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.
City of Tuscaloosa to Host Free ‘Green Scene’ Summer Movie Series
The City of Tuscaloosa is sponsoring some summer fun at the Richard A.Curry Jr. Complex each Friday in July! The "Green Scene" movie series is free to attend and features some favorite family flicks.
Potential Tropical Cyclone Could Bring Heavy Rain to Alabama
Potential Tropical Cyclone #3 is making its way towards the Gulf Coast, and as it makes landfall, heavy rains will spread throughout the area.
New Traffic Signals Coming to Tuscaloosa in June
Tuscaloosa drivers will notice a change around town as traffic signals are updated to include flashing arrow indicators for left turns.
Tuscaloosa is the Fastest Growing Top Five City in the State
Anyone who lives in Tuscaloosa knows the city has been growing by leaps and bounds, and now everyone in the state knows it. The City of Tuscaloosa has the fastest growing city in the state.
I Love You, Tuscaloosa: Remembering April 27, 2011 in the City of Champions
Six years have passed since April 27, 2011. As we commemorate the anniversary of that tragic date, I’d like to share something special with you–I hope these words can mean as much to you as they do to me.
Is Tuscaloosa Mayor Walt Maddox Considering Running for Alabama Governor?
Tuscaloosa Mayor Walt Maddox has been serving the Druid City since 2005, and now he may be considering a run for the Governor's Mansion.
Body Found on Bridge Avenue in Northport This Weekend
Police discovered a body in Northport this Easter Sunday.
This Common Alabama Tick Species Could Make You Allergic to Red Meat
It may sound strange, but a tick species common to the southeastern United States could cause you to become allergic to red meat. Cases of this new reaction are on the rise; are you prepared to prevent tick bites this spring and summer?
New Report Ranks Alabama 4th WORST State In Which to Live
The Yellowhammer State may have made a name for itself nationally when it comes to football and political scandals, but a recent report shows Alabama is actually one of the WORST states for its residents.
Community Easter Egg Hunt to Be Held at University Place Elementary School Saturday, April…
Grab your Easter basket and get ready for a HUGE egg hunt this weekend!