Extreme air sports let us realize that dream of flying we’ve all had; soaring through the air and executing a perfect flip. Do you ever watch those Ninja Warrior shows, and wonder if you could beat the course? Now you can test your skills, and take flight at several extreme air sports venues around Birmingham.
As it turns out, alcohol and animals do mix! From bearded concert bunnies to a wine festival at the Birmingham Zoo, I think there’s something for everyone this week in Birmingham. Ever wanted a band to market their own car because their logo was just that cool? Continue reading “Birmingham’s Top Ten – October 4-10”
Two class acts met on Saturday evening before the matchup between college football’s defending National Champion Clemson and Auburn University:
Clemson Head Coach Dabo Swinney and senior Vestavia Hills High School football player Jake Pratt.
THE HOUSE PARTY
UAB football is back after a two- year hiatus. The excitement in Birmingham can be felt all around town. It’s electric! Friday night UAB kicked off the return of football with a ‘UAB House Party’ with vendors and a concert by former UAB quarterback and country music star Sam Hunt, in Uptown Birmingham. Over 20,000 happy and excited UAB fans, supporters and employees attended the free House Party concert to kick off the return of football. Continue reading “The Electrifying Return of UAB Football”
Are you ready for college football!
Iron Tribe is a Birmingham-born, community-focused health club that’s found a way to stand out in the explosive fitness industry. We’ll explore how their new mobile app for members, custom-built by Birmingham development agency Airship, is helping the Tribe Movement go national.
According to ESPN FC, the United Bid Committee (US/Canada/Mexico) for the 2026 World Cup announced a proposed list of 49 cities under consideration to host games for the world’s largest sporting event.
Birmingham’s Legion Field is on the list.
Birmingham made soccer history tonight at Good People Brewing Company.
If you’ve been hearing an increase in the amount of Hebrew being spoken around you at the grocery store, you aren’t going crazy. There’s a lot of blue and white lanyards around town, a lot of teenagers in gym shorts and yarmulkes. There are nearly 1,000 athletes from around the world staying with host families in Birmingham to participate in the 2017 JCC Maccabi Games. Continue reading “MaccaB’ham: Maccabi Games in the Magic City”
Alabama needs soccer referees.
Car races have history in Alabama, and there are even aerial races (though nowhere near the Magic City), but what about drones? FPV, or first-person view, drone races have become increasingly popular across America. Continue reading “Alabama interest in FPV racing soars to new heights”
With two victories today, the Southside Shockers advanced to the Final Six of the Dizzy Dean World Series.
Are you an avid tennis player who plays competitively? Or one of those people who just plays for fun with friends? Maybe you want to play tennis, but have no idea how? Our guide to tennis courts in Birmingham lets you skip the research and go straight to the game.