This morning, TechBirmingham‘s Board of Directors announced they have selected Deon Gordon as their next President.
Birmingham’s mascot will once more moon the audience (and artists) at the park’s annual concert series. Continue reading “Heads up: Vulcan Aftertunes starts Oct.1!”
“Taking a knee is not without precedent Mr. President,” tweeted Former U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder, along with a photo of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
While history is busy repeating itself these days, how long has kneeling been a symbol of civil rights?
UAB and Innovation Depot have caught the federal government’s eye in the best way! On September 22, UAB revealed that the US Department of Commerce awarded the university nearly half a million dollars. Innovation Depot and UAB represent 2 of 42 organizations across 28 states that received funding. Continue reading “Cash injection: UAB and Innovation Depot among RIS 2017 grant winners, for a total of half a million dollars!”
GeekWire, a fast growing national technology news site is reporting that Textio a Seattle-based human resources tech company has identified Birmingham as “an underdog to keep an eye on” in Amazon’s effort to locate their 2nd headquarters.
On Tuesday, Birmingham voters head to the polls in a city-wide election runoff. Mayor, city council and school board seats are up for grabs.
Incumbent William Bell and former Birmingham School Board President Randall Woodfin will face each other in the race for Birmingham’s next mayor.
UPDATE: Roy Moore, the former chief justice of the Alabama Supreme Court, beat out Senator Luther Strange, in Alabama’s special primary runoff on Tuesday.
According to WIAT, Moore maintained an early lead, and the Associated Press called the race around 8:40 PM.
Money Raised through ‘Antiques at The Gardens’ Provides Educational Opportunities for Children
It’s that time again, time for one of the most exciting events held in the Birmingham area every year, ‘Antiques at The Gardens’ at Birmingham Botanical Gardens. This annual event Oct. 5-7 is the largest annual fundraiser for Friends of Birmingham Botanical Gardens. Continue reading “Get Style Tips from New York Designer Amanda Nisbet at Antiques at The Gardens Red Diamond Lecture Series Oct.6”
Tonight, the Alabama Theatre announced that it is one of 25 finalists across the U.S. vying for grant money in the Partners in Preservation: Main Streets campaign.
All I hear are dueling banjos as Alabama’s Senate runoff gears up for one last night of grandstanding before tomorrow’s election between Luther Strange and Roy Moore.
Who do you think will cinch the Republican nomination for a face off against Democratic nominee Doug Jones?
Thanks to numerous volunteers, yesterday the Alabama Environmental Council (AEC) did some heavy lifting and applied some “polish and shine” to their Recycling Center in Avondale, this weekend.
United Way of Central Alabama’s Young Philanthropists’ Society met for an update on this year’s campaign this Monday, September 18th. Held at the Elyton Hotel’s Moonshine rooftop bar, this gathering of young professionals featured fun and fellowship to promote membership and donations.
Hey, the best way to express your political opinion is to get out there and vote. Here are the details on the statewide Senate runoff and Birmingham’s upcoming mayoral election:
On Friday President Trump is making a stop in Huntsville to campaign for “Big Luther” Strange, who is running in a special election against Roy Moore as Alabama’s next U.S. Senator.
What’s this GOP senatorial showdown really all about?
The Huff Post, one of the largest digital news organizations in the nation, is visiting Birmingham today and tomorrow for its Listen to America Road Trip. The Magic City is the 5th community slated for a stopover on 25 city cross country tour.
Their first event is tonight at the 16th Street Baptist Church starting at 6:00.