For high school students and college undergraduates who want to enter the Fitzgerald Museum’s annual Literary Contest, the deadline to submit is tomorrow: December 31, 2019.
On the evening that my students and I met the traveling students from Phillips Exeter Academy for the first time, their teacher Olutoyin Augustus-Ikwuakor had
I graduated from college twenty years ago this month. I’d like to say that, back then, I was fresh-faced and optimistic, ready to take on
When it opened in the 1890s, Montgomery, Alabama’s SH Kress & Co. store was built with two entrances: one on Dexter Avenue for white customers,
I was pleased, about two weeks ago, to receive an email from a recently graduated former student telling me that she had won second place
It was twenty years ago this week that lawyer Bobby Bright unseated Montgomery, Alabama’s long-time mayor and once-gubernatorial candidate Emory Folmar in a surprising upset.