Interest in birdwatching takes wing By Katie Jackson A “big year” in serious birding circles typically entails traveling across an entire continent trying to spot as many different bird species as possible in a calendar year. Last year, though, the inability to travel made 2020 a...
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USS Alabama sailors honored by Russia for WWII service By Emmett Burnett There was a time when Russia and America’s military were comrades-in-arms. The time was World War II and one example is the Battleship USS Alabama (BB-60). Recently, Moscow said “thank you for helping”...
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Alabama man gets hooked on handmade fishing lures By John Felsher Every angler has likely looked at a lure that wasn’t quite right and asked, “What if …?” Brandon Lee Betterton from Centre doesn’t need to wonder. If he wants a lure to look a...
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Read the other day how up in Pennsylvania a man was arrested for loitering outside a college dormitory and when he was searched the authorities

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Eggs

They’re still incredible! Food styling and photos: Brooke Echols Most everyone of a certain age can remember the long-running 1970s TV commercial jingle, “The incredible,

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Serving coffee and eats – not time – in a former jail By Allison Law You might be distracted by the unmistakable aroma of fresh

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Outdoor

Taking to the Trails

Multi-use trails attract walkers, cyclists out for health, recreation and the chance to get outside By Miriam Davis Two or three times a week, John

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Happy Trails

State parks offer trails for beginners to experienced hikers and cyclers By Lenore Vickrey If you’re looking for a trail to walk, hike or cycle,

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Seed Sourcing

The many benefits of seed saving and swapping. Beginning this month, gardeners will be doing a whole lot of planting, which means we’ll all be

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March Madness… in the garden

Preparing for the 2021 growing season By Katie Jackson When COVID-19 curtailed last year’s basketball playoff season — not to mention countless other spring activities

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April 2021

I Met a Celebrity

Submit “At the pool” photos by April 30. Winning photos will run in the June issue. Rules: Alabama Living will pay $10 for photos that

Backyard Birding

Interest in birdwatching takes wing By Katie Jackson A “big year” in serious birding circles typically entails traveling across an entire continent trying to spot as

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