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Wake up to this crazy good Goo Goo barbecue biscuit from Holler & Dash

Holler & Dash Biscuit House celebrates its one-year anniversary at its original Homewood location this Saturday, March 11.

Muscle Shoals Swampers, Jimmy Hall appear in Bayside Academy music showcase

Bayside Academy got a visit from a group Alabama's most established music legends.

New York City Ballet dancer returns to Alabama for "The Sleeping Beauty"

Olivia MacKinnon started taking ballet lessons in Mobile at age 3.

Who should replace Alec Baldwin as Donald Trump on 'SNL'?

Alec Baldwin says he might soon step down from playing President Donald Trump on "Saturday Night Live."

Jimmy Buffett to return to The Wharf in Orange Beach

Good news, Parrotheads! The Wharf Amphitheater announced Jimmy Buffett is coming home!

Beer garden in the works for downtown Montgomery

Goat Haus, which will be located at 532 Clay Street, will only serve beer and wine to begin with, but the owners plan to add food pairings to the menu eventually, including some of the more popular German fare like pretzels and hot dogs. As far as craft beer, Goat Haus will offer a wide range of beers with as much Alabama craft beers as possible.

Weekend box office: 'Logan' tears up opening weekend with $85.3M debut

The R-rated "X-Men" spinoff "Logan" slashed into the weekend box office, opening with a massive $85.3 million in North American theaters, according to studio estimates Sunday, while best-picture winner "Moonlight" got a significant, if far from superhero-sized, Oscar bump.

Fisher’s finish leads to Match Play and a shot at Masters

Ross Fisher arrived at the Mexico Championship fully aware that it could be his last significant tournament for the next month. He closed with three straight birdies for a 65, and now he can count on another World Golf Championship, and possibly a trip down Magnolia Lane.

‘Beauty and the Beast’ aims to enchant a new generation

In 1991, Disney struck gold with “Beauty and the Beast.” The film enchanted audiences and critics alike, and raked in several hundred million dollars along the way, but also upended expectations of what an animated film could be.

Stewart and Assayas find a groove in the shadow of celebrity

In the disheveled backroom of an East Village restaurant, Kristen Stewart is sarcastically motivating the French director Olivier Assayas for a photo shoot.

Robert Osborne, Turner Classic Movies host and film historian, dies at 84

He had been principal host of the cable channel since its founding in 1994.

Paris gets Hadid-mania, as Saab and Mugler channel dark, 80s

It was designer Elie Saab’s first collection since his coup of dressing Meryl Streep for the Oscars following the actress’ high-profile spat with Chanel.

Booker T. Jones, on the Stax Records soul sound he helped create

The multi-instrumentalist visits Washington on Sunday for a show at the Hamilton.

In the galleries: The selling of the Cold War and the Red Menace

Genna Gurvich Courtesy of Mark Kelner and Galerie Blue Square Mark Kelner’s “Pravdada” (2012), inkjet print, on view in “Red!! Russian-American XXI c. Visions,” at George Mason University’s Atriu...

Literary treasures from Corpus Christi College at Oxford arrive in Washington

“500 Years of Treasures From Oxford” focuses on items from the college’s first 100 years.

Recording with David Bowie left a mark on jazz sax player Donny McCaslin

That’s what happens when you work with Bowie on what would become the pop icon’s final album.

Review | Kay Redfield Jamison puts Robert Lowell on the couch in an exhilarating biography

‘Robert Lowell: Setting the River on Fire’ asks us to reexamine our beliefs about art, madness and moral responsibility.

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