If you read this on Tuesday, December 12th, then go vote! I won’t tell you who to vote for because you probably already know who you prefer, but just go and vote! 10 events and an anti-event are highlighted this week. Let’s go ahead and get the anti-event out of the way: “All Birmingham Public Library locations are closed December 14 for Inventory Day.” Now on to the fun stuff! Continue reading “This week in Birmingham: December 14-20”
Red Mountain Park (RMP)is a natural and historical Birmingham treasure.
Welcome to the Bham Now Nature Roundup for the week of December 8.
Across the country, the majority of businesses are closed on December 25th. It’s to be expected. It’s Christmas Day.
By now everyone knows that Birmingham is a city of great restaurants and that lots of people here are self-proclaimed “foodies.” But did you know many of the city’s restaurants welcome your four-legged “foodies” too? Continue reading “Quick list of some Birmingham dog-friendly restaurants”
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.
The 6th ranked Georgia Bulldogs (11-1) met the 2nd ranked Auburn Tigers (10-2) in the 2017 SEC championship on Saturday, December 2 in Atlanta, Georgia at the Mercedes-Benz stadium. Continue reading “Football fans tweet their reactions to the 2017 SEC championship”
Welcome to the Bham Now Nature Roundup for the week of December 1.
How secret and unexplored is the diversity of Alabama’s trees and plants?
This past Saturday, No. 1 Alabama and No. 6 Auburn went head to head in the 82nd Iron Bowl. And as expected, football fans took to social media to share their thoughts about the game. Here’s a look at the good, the bad and the funny that hit social media before, during and after the Iron Bowl.
The International Space Station made a pass over the Magic City last night! It’s so weird that we almost don’t think about how there are humans living in space for years on end. Bham Now collected some photos off of social media, here’s what went on: Continue reading “ISS over BHM”
Last week, $3.3 million in grants were awarded by Governor Kay Ivey to expand recreational trails in several communities across the state. Included in the announcement is a $200,000 grant to the Shelby County Commission to construct a trailhead and a five-mile-long, multi-use trail at Cahaba River Park.