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8/29 – 9/1

 

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COLLEGE FOOTBALL:



ALABAMA vs West Virginia- Sat 2:30pm, Chick-Fil-A Kickoff Game, Atlanta, ABC/ ESPN2, CHECK HERE



AUBURN vs Arkansas - Sat 3pm, Auburn, SEC Network, CLICK HERE




FLORIDA vs Idaho - Sat 6pm, Gainesville, ESPNU, CLICK HERE




FLORIDA STATE vs Oklahoma State- Sat 7pm, Arlington TX, ABC, CLICK HERE





HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL:

 

FRIDAY-

 

Andalusia @ UMS Wright, NEWS RADIO 710 AM

Baker @ Murphy, Ladd, UTV 44 Game of the Week

McIntosh @ Leroy

Mobile Christian @ Excel

Chickasaw @ Cottage Hill Christian

Bayside @ Faith Academy

B.C. Rain @ Satsuma

Vigor @ McGill Toolen

St. Paul’s @ D’Iberville MS

Williamson @ Blount

Robertsdale @ LeFlore

Citronelle @ Baldwin County

Gulf Shores @ Spanish Fort

Saraland @ Daphne

Mary G. Montgomery @ Davidson

Foley @ Fairhope

Alma Bryant @ Theodore





 

 

 

MOBILE/BALDWIN

 



69th Annual SOUTHWEST ALABAMA LABOR COUNCIL LABOR DAY PARADE – Mon 10am, downtown Mobile

The parade has become known as the toilet paper parade, because many of the over 2,000 marchers throw toilet paper and paper towels (made by local union workers at Kimberly Clark) along with traditional parade throws.   CLICK HERE

 

 

SEAGRASS CONCERT SERIES - Sat 12noon-10pm, Alabama Deep Sea Fishing Rodeo Site, Dauphin Island

It’s an all-Americana day of music, featuring Jason Isbell (formerly of Drive By Truckers), his wife Amanda Shires, Marc Broussard, Lisa Mills and Ryan Balthrop.   CLICK HERE



 

PARTY ON MAIN STREET with KIP MOORE- Sun 7pm, Main Street at The Wharf, Orange Beach

Bring the family to play all day at The Wharf, then enjoy a completely free show featuring Kip Moore at 7pm (presented by 95 KSJ, The Wharf, and MCA Nashville), followed by fireworks.  CLICK HERE




YO GOTTI with 8BALL and MJG - Sun 8pm, Mobile Civic Center, CLICK HERE  



 

STEEL MAGNOLIAS - Fri/Sat 8pm, Sun 2pm, Mobile Theatre Guild

In the world of Truvy’s beauty salon, six very different women come together to share their secrets, fears and love for one another….and a little neighborly gossip.   CLICK HERE

 





 

PENSACOLA




THE LEGO MOVIE - Fri at sundown, Community Maritime Park

Watch this free, family-friendly movie from your car or the grassy lawn.  CLICK HERE





BLUES ON THE BAY - Sun 5pm-7pm, Community Maritime Park

Bring blankets and chairs and enjoy a free evening of Blues music with great local and regional musicians.

CLICK HERE

 



GULF COAST SUMMER FESTIVAL- Sat 12 noon-12 midnight, Casino Beach, Pensacola Beach

It’s 12 hours of non-stop R&B, jazz, Southern Soul Blues music.  Bring your lawn chairs, cooler, and umbrella and enjoy the music, featuring Average White Band, Johnny Gill, Dru Hill and more.  CLICK HERE





HOW THE WEST WAS WON - Sat 7pm, Pensacola Saenger Theatre

The Saenger Classic Movie Series continues with the 1962 family saga covering several decades of Western expansion in the 19th Century, including the Gold Rush, the Civil War, and building of the railroads.  Stars Jimmy Stewart, John Wayne, Gregory Peck, Henry Fonda.  CLICK HERE

 

 

 

 

 

 

MISSISSIPPI

 



DAVID SPADE - Sat 8pm, IP Casino Biloxi, CLICK HERE



 

COLLECTIVE SOUL - Fri 8pm, Golden Nugget Casino Biloxi, CLICK HERE




 

DEEP PURPLE- Fri 8pm, Hard Rock Casino Biloxi, CLICK HERE






 

IN THEATERS




THE NOVEMBER MAN (R ) - Pierce Brosnan plays an ex-CIA agent, code-named The November Man, who is lured out of retirement for one last mission...and becomes the target of his former friend and CIA protege’.  It’s the ultimate cat and mouse game set in the world of international espionage.  Based on the November Man book series by Bill Granger.  

 

 

AS ABOVE, SO BELOW (R )  -  When a team of explorers ventures into an uncharted maza of catacombs beneath the city of Paris, they uncover the secret of what this city of the dead was supposed to contain.   

 

 

BOYHOOD (R)  - Filmed over 12 years with the same cast, this film is a groundbreaking story of growing up as seen through the eyes of a child named Mason, who literally grows up on screen before our eyes.  Stars Patricia Arquette, Ethan Hawke.  Now  showing at the Crescent Theater in downtown Mobile.