Mission accomplished United Way of Central Alabama!
Continuing a tradition that started in the late 1940s, Birmingham held its annual Christmas tree lighting ceremony last night. At around 5:30pm, the mayor pulled the switch that unveiled a beautiful sparkling 35 foot tree at Linn Park in front of several hundred people, including the city council and most importantly Santa Claus.
Red Mountain Park (RMP)is a natural and historical Birmingham treasure.
For two decades, Roger and Linda James have shared one very special activity together as a family with the Alabama Symphony Orchestra (ASO).
Earlier this week, the prestigious New York Times Art & Design section of the national publication released their Best Art of 2017 as determined by their art critics.
Welcome to the Bham Now Nature Roundup for the week of December 8.
Beginning August 1st through the 4th in 2018, the Hoover Met Complex will become the Mecca for amateur baseball in the United States.
Forget the North Pole. We just found Santa hard at work in a cave in Alabama at Rickwood Caverns State Park.
Last week, Bham Now published its third installment about the state of Alabama’s biodiversity titled, Alabama has a secret: Its unexplored forests and plants.
2017’s only supermoon is coming to Birmingham. Don’t miss it.
Do you have a jacket in the closet that’s not getting much use? Take it to your nearby Alabama Outdoors before December 24. You’ll get 15% off a new jacket and they’ll donate your old one to a local charity.
This year’s annual holiday Jacket Drive at Alabama Outdoors is especially meaningful for Homewood store manager Jenny Nickoli and her family.
Welcome to the Bham Now Nature Roundup for the week of December 1.
Birmingham and the financial world is abuzz about Bitcoin the digital currency that spiked through the $10,000 barrier earlier this week.