D.Horton: “I Want to be Revered as the Shakespeare of Hip Hop” Part 1

Photo Credits: Rey Leubh; Instagram: rey_leubh   ADVISORY: This audio contains explicit language   Music Credits: “Still in the House” – D. Horton; produced by KTGotBeats; The Sessions 2 “Hughes Road” – D.Horton; produced by KTGotBeats; The Sessions 3P: Pt. 3 “Homecoming” – D. Horton; produced by Professor X; Brilliant Minds “Yeah 2x” – D.Horton; produced by […]

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Woodlawn: The Triumph of Tony Nathan

Before Bo Jackson, one of Birmingham’s first African American football stars was Tony Nathan. The All-American running back’s rise to stardom during his junior season in 1973, along with the arrival of Head Coach Tandy Gerelds in 1971, led to the Woodlawn Colonels serving as catalysts for change and garnering crowds of thousands for game […]

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U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team Stops in Birmingham

Photo credit: The World Cup champion U.S. Women’s Soccer team takes the field in Birmingham, Ala. as part of a countrywide, 10-game Victory Tour celebration. The team plays Haiti at Birmingham’s Legion Field Sept. 20 at 1:30 p.m. Since defeating Japan to win its third World Cup, it’s been all work and play for […]

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