaloosa a day later than usual after the upcoming Labor Day holiday.
Here’s How You Can Help High Socks for Hope’s Hurricane Harvey Disaster Relief Efforts
We've partnered with High Socks for Hope and YPT of Tuscaloosa to collect much-needed disaster relief supplies for those impacted by Hurricane Harvey, and we need YOU to help!
A Letter to My Daughter on Her First Day of Kindergarten
Thousands of kids begin a new school year today in Tuscaloosa, and for the first time, my little girl is one of them. It's her first day of kindergarten and although she may be ready, I don't think I am.