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Lauren Sharpe Denton (Class of '11) features samples of her writing and design on her blog.
Written by Carson Pyles (Class of '12)
An Englishman lives on the streets of a town with a name that sounds like home.
Reported by Kaitlin McCulley (Class of '10)
CBS 42's Kaitlin McCulley reports on a recent outbreak of "tagging" in Birmingham.
Shannon Dille Porter (Class of '10) started her own business, PartyTree Photography.
Kaitlin McCulley (Class of '10) is currently a general assignment reporter for WIAT-TV CBS 42 News in Birmingham, Alabama.
Matt Davidson (Class of '12) was the Director of Photography for FEAR.
Written by Kaitlin Bitz (Class of '13)
Eighteen years after helping create the park with his fifth grade class, Woodland Park Ranger Russell Hooks, 29, married Amber Karasiewicz in the memorable spot on Oct. 13.
Directed by Will Stewart (Class of '12)
Red Cord Records official music video for "Then You Came" by Embers In Ashes. Debut album "Outsiders."
Written by Anna Kaye Gilbreath (Class of '09)
My worst fear is the fear of failure. I’ve always held myself up to an impossible standard; if I even slipped a little bit I would reprimand myself.
To help clear the confusion, Sargent Al Eason of the Mountain Brook Police Department sat down with Village Living to talk about the new texting and driving law and how it is being enforced.
By Drew Laing (Class of '13)
While the Gators didn’t lose the game, head coach Will Muschamp did lose something: a chance at a fresh start.
By Anna Cox (Class of '12)
Basketball star, Thaddeus Young of the Philadelphia 76ers, is set to host his first comedy show at the New Daisy Theatre this weekend.
By Catherine Farist (Class of '14)
Rojo restaurant hosts a 10th anniversary festival for the neighborhood.
Jordan Jarvis Hughes (Class of '10) started her own calligraphy business, Noteworthy & Blue.
Katie Willis (Class of '13) started her own business, Katie Willis Photography.
Nathan Troost (Class of '09) started his own non-profit, Lantern Vision.
Danielle McNeal Womack (Class of '10) started her own business, DanielleJade Photography.
Comedy acts and charity go together for David Grissom and Kris Genschmer. The two are business partners in Positively Funny Inc., a company that uses sidesplitting improv comedy to raise money for their anti-bullying initiative.
In honor of National Adoption Month, The Homewood Star talked with several families in the community who have taken the adoption journey to become “forever families” to children in need of a home.
CBS 42's Kaitlin McCulley introduces us to one girl who isn't letting her diagnosis keep her from helping others.
Written by Anna Cox (Class of '12)
Collage dance Collective Launches Third Season with a Program Honoring Memphis and One of Their Founding Members.
John and Mary Matthews, like many families, collect Fontanini nativity pieces each year at Christmas.
Trinity Baptist Church in Cordova hosts Dr. Alexander J. Shaia.
Learn How with “Get Golf Ready” program at TPC Southwind.