Welcome to the Bham Now Nature Roundup April 28st “Pass it on down” edition sponsored by the JSU Little River Canyon Center
Last Tuesday, 9 startup companies presented their business models to investors, business professionals, media, and those excited about Birmingham’s startup eco-system.
Accordingly, GLOW app, founded by Yazmin and Jim Cavale, has incurred $250,000 of funding to expand into Nashville!
We’re reaching out to you, tonight, District 7. Here’s our interview with one of your city council candidates, Titus Battle.
The Rotaract Club of Birmingham will host the first ever College Signing Day on Friday, April 28, at A.H. Parker High School. The ceremony will honor the achievements of 62 Parker High School college-bound seniors.
College Signing Day will celebrate graduating seniors, showcase student leaders and inspire younger classes to continue their education. Khadijah Abdullah, executive director of Teach For America and a Birmingham City Schools graduate, will be the keynote speaker.
Just in time for his 113th birthday bash on June 4th, Vulcan, the iconic symbol of Birmingham is getting a fresh new coat of paint.
Roy Moore is back, and Tommy Tuberville says goodbye, ya’ll. In the state of Alabama, this is how it goes.
Buc-ee’s started in Texas in 1982, is looking to expand further into the Southeast. Florida’s Daytona Beach will break ground on its newest location, by 2018, and Baldwin County, Alabama is the next prospect.
Have you been to a Bus-ee’s? Tell us.