Memorial Day Weekend 2019, sacred places around Birmingham, including Alabama National Cemetery (PHOTOS)

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Memorial Day Weekend 2019 Alabama National Cemetery. Photo by Pat Byington for Bham Now

In honor of our fellow citizens who gave the ultimate sacrifice for our nation, this Memorial Day weekend, Bham Now is publishing photos from the Alabama National Cemetery, Alabama Veterans Memorial Park, Elmwood Cemetery and Veterans Park in Hoover.

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Greenhouse in Homewood aims to serve healthy meals for families, opening soon (PHOTOS)

Green House in Homewood
Mary Claire and Bray Britton owners of Greenhouse. Photo by Pat Byington for Bham Now

Finding a restaurant that serves affordable healthy meals, quickly for your family or people on the go is not easy. Have no fear Birmingham, we have found that place.

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Slay your Saturday: 4 reasons to start your weekend with Spin and Brunch at Pepper Place

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Friends enjoying a refreshment after a workout at Ignite Cycle (Photo by Hannah Chambley for Bham Now)

It’s spring in Birmingham. Patio weather is poppin’, brunch plans are bountiful and there are no shortage of farmers markets to check out. While all these things are Saturday morning millennial gold, I’m here to let you in on Birmingham’s PEAK millennial experience: spin and brunch at Pepper Place.

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A look inside Avenue A townhomes in downtown Birmingham

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Rooftop views at Avenue A in Birmingham. Photo via H2 Real Estate

Love the large size of suburban housing, but crave the upbeat vibe of a bustling city? H2 Real Estate has exactly what you desire—Avenue A townhomes. Here’s an inside look at this brand new development that’s bringing urban luxury to downtown Birmingham.

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PHOTOS: Rep Birmingham’s Iron City with new merch. Win t-shirts, coozies and more on Bham Now!

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Iron City went all out with this Frankenstein t-shirt, and we’re here for it! Photo by Hannah Chambley for Bham Now

There are plenty of ways to support your favorite local music venues. For Iron City, you can go to shows, eat at The Grill and now you can sport their new merch all around Birmingham.

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Why you need to go to the 23rd annual Rickwood Classic on May 29! 6 fun facts about Birmingham Barons’ throwback game.

The 23rd annual Rickwood Classic takes place on May 29, 2019
I wonder what happened next. Photo from Facebook

This year’s 23rd annual Rickwood Classic harkens back to the first-ever game the Birmingham Coal Barons played at Rickwood Field. The time was August 18th, 1910, and baseball mania was so high in Birmingham that much of the city closed its doors for business early that day. Over 10,000 fans came to watch the Coal Barons beat the Montgomery Climbers 3-2.

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Join Vulcan’s 115th Birthday Bash June 2 with clowns, animal encounters and music. Get tickets now.

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You are cordially invited to celebrate the 115thBirthday of Birmingham’s biggest resident! Vulcan’s Birthday Bash will kick off the summer on Sunday, June 2, from 1-5PM. The Big Guy is especially excited to welcome UAB Callahan Eye Hospital as the presenting sponsor of his birthday party! Get your tickets today – $8 for adults, $6 for children 5-12. Members and children under four are free! 

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The first 300 kids will receive a goody bag. Photo via Vulcan Park
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Harvest Market and Southern Organics are bringing fresh, local food to Birmingham. Check out the new Harvest Market downtown.

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Harvest Market downtown features fresh, local produce.
Fresh produce at Harvest Market downtown. Photo supplied

If you live or work in downtown Birmingham, it’s been hard to get fresh, local produce unless it’s a farmer’s market day. Monday, May 20, 2019, Harvest Market and Southern Organics changed all that.

Harvest Market opened a new store that features local produce, meats and beverage options. It’s in the old Parisian building next to Paramount and across from Chocolata.

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Birmingham, does your largest asset have the symptoms of a failing foundation? 5 reasons to repair your home’s foundation.

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Most homeowners don’t give much thought to their home’s foundation. Until one day, it’s failing, causing a host of problems such as cracked walls or uneven floors. Here are a few tips from our friends at AFS Foundation & Waterproofing Specialists, A Bayless Company, about what to look for and why you should address foundation problems sooner rather than later.

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You’ll ROFL at Little Shop of Horrors. Enjoy music, laughs and a bloodthirsty plant live on stage at RMTC Cabaret Theatre through June 2. Use code: Bham7 to save $7.

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Red Mountain Theatre Company’s Little Shop of Horrors. Photo by Stewart Edmonds via Red Mountain Theatre Company.

Are you a live comedy-horror musical fan?  I am now.

Red Mountain Theatre Company has another monster hit on its hands. The tremendously funny musical, Little Shop of Horrors, is being performed at the RMTC Cabaret Theatre until June 2. The show inspired by 1950’s rock’n’roll and motown, featuring lovable characters, and a mysterious singing plant with a plan to take over the world! Get tickets now (use discount code BHam7 to save $7)

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Desperate parents’ guide to non-college football sports in Birmingham including The Barons

Birmingham Legion's Matt VannOekel playing one of the non-college football sports in Birmingham
Birmingham Legion Football Club’s Matt VannOekel. Photo from Facebook

Do you (or your kids) love baseball, soccer, football and other sports? We do! That’s why we put together this guide to all the non-college football sports you could hope to watch in Birmingham.

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