La-Z-Boy owner, Curt Morris, and staff prepare for Inventory Overstock Clearance sale. Photo by Hunter Nichols.
Looking for big savings on furniture and room décor? Then hurry to
La-Z-Boy Furniture Galleries for incredible deals on quality furniture items during their Inventory Overstock Clearance Sale! Here’s everything you need to know about the sale: Continue reading “Shop La-Z-Boy Furniture Galleries Inventory Overstock Clearance Sale in Birmingham ending January 29th”
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Brrr! Birmingham is in the midst of a mighty big cold snap with temperatures running below freezing.
Continue reading “Attention Birmingham pet owners! Here’s how to protect your pets from the cold”
Staff at the Hoover Public Library show excitement for books and upcoming events. Photo via Hoover Public Library.
Birmingham is home to a number of incredible public libraries – each with their own calendar filled with exciting events! For the ultimate January guide to library events happening around the ‘ham, read on!
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Nadia Tellis and Roald Hazelhoff at the Birmingham Southern College Ecoscape
For 18 years, Birmingham has held one of the largest MLK, Jr. Day of Service events in the country for a city its size.
Continue reading “Giving back: Scenes from the Hands On Birmingham MLK Day of Service”
Snow Angel in Crestwood neighborhood of Birmingham, Alabama – Photo by: Amber Lynn Ladner (the angel was made by her daughter Sarah Belle
This list is going to grow. Below are the schools and city offices that have announced they are closing for their doors tomorrow ahead of the inclement weather that is expected.
Continue reading “Birmingham region snow day closings and delays for January 16, 2018”
The latest graphic from the National Weather Service
The National Weather Service in Birmingham and local television stations are issuing winter weather advisories in Alabama for Tuesday, January 16th. Snow is on the way.
Continue reading “Is Birmingham in for a repeat of the 2014 Snow storm?”
Carlos Izcaray, photo courtesy of Alabama Symphony Orchestra
If you ever have the pleasure to experience French cuisine, its the attention to detail, the rich flavors, diverse ingredients and the art of pulling it all together that sets it a part from dishes around the world.
Continue reading “Like French cuisine, Alabama Symphony Orchestra’s Bolero is rich and unforgettable”
Flu season is upon us. Via- www.netdoctor.com.
Wednesday evening the Jefferson County Health department and doctors from UAB held a press conference to explain and warn the public that the entire country, and particularly our area is in the middle of a major seasonal flu situation.
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image via www.thetoptea.com
Could Lyft and Uber soon be available statewide? Some Birmingham organizations are hoping for just that.
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Nancy Rhodes, owner of Abundance Yoga. Photo via Kristina O’Quinn for Bham Now
Have you been thinking about getting physically and mentally healthy in the new year? Think that yoga isn’t possible for your body type or ability? Think again! Nancy Rhodes shares her love for helping all people feel good about their bodies in this week’s edition of Small Business Monday!
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It really does. Via – www.pics4.city-data.com
Looks like there is chance of snow Tuesday in Birmingham. Before you race out the door for the proverbial
take a quick look at Bham Now’s guide to surviving a snow dusting in Birmingham AL. bread and milk
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The March Quilt – photo by Pat Byington, Bham Now
Bib & Tucker Sew Op-op has chosen nature and environmental justice as the theme for the 2018 March Quilts.
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Parker Falls in the Bankhead National Forest, photo by Sam Calhoun
Welcome to the Bham Now Nature Roundup for the week of January 13.
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Investment in everyone, thanks to reduced tax burdens? Via Y’all Connect
While tax cuts for corporations have been criticized in the commercial media and on many social platforms, not everything is bad! Two of Birmingham’s largest employers have announced some form of increased compensation for their employees.
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Left to right – Austin Griswold, President Trump and Ben Klein
This past Monday,
University of Alabama ROTC Cadet and Birmingham area native Ben Klein was not expecting to attend the National Championship game in Atlanta. In fact, he planned to cheer for the Tide with some friends at home in Tuscaloosa.
Continue reading “Birmingham area native ROTC Cadet is surprise guest of President Trump at National Championship”
Photo courtesy Vulcan Park and Museum.
Valentine’s Day is just around the corner. How will you celebrate the most romantic day of the year? May we suggest…..
Continue reading “Say ‘I do’ with a view on Valentine’s Day at Vulcan Park and Museum in Birmingham”