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Come Out To The Huntsville Science Festival On Saturday October 30th

The Huntsville Science Festival will welcome people of all ages to look, listen, feel, touch, taste, discover and unleash their curiosity.  Through interactive exhibits, hands-on workshops, lectures, demonstrations and conversations with leading […]

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Music Thursdays: 10th Anniversary Of The Bed Intruder Song

Wow, this was 10 years ago?  Yep!  Back in 2010, Antoine Dodson from Huntsville gave an interview to WAFF-TV about a burglary that happened.  The folks from schmoyoho on YouTube saw the […]

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A Geeky Cycling Tour of Huntsville, Alabama

Since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, there has been an explosion in cycling in America. Cycle trails have been 50% busier and the amount of people out on the road has doubled. It’s […]

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See Video From The 2019 Tinsel Trail In Huntsville, Alabama

I never had a chance to make it up to Huntsville this year, but I wanted to still feature the 2019 Tinsel Trail up in the Huntsville area. The Tinsel Trail is […]

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4 Key Reasons Alabama’s ‘Rocket City’ Is Best Pick For Space Command HQ

Huntsville is in the running to be the headquarters of the new U.S. Space Command, a move that is a natural fit for Alabama’s Rocket City and its longtime support of space and […]

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Good News Fridays: Rodney Smith Jr. Mows Lawns For Free

Alabama and Huntsville native Rodney Smith Jr. has completed his mission.  He has gone to all 50 states to mow lawns for people who are disabled, veterans, or just needs some help.  […]

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Music Thursdays: Lamont Landers On America’s Got Talent

We had someone from Huntsville, Alabama on the current season of America’s Got Talent.  Lamont Landers went onto America’s Got Talent and you could tell he was nervous.  His first song was […]

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New Scholarship Program Will Send Tomorrow’s Astronauts To Space Camp

Post is from Made In Alabama A new international education program to reward aspiring young space explorers and their teachers with a hands-on astronaut training experience at the U.S. Space and Rocket […]

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Watch The 1986 SpaceCamp Movie That Was Partly Shot In Huntsville

Remember the 1986 movie SpaceCamp?  Yeah, many don’t.  The movie was released in June 1986, just months after the Challenger Disaster.  And the movie was panned by most critics.  But, if you […]

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Roadscapes Wednesday: Huntsville, AL I-565 East: Rocket City Rush

There is a new time lapse road video out from the creator FreewayJim.  In this video, FreewayJim follows the entire length of I-565 going Eastbound through Huntsville.  In fact, his wife was […]

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