PHeymont visits an important regional museum with surprisingly varied collections and a stunning setting
An unusual park with unusual monuments documents the struggles for civil rights in Birmingham, Alabama, and especially the campaigns of 1963
A museum that reminds us of a critical time in our past, very personal for some of us, and helps us understand how a community made it happen.
The Alabama Historical Radio Society's museum was temporarily closed, but PHeymont enjoyed a visit to its workshop and library.
In Birmingham, PHeymont's barbecue beef and pork came with a large side order of pigware...
Birmingham's huge Vulcan statue is a civic centerpiece—but it hasn't always been so!
The Legacy Museum in Montgomery, Alabama is re-opening with an expanded view of slavery and its legacy.
A travel writer stays in a lot of different places, and Marilyn is always looking for the new and interesting.
Airbus is increasing production in Alabama from about 60 A320s a year to 84, as well as adding a production line for the A220.
The now-abandoned courthouse jail where Martin Luther King was held will be preserved as a historic memorial.
With its rich metalworking history, it should be no surprise that it has the world's largest cast-iron statue. Marilyn Jones shows us around.
Birmingham, Alabama has grown its botanical garden from waste land and a vision into a real treat for the eye.
Samantha shares a bit of history and her visit to the Alabama State Capitol, scene of many dramatic events.
Travel Rob visits the beautiful Huntsville Botanical Garden.
An American artist living in Berlin has rescued Parks' condemned former residence and is opening it to the public in Berlin.