Featured Sponsor

View the Planet Weekly Digital Magazine!

Get the same experience you’ve come to love with the Planet Weekly on your computer.

Latest in Food

  • Grateful Dead Wine Steal Your Face//Red wine

    Grateful Dead Wine Steal Your Face//Red wine This wine had the mouthfeel of Gerry Garcia’s hair.  Yuck!  Part of the Wines That Rock series, this wine was the Grateful Dead Wine red blend.  Per the bottle, the alcohol content was 14.5% and the fruit came from Mendocino County, California.  The Wines That Rock series has […]

    Read more
  • Cigar City Brewing//White Oak Jai Alai

    Cigar City Brewing//White Oak Jai Alai Most breweries have a line of core offerings that are available to their fans all year-round, but more valuable to the craft beer drinker are the beers that are only available seasonally. These seasonal beers are usually more expensive to produce and a way for the brewer to offer […]

    Read more
  • Jason’s Deli//Best Salad Bar in Town

    Jason’s Deli//Best Salad Bar in Town As a true fan of full disclosure, I have to remind my readers that I’m a dietitian. However, despite my nutrition expertise, I would still rate Jason’s Deli as having the best salad bar in town. As a lover of all foods, the perfect lunch spot for me offers […]

    Read more

Featured Sponsor

view copy

Featured Video

Latest in Entertainment

  • THE ANDREW DUHON TRIO WILL PERFORM ON MARCH 29th ACOUSTIC NIGHT

    acoustic night

    THE ANDREW DUHON TRIO WILL PERFORM ON MARCH 29th ACOUSTIC NIGHT   The Andrew Duhon Trio will be featured on Acoustic Night on March 29, 2017 at 7:30 p.m. at the Bama Theatre. Presented by The Arts Council of Tuscaloosa, Acoustic Night features both solo and ensemble performances of a wide range of music throughout […]

  • Collide// How Far Would You Go For Love

    collide poster

    Collide// How Far Would You Go For Love When it was released in Germany back in 2014, director & co-writer Eran Creevy’s uninspired but bullet-riddled crime thriller “Collide” went by the title “Autobahn” since segments of this saga careened around on those high-speed highways.  Indeed, the most exciting scenes in “Collide” take place on the […]

  • A Final Reckoning//A Hannover Family’s Life and Death in the Shoah By Ruth Gutmann

    book review

    A Final Reckoning//A Hannover Family’s Life and Death in the Shoah By Ruth Gutmann Ruth Herskovits Gutmann’s powerful memoir recounts her life not only as a concentration camp inmate and survivor, but also as a sister and daughter. Born in 1928, Gutmann and her twin sister, Eva, escaped the growing Nazi threat in Germany on […]

  • Split // 23 and Counting

    split_poster

    Split // 23 and Counting If tour-de-force performances alone made great movies, then “Sixth Sense” writer & director M. Night Shyamalan’s “Split” would be one of the best.  Instead, Shyamalan’s twelfth movie qualifies as an unintentionally hilarious, multiple identity disorder, abduction chiller about a colorful fruit loop bristling with more identities than you can count […]

Latest in Music

  • THE ANDREW DUHON TRIO WILL PERFORM ON MARCH 29th ACOUSTIC NIGHT

    acoustic night

    THE ANDREW DUHON TRIO WILL PERFORM ON MARCH 29th ACOUSTIC NIGHT   The Andrew Duhon Trio will be featured on Acoustic Night on March 29, 2017 at 7:30 p.m. at the Bama Theatre. Presented by The Arts Council of Tuscaloosa, Acoustic Night features both solo and ensemble performances of a wide range of music throughout […]

  • Crowder//American Prodigal

    crowder 2

    Crowder//American Prodigal   Over the course of a career that includes 16 years fronting the David Crowder Band and now two albums as a solo artist (released under the name Crowder), David Crowder has gained a reputation as one of the more musically adventurous artists within the Christian music scene.   Just don’t expect him […]

  • Dawes // “An Evening With Dawes”

    dawes

    Dawes // “An Evening With Dawes” Over the course of four previous albums, Dawes has often been typecast as a folk-rock band in the Laurel Canyon tradition of the Eagles or Jackson Browne.   Dawes guitarist/singer Taylor Goldsmith sees some validity in those comparisons, but has always felt they sold his band short when it […]

  • Bon Jovi // “The House Is Not For Sale”

    bon-jovi-press-shot

    Bon Jovi // “The House Is Not For Sale” Bon Jovi keyboardist David Bryan was asked during a recent teleconference interview what advice he’d offer to his younger self if he was starting out in the music business. “Keep attacking, you know, keep forging forward,” Bryan replied during a recent teleconference interview with reporters, noting […]