Exploring Huntsville

Discover Public Art in Huntsville

Discover Public Art in Huntsville

Discover Public Art in Huntsville It’s no secret that the Rocket City is one of the most creative, artistic communities around. In fact, we are home to the largest privately owned arts facility in the United States—Lowe Mill ARTS & Entertainment. As a city that boasts incredible talent, we look to find ways of incorporating […]

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Fall in Love with Downtown Huntsville

Fall in Love with Downtown Huntsville

Fall in Love with Downtown Huntsville Some people say that spring is the season of love. Psh. Clearly, these people are completely mistaken. Everyone knows that the real season of love is, in fact, fall. What could possible be more romantic than (somewhat) cooler weather, cozy hoodies and sweaters, pumpkin spice and caramel apple everything, […]

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7 Cemeteries for History Buffs

7 Cemeteries for History Buffs

7 Cemeteries for History Buffs These cemeteries have so much history, it’s spooky! Historic Slave Cemetery at Oakwood University Location: Off of Wynn Drive NW, on the south end of Oakwood University campus, Huntsville In 1896, the founders of Oakwood University purchased land from the former plantations operated by Peter Blow and Job Key. For years, a slave cemetery was […]

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Haunted Huntsville

Haunted Huntsville

Haunted Huntsville It was, perhaps, Vincent Price who said it best, in Michael Jackson’s immortal Thriller: “Darkness falls across the land The midnight hour is close at hand Creatures crawl in search of blood To terrorize y’all’s neighborhood” Halloween is approaching, and you certainly wouldn’t want to be found without the soul for getting down […]

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Experience Authentic Latin Flavor in Huntsville

Experience Authentic Latin Flavor in Huntsville

Experience Authentic Latin Flavor in Huntsville by Antonio Montoya, CEO Huntsville West/Co-host of Rumba Latina Huntsville is a community of transplants, from all over the country and the world. It’s a point of pride that around every corner there are ways to experience the rich and vibrant cultures that make up our diverse community. Now […]

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How To: Explore 230 Years of Huntsville History in One Visit

How To: Explore 230 Years of Huntsville History in One Visit

How To: Explore 230 Years of Huntsville History in One Visit Have you ever wished that you could travel through more than two centuries, visiting Huntsville, Alabama, at various points in its past and future, only to realize that time machines haven’t been invented yet? Sure, we all have! But I bring good news, resident […]

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Fall Foodie Destination: Scott’s Orchard

Fall Foodie Destination: Scott’s Orchard

Fall Foodie Destination: Scott’s Orchard Hunting for Appalachian Apples?  Head to Scott’s Orchard! Crisp, juicy apples from the Appalachians are a sure sign of fall.  When I was a kid, every fall we’d load up and drive several hours to the Blue Ridge Mountains to get bushels of apples for canning and winter eating.   […]

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5 Ways to Get Your 10,000 Steps When Visiting Huntsville

5 Ways to Get Your 10,000 Steps When Visiting Huntsville

5 Ways to Get Your 10,000 Steps When Visiting Huntsville As the weather cools off and the leaves begin to change, everyone is excited about spending the crisp fall days outdoors. And it’s the perfect time of year to move your workouts into the sunshine and enjoy the changing scenery as your cardio kicks in. […]

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Taco Tuesday in Huntsville/Madison County

Taco Tuesday in Huntsville/Madison County

Taco Tuesday in Huntsville/Madison County What’s the best way to spend a Tuesday night (or really, any night – tacos are a solid choice any day of the week) in the Rocket City? Gather your friends and celebrate a popular weekly tradition: Taco Tuesday. But where can you go to satisfy your taco cravings? This […]

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Catch the Eclipse at U.S. Space & Rocket Center

Catch the Eclipse at U.S. Space & Rocket Center

Catch the Eclipse at U.S. Space & Rocket Center Guys, something truly stellar will happen on August 21—a solar eclipse! Everyone in the continental United States will see at least a partial eclipse. If you are not in the path of totality, you will, of course, want to be at the absolute coolest and best […]

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