Images taken by a legislator who would go on to Alabama’s Supreme Court, captured the Selma to Montgomery March as history was made.
Exploring political posturing and public opinion from telegram to tweet.
Bigger than life, Ken Stabler’s gridiron heroics and off-the-field misbehavior made him a legend.
South of the border the people of San Miguel de Allende are on guard against the president-elect, sharing their concerns about his plans and his…
Saying goodbye to a lovably difficult fixture of downtown Birmingham.
An ideological face-off centered around the University of Alabama dramatized free speech in a way particularly relevant in today’s political climate.
The 1961 attack on a bus full of civil rights activists brought together two people from different worlds.
One hundred years after his birth, the Birmingham-born novelist's words resonate still.
Ken Burns’ documentary on the legendary Jackie Robinson brings to mind his notorious taunter, Ben Chapman.
One rescheduled concert led to the missed opportunity of a lifetime.
A narrative of the historic hotel's restoration.
A passionate group of young professionals 30 years ago changed downtown as we know it.
Exploring the storied life of a Birmingham institution.
Circles really do have a beginning and an end. But you cannot be in a rush to find them.
A writer reflects on his first awakening to what the Confederate battle flag means to African-Americans.