Salutations, y'all! I'm Meg Summers, an Alabama girl who's been back home in Tuscaloosa since 2009. I've been in radio since my college days (go WKU Hilltopppers!), so you could say music is my life. When I'm not managing Alt 1017, I'm ordering crap I don't need online or looking at stupid memes on my phone. I love college football, sweet tea, supporting local businesses, and pie. I think The Avenue Pub has the best cheeseburger in Tuscaloosa, and I will physically fight you if you disagree. I've seen 'The Big Lebowski' at least a thousand times, but my heart belongs to 'Almost Famous.' It's all happening--well, at least middays from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Tide for Tigers Supply Relief Drive Delivers Supplies to Lee County
Tide for Tigers rolled down to the Plains today and delivered a truck load of much-needed supplies to Lee County.
Alabama is in Desperate Need of a Lottery
It is 2019, and Meg has one question: why does Alabama STILL not have a lottery?
Severe Storms, Tornadoes Possible
Damaging winds and tornadoes are possible tomorrow as a cold front makes its way across the State of Alabama.
Time Warp Tuesday: Meg’s Tracks for March 12, 2019
Meg's cracking open the Alt Vault for seven essential Time Warp Tuesday songs.
Severe Storms, Tornadoes Possible on Thursday
West Alabama could see severe weather on Thursday.
Tool to Play Legacy Arena at the BJCC May 7, 2019
Tool is coming to Birmingham.
The Black Keys Are Back: Stream ‘Lo/Hi’ Now
The Black Keys have finally released new music, and we are 100% here for it.
Charlotte Russe to Close All Its Stores and Begin Liquidation Sales
Women's clothier Charlotte Russe is closing all of its stores nationwide, including its store in Tuscaloosa's University Mall.
Severe Storms, Tornadoes Possible in Alabama Saturday
The latest data from the National Weather Service in Birmingham suggests we could see damaging winds and tornadoes on Saturday.
‘Tide for Tigers’ Accepting Cash Donations at Bryant Bank
Lee County is still reeling from the devastation of an EF4 tornado that tore through the area on Sunday, and we are asking Tuscaloosa to step up and help our neighbors in their time of need.