Donny Dockery is the owner of Tuscaloosa’s first cryotherapy chamber. The chamber, located inside a utility trailer, uses nitrogen mist to quickly cool a client’s body to temperatures as low as minus 166 degrees Fahrenheit.
Kyle, a full-time nursing student at Shelton State Community College, also works nights and weekends in the emergency room at DCH Regional Medical Center.
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At Epiphany, farm-to-fork cuisine is slowly becoming more popular, with various combinations that add an exotic twist to each dish.
The Juice Bar, a healthy new addition near City Center, is getting students curious to try new combinations of organic smoothies, juices and foods.
What would Southern soul food be without fried chicken, mac and cheese and a plump of mashed potatoes? Some students at The University of Alabama have made their own healthy version of soul food, subtracting all animal products.
While the South is usually known for its comfort dishes of fried chicken and cornbread and not always for its sushi, a few restaurants in Tuscaloosa are seeking to satisfy residents’ cravings.
Manna is considered an unexpected benefit or spiritual nourishment. That’s what the owners of Manna Grocery and Deli aim to provide.