Black Belt Treasures Cultural Arts Center will host a presentation on architecture in the Black Belt region as part of its Pride of Place series.
Hurricane Zeta made her presence felt all across our county and the Black Belt region last week. Many of us lived for days without power. Having no power may have caused you to lose food to spoilage and now you have a bad odor in your refrigerator. So now you are no longer worry about food s…
Almost 100 Selma residents stopped by Southland Studios in downtown Selma last week to get their portrait taken by a French photographer in town for a photo exhibit this weekend.
Give your home a warm and cozy vibe this fall with a few DIY projects that are sure to add seasonal cheer to any space. Whether you’re looking for a rainy day activity to keep kids busy or searching for affordable décor options, these fall craft ideas are a great place to start -- all you ne…
(StatePoint) Football season is here (sort of), and for many, tailgating is a main event. While there will be nothing traditional about tailgating this year, that doesn’t mean you can’t grill delicious food and enjoy a few beers before game time in the comfort of your own backyard or driveway.
The Selma Arts Guild encouraged the community to appreciate the arts with free demonstrations, free food and an art show during its Joy Celebration on Oct. 3.
Every summer my parents had a beautiful garden in the backyard. Some years it was a large one with okra, corn, beans, squash and cucumbers; I even remember growing carrots one year. Other years it was a smaller patch, but it almost always had tomatoes. Tomatoes are pretty easy to grow down h…
Cam Walker Guarino, artist, Selma native and charter member of the Selma Art Guild Gallery, has spent 32 years of her life teaching art and spreading the love for art to children and adults in Selma and the Montgomery area.
Agriculture is a big part of Dallas County’s economy and even the little farms have gotten a boost in interest from families looking to get out of the house and into nature during the COVID-19 pandemic.
BY STACEY LITTLE | Southern Bite Finding certain ingredients in the grocery store can be a challenge these days, so having recipes that call for everyday ingredients is important. It’s even better if those recipes call for stuff that you already have on hand. So my friends at Tony Chachere’s asked me to take a […]
Putting Food By: Pickling fruits and vegetables BY CALLIE N. NELSON Pickling produce is a great way to “put foods by” for later use. Cucumbers aren’t the only vegetables used to make pickles. Many different types of fruits and vegetables can be pickled, using a mixture of sugar, vinegar and spices. Pickles add zip and […]
BY CALLIE N. NELSON Ripe, juicy berries, peaches and other fresh fruits are delicious and can be preserved to enjoy all year long as fruit jams and jellies. These can also add zest to meals and provide a good way to use fruits not suitable for canning or freezing. Jelly, jam, preserves, conserves and marmalades […]
By Fred Guarino The Selma Sun Karen Weir is a unique artist, to say the least, with worldwide experience. Weir, a local artist who has been past president and member of the Selma Art Guild for about 20 years, is a former interior designer and owner of an interior design company who has traveled the […]
Dozens have turned out the last two days to help paint the new mural being added on the side of GAW Antiques on Water Avenue and Franklin Street this weekend. Artist Tres Taylor sketched the design and volunteers are filling it in. This mural is called “Coming Together” and features Queen Selma holding magnolias that symbolize […]
BY KATE WOOD | Wood and Spoon With no end to the sweltering Alabama temperatures in sight, this strawberry icebox pie is just the treat to cool you down. Here, a simple crust is complimented by a fruity filling that firms up in the freezer to create a dessert that is creamy yet refreshing. The […]
By Stacey Little | Southern Bite This post is about mayo. Now, I know you came here looking for Triple Chocolate Mousse Cake, and I’m going to give you that. But bear with me a second. My affinity for Duke’s Mayonnaise has never been a secret, whether it’s generously slathered on an egg sandwich, mixed […]
By Katie Nichols Tomatoes are a Southern garden staple. Many gardeners are always looking for ways to grow a bigger, better tomato. While pruning tomatoes is not necessary during regular growth and production, it can make a difference. Dani Carroll, an Alabama Cooperative Extension System regional home grounds, gardens and home pests agent, said pruning […]
AUBURN UNIVERSITY, Ala. – Alabama 4-H member, Samuel Sutton, is a two-time national 4-H barbecue winner. From Marion County, Sutton previously held first place and the National 4-H Turkey Barbecue Champion title, as well being named National 4-H Chicken Barbecue Champion. As the summer season is in full swing, he is offering grilling tips for […]
BY CALLIE N. NELSON How do I prepare summer squash is a question I received today as I worked one of the many food distributions that occur almost every week here in our county. This all-American food has been around since the days of the colonists and was called squash because the term for vegetable […]
By Alabama NewsCenter Staff Alabama Black Belt Adventures Association has announced Feed Your Adventure – Flavors of the Black Belt Trail, where visitors can enjoy nine themed trails, food, drinks and the culture of the region. The full Flavors of the Black Belt brochure and individual trail maps with additional information can be found here: https://alabamablackbeltadventures.org/flavors/. […]
By Fred Guarino The Selma Sun The Selma Art Guild (SAG) served tea and other homemade goods to warm the heart to a near capacity crowd at its “English Tea Party” fundraiser held Sunday, Feb. 16 at the SAG Gallery located at 508 Selma Ave. Some 38 of 40 tickets were sold at $20 each […]