Alabama State football to host Women’s Clinic

MONTGOMERY, Ala. – The Alabama State University football program, in conjunction with their spring football game, will be holding a Women’s Clinic at the ASU Stadium. Admission is just $25 and due at the door, although registration is limited to the first 100 participants who register on-line.   The clinic allows participants to get an inside look at the Alabama State football program, and will … Continue reading Alabama State football to host Women’s Clinic

You ain’t got no job, at least for a week, Tomi!

In an interview with “The View”, a certain blond has gotten in trouble for her view. This conservative woman is supposed to be the hard core right, Christian loving, white America branding, middle America spokeswoman. However, when her view is truly heard, she is suspended for it. She is feeling the suppression of her freedom of speech and thought. She has realized through getting suspended … Continue reading You ain’t got no job, at least for a week, Tomi!

Like Federal, Like State

    The Resignation of Governor Bentley:   There was a rumor that the governor of Alabama was resigning, he has been doing some “dark magic”, in terms of politics. He has somehow, he evaded meaningful investigations, gotten around the misuse of state and campaign funding, and has even been Clinton like in admitting misconduct with an advisor. However, Bentley has now told the people … Continue reading Like Federal, Like State

ASU Performs Iconic Play Tonight

WHEN: Starts TONIGHT (March 15 – 18); at 7 p.m. nightly. WHERE: The ASU Leila Barlow Theatre in the Tullibody Fine Arts Building on S. Jackson St. Alabama State University‘s Department of Theatre Arts takes on one of the most acclaimed plays in all of American theater  when it presents the production of Tennessee Williams’ “A Streetcar Named Desire,” which starts TODAY (at 7 p.m. nightly) and continues through Saturday (March 15-18) at the ASU Leila Barlow Theatre in the Tullibody Fine … Continue reading ASU Performs Iconic Play Tonight

Faulkner University is Closing its Dinner Theater Program …And It’s Making a Big Mistake.

Written by Israel Afangideh  Faulkner University is closing it’s theater department, due to an alleged lack of student interest in theater arts at Faulkner University. Students were heartbroken and outraged at the announcement that the theater program would be discontinued as quickly as next year. This decision will destabilize the entire university, not just the faculty, who for the past several years have devoted themselves … Continue reading Faulkner University is Closing its Dinner Theater Program …And It’s Making a Big Mistake.

ASU Theatre Presents Iconic Play

‘A Streetcar Named Desire’ Presented by ASU Theatre WHEN: Starts Wednesday (March 15 – 18); at 7 p.m. nightly. WHERE: The ASU Leila Barlow Theatre in the Tullibody Fine Arts Building on S. Jackson St. Alabama State University ‘s Department of Theatre Arts takes on  one of the most acclaimed plays in all of American theater  when it presents the production of Tennessee Williams’ “A Streetcar Named Desire,” which starts THIS Wednesday (at 7 p.m. nightly, March 15-18) and continues through Saturday at the … Continue reading ASU Theatre Presents Iconic Play