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.
While some donors to both the Doug Jones’ and Roy Moore’s campaigns are widely known, others are not. Is this another case of business as usual in Alabama politics?
Beginning August 1st through the 4th in 2018, the Hoover Met Complex will become the Mecca for amateur baseball in the United States.
Abandoned and dilapidated homes and buildings pose a huge challenge for many cities across the country. Birmingham’s new mayor, Randall Woodfin, has an aggressive plan to reduce this urban blight, by demolishing one of these derelict structures every day!
Early this morning, President Trump tweeted his support for Republican Roy Moore in Alabama’s upcoming Senate election. Recent polls show that Moore and his Democratic opponent Doug Jones remain deadlocked. How do they stand on issues important to Alabamians?
Forget the North Pole. We just found Santa hard at work in a cave in Alabama at Rickwood Caverns State Park.
Birmingham’s unemployment rate is down, too.
Birmingham, you can put the rumor to rest. It’s true. Police Chief A.C. Roper is not seeking reappointment under the Woodfin administration.
November 28 – Randall Woodfin took the oath of office to become the 30th mayor of the city of Birmingham, and one of the youngest in history. Continue reading “Randall Woodfin is sworn in as Birmingham’s 30th mayor: photo gallery”
AIDS is no longer the death sentence it once was. In fact, with careful management, people living with AIDS can live almost entirely normal lives. With World AIDS Day (which promotes awareness, not AIDS) approaching, what are Birminghamians doing? Continue reading “As World AIDS Day approaches, Birmingham prepares to remember and continues to support”
The holiday season is a time for giving. In fact, more charitable donations are made at the end of the year than any other time. A great way to kick start the giving season is by participating in #GivingTuesday – an annual “Day of Giving” event that takes place on the first Tuesday after Thanksgiving. Continue reading “Giving Tuesday: where to give this season in Birmingham”
Downtown commuters! I-59/20 ramp closed at midnight! This exit closure could mean traffic delays for you.
Did you hear it? At approximately 7:30am this morning there was another loud “booming” sound that reverberated throughout North Central Alabama. Earlier this month in mid-November there was a mysterious booming sound which Meteorlogist James Spann coined the “Bama Boom.”
The numbers are staggering.
One in six seniors struggles with hunger in Alabama.
With the destruction of the Georgia Dome, UAB football program’s comeback, and the World Games coming in 2021, talk of an open-air stadium in Birmingham is circulating more than ever. Could it happen sooner than we think?