Sunday, Oct. 29th Vulcan Aftertunes music, local brews

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Vulcan Aftertunes Fall Concert series continues to welcome the changing colors and cooler temperatures of autumn with the last concert of the month on the summit of Red Mountain.

If you haven’t had a chance to experience a relaxing Sunday listening is cool tunes, craft brews, and sweet views then head on up!

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Vulcan Park Aftertunes Fall Concert Series. Via – visitvulcan.com.

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Little River Canyon National Preserve – Alabama’s most visited National Park

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Helicopter airlifting a car out of Little River Canyon in 1990. Over five years from the mid-80s to 1990, 139 abandoned cars were removed from Little River Canyon

This upcoming Saturday, October 21st, people throughout the South will travel to Little River Canyon National Preserve to celebrate the 25th Anniversary of the park.

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Fighting through cerebral palsy, the United Way supports families

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Eryca Lewis and her son, Kylin – photo from the United Way of Central Alabama

Eryca Lewis and her son, Kylin, have a special bond. That’s the first thing you notice about them. It’s seen in the loving and supportive way they look at each other and in Eryca’s gentle clasp of Kylin’s shaking hand as he describes how United Way fights for him. Continue reading “Fighting through cerebral palsy, the United Way supports families”

Nate wind speeds forecast lowered for Birmingham – remain prepared

Some good news to report concerning wind gusts from Nate this morning.

Below are new maps and postings from the National Weather Service in Birmingham (NWS) that were released this morning on the impact Nate will have on the Birmingham region.  The maps were released at 8:11am.  The good news – the NWS has “lowered” their forecast for wind speeds.

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#BringAtoB Birmingham green spaces are abundant and close!

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Yes, the Magic City has exciting businesses and start-ups, and we’re definitely the new “foodie” capital of the south. But, did you know that Birmingham has many beautiful and easily accessible green spaces and parks?  The leaves are changing, there’s a nip in the air, so get outside!
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