There’s good news for green business here in Birmingham, as a local company moves away from Styrofoam food packaging to a more eco-friendly alternative.
A joint venture between a consumer-packaging company called Sonoco and a recycled-fiber packaging company called Cascades are putting big bucks into its Birmingham-based plant, and the new water-based product that they’re manufacturing means additional jobs, too. About 20, according the Birmingham Business Journal.
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UAB definitely knows a thing or two about environmental education and reducing environmental impact. That is why they were honored as one of three 2017 Green Ribbon Schools by the U.S. Department of Education.
Thanks to Grubhub, some of your favorite restaurants are now only a click away from a fast delivery to your go-to spot. Whether you are relaxing at home or hanging out with friends, you can use their app or website to order a variety of Bham dining spots.
Birmingham has a fair share of events each week that will be sure to strike your fancy. Next week is not any different. From Fermentation classes to your favorite bands coming to town, here are 10 events you won’t want to miss.
What happens when two families come together to create a tradition? Neighbors spend an afternoon enjoying each other’s company on a gorgeous day! Crestwood North neighbors and friends gathered in the 5300 block of 7th Court S. on Sunday afternoon, February 26, for the annual Crestwood Mardi Gras Parade.
One of the nation’s most prestigious entrepreneurial programs, 10,000 Small Businesses has served over 7,700 small business owners and has reached businesses from all 50 states, Puerto Rico, and Washington, D.C.
Since its founding, alumni of the 10,000 Small Business program have achieved immediate and sustained growth.
After leading Alabama’s Department of Archives and History for more than thirty years, Dr. Edwin C. Bridges lets us into a big secret: Alabama’s powerful and dramatic history is often overlooked by those of us living in it. But, his new book is aiming to change that.
Club Duquette, located at 17 55th Place South, is one of Woodlawn’s newest businesses. The shop, which opened in late September 2016, is owned and operated by it’s namesake, Duquette Johnston and his wife, Morgan. They’ve lived in East Lake for almost a decade, with Duquette having made music in Woodlawn for almost as long. The newest member of their business team is their three-year-old son, Tennessee Wolf.