Birmingham’s Mayor-Elect Randall Woodfin takes office November 28. To kick things off, Woodfin tapped two Birmingham heavyweights to lead his transition team. Who are they?
Yesterday marked the soft opening for this adorable restaurant in Forest Park. Get the DL here.
October’s starting to wrap up and the weather has finally started to cool down! This week has a lot going on, and you’re bound to find something you love! And while we try to keep our tone positive, please, if you have kids, do better than “trunk-or-treating.” Seriously. Continue reading “Birmingham top 10: October 19-25”
Can you still get covered? Is the Affordable Care Act being repealed? Here are the answers to all of your Obamacare questions:
Whatever you do, don’t use WiFi for a bit. A new revelation in computer security has shown that WiFi, no matter what device, is insecure and can be hacked: “if your device supports Wi-Fi, it is most likely affected.” Enter key reinstallation attacks, called KRACK. Continue reading “Getting KRACKed: Use WiFi? Drop everything and read this now.”
Interviews started October 9, but it’s not too late to apply. Here are the deets on Topgolf’s upcoming hiring blitz in Birmingham:
Psst…our Avondale favorites have a new owner. But don’t worry, your sushi burritos and barbecue will still be as tasty as ever.
Our BOLD Speaker series is back and it just might be the best one yet. Find out why here.
Our outgoing mayor is for it, and our incoming mayor is ready for the possibilities. Who else is involved with Birmingham’s bid to attract Amazon’s new headquarters to the Magic City?
Trim Tab Brewery took home a bronze medal this year at the Great American Beer Festival! The festival held competitions for 161 different styles of beer. Competition was stout – nearly 8,000 different beers were submitted by over 2000 different breweries. Continue reading “Trim Tab’s Paradise Now gets acclaim”
Well, for starters, we’ve been ranked number one.
Don’t miss out on all of these fun ways to eat, drink, and be scary this Halloween season!
Tobacco products are bad for you. In many cases, they’re bad for people around you. But until relatively recently, few universities actually taken steps to do something about tobacco use among their communities. In Philadelphia, for example, four universities have begun a process to ban any tobacco products from their campuses. Continue reading “Smoked ‘Ham? Unlike some, Birmingham universities aren’t buying a blanket ban on tobacco use”
For one Birmingham couple, the goal was to get healthy and to do it together. After researching prospective gyms and personal trainers, only one stood out from the crowd: Pure Fitness in Vestavia. While David and Elizabeth Self committed to forging a new path for themselves, they both admitted that some outside motivation was just what they needed.