The acclaimed author explores American division with his new novel, 'Lincoln in the Bardo.'
The Homewood bookstore to close February 15, will reopen a short distance away in March.
Andrew Savage talks the commodification of art and why he doesn’t like explaining his band’s music.
The multifaceted bar, which opened last January, prepares for a second year of art, philanthropy, and acceptance.
The singer-songwriter behind 'My Woman' discusses the relationship between performance and authenticity.
The festival’s third year will also include Run the Jewels, Spoon, and Vince Staples.
Scott Register tells the origin story of his long-running radio show.
Ambient artists discuss their hard-to-define brand of improvisational, atmospheric music.
How do we keep the city’s trees renewed and healthy — and what do we do with them when they die?
William Bell spearheads petition for former mayor to receive presidential clemency.
The Birmingham-based group’s latest album, 'Sea of Noise,' takes a stand against the shallow.
The Australian guitar virtuoso discusses his Christmas album, collaborations, and recording albums in a single take.
Deconstructing the complex — and often misunderstood — trademark on the most famous statue in Birmingham.
Charles Todd Henderson elucidates his campaign promise to reform Jefferson County’s criminal justice system.
New store in Avondale slated for grand opening on Friday, November 25.