It’s self-explanatory to get hung up on the past, especially for a location like Tuscaloosa, which has some problematic episodes in regional history… Because of this I know a lot of folks, especially folks from up North, look down on us, or know that Tuscaloosa isn’t a good location to live; I am here to set the record straight, as well as say that this neighborhood is one of the friendliest sites you can ever visit… Whatever happened in the past is in the past, these afternoons Tuscaloosa is a neighborhood of love, friendship, as well as siblinghood.
As an example, know about all the weird community festivals as well as street fairs held in Tuscaloosa every year, then they are all a little different, with an emphasis on a weird culture or group of Tuscaloosa citizens, however they all share a similar purpose in bringing the community together.
In Tuscaloosa there is nothing my pal and I cherish more than getting out in the street, eating some greasy food, as well as meeting modern people, every year Tuscaloosa hosts the Sakura Festival, the Weindorf Festival, the Kentuck Festival of Arts, the Druid City Arts Festival, as well as the Moundville Native American Festival, just to name a few! The only thing I don’t like about these street festivals is the lack of air conditioning… Depending on the time of summer time in Tuscaloosa, sometimes I just don’t want to leave the comfort of my loft Heating and A/C system, but most of the time it is worth the effort to get up as well as out of the house, as well as experience a side of Tuscaloosa I might not see certainly often. This neighborhood is remarkably diverse.