You can’t be bored in a city like this. Especially, this upcoming week. Grab your calendars and try to get out and enjoy these top events.
The libraries of my life have been strange, liminal spaces for specific times and events, usually rainy day Scrabble tournaments.
Continue reading “Reading and Beyond: Libraries Around Birmingham”
There’s always something to do in Birmingham if you look hard enough. Find out what’s happening from March 30th to April 5th. Remember: band name links mean sound, so don’t open them unless you want to get caught!
Hit up the farmer’s market, throw on that apron, and make your friends and family say “wow, I wish I could cook like this!” And then tell them, “you can!” And then tell them all about how Southern food is as much of a cultural mash-up as the food we see in LA and New York, where pastrami tacos and sushi bagels are on corner after corner.
Reminder: don’t click on band names if you’re not supposed to be listening to music (at least until you have some earbuds)
So you want to ruin someone’s diet. The good news is that this is a great city to cheat on a diet with. The bad news is that you might not know the best spots. We’re here to help, with a series of guides to bakeries around Birmingham! (Because if you’re going to cheat on the diet, why not make sure the whole office cheats, too?) This round, we’re focusing on Downtown – the urban center.
In the past, I’ve written about some out-there plans by our local and state governments, like the attempt to bring back tax deductions for renovating historic buildings or the motion to allow golf cart taxis on certain Birmingham streets. It’s great to hear about what’s going on in the moment, but how did these resolutions turn out? Let’s take a look!