Moon landing anniversary events are taking place this weekend across the South and especially in Alabama's Rocket City.
Normally I am not a ghost-believing kind of girl, but I know Huntsville has a rich history with all sorts of quirky characters. I wasn't familiar with the town's many ghost stories before, but am certainly aware of them after attending Huntsville Ghost Walk last weekend.
by Carol Marks Huntsville, Alabama, may be known for its connection to the space industry, but "The Rocket City" also boasts a booming arts community. You wouldn’t think engineers and artists could get along, but the two communities actually compliment each other quite nicely. The best time to get a feel for Huntsville's dual personalities is on the third Thursday of May, June, July and August, when visitors and locals can see artists, vendors and businesses setting up their displays on the town square for the Sidewalk Art Stroll. This year, the Art Stroll has branched out and is hosting a variety of creative minds, including those growing produce locally. The city's downtown restaurants and pubs open their doors, and a fashion show put on by local clothing boutique Envy, made its way into last month's event. Other sights from the May stroll? Juggling by a local radio deejay. Goin’ To The Cats and Dogs Groomers and Retail Store handing out treats for four-legged attendees. A cooking demo from What’s For Supper and handmade ice cream to beat the heat. The Stroll established itself in 2006 as an experiment of sorts, mainly to attract people to the historic downtown area of Huntsville. In the middle