Joey Kennedy, a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, enjoys a good cuddle with the pups he and his wife have rescued, a good read, and a good bourbon. Join him as he explores the ins and outs of this curious life.
Lee Ann “Sunny” Brown corrects a misconception about what glamour is and what it is not. First, it’s not about age, looks, money, or your address. Glamour is a state of mind. Follow the steps to a glamorous life in the city, courtesy of Lee Ann.
Lindsey Osborne introduces us to the people behind our favorite sounds and shares why they love making music so much. As a longtime music enthusiast, Listen Up brings together two of her favorite things: hearing people’s stories and hearing people’s music.
Luke Robinson is the epitome of a loyal sports enthusiast. Currently, Robinson is a host for the University of Alabama’s Coaches Cabana webcast, AHSAA Radio Network team member, Sportzblitz TV and Radio personality, blogger for Crimson Country Club and general sports writer for multiple regional publications.
Phillip Ratliff has had lots to say about the city he calls home. His stories on Birmingham’s vibrant cultural scene have appeared in several publications. As Director of Education at Vulcan Park and Museum, Phillip curates exhibitions around the city’s rich and wondrous past.
Rev. Dallas Teague Snider, Mrs. Petite America 2016, is an author, speaker, and spiritual life coach. Her column City Lights highlights stories of local individuals doing what they can in their everyday lives to make a difference in our community. Check out her blog at moderndayscarlett.com