The long anticipated naming of Birmingham’s United Soccer League (USL) professional team is over. The official brand of OUR new team is….
This week we have kitty George, not to be confused with Boy George or one of the four members of The Beatles. George is up for adoption at the GBHS.
The Sloss Fest lineup is out and we finally know what we’re in for, aside from sweltering hot temps and a music-filled weekend in Birmingham, Alabama.
Why the head?
You might have wondered about Bham Now’s logo—our bearded mascot.
The teal bearded head looks like most guys we run into at the local breweries… and maybe a little like Vulcan’s little brother. We found quite a few look-alike around Bham Instagram posts. Send us your #bhamnowlogolookalikes!
Whether you’re serious about making a career change or just window shopping, here are some open jobs for you to peruse this week!
Birmingham is home to a number of incredible public libraries – each with their own calendar filled with exciting events! For the ultimate January guide to library events happening around the ‘ham, read on! Continue reading “The ultimate January guide to library events happening in Birmingham”
For 18 years, Birmingham has held one of the largest MLK, Jr. Day of Service events in the country for a city its size. Continue reading “Giving back: Scenes from the Hands On Birmingham MLK Day of Service”
When it comes to successful business stories, one of the biggest trends for 2018 is improving company culture. Just ask the Birmingham-based apparel brand Aviate.
To this young and enthusiastic team, capitalizing on creativity and energy translates to rapid business growth.
This list is going to grow. Below are the schools and city offices that have announced they are closing for their doors tomorrow ahead of the inclement weather that is expected.
The National Weather Service in Birmingham and local television stations are issuing winter weather advisories in Alabama for Tuesday, January 16th. Snow is on the way. Continue reading “Is Birmingham in for a repeat of the 2014 Snow storm?”
If you ever have the pleasure to experience French cuisine, its the attention to detail, the rich flavors, diverse ingredients and the art of pulling it all together that sets it a part from dishes around the world.
Wednesday evening the Jefferson County Health department and doctors from UAB held a press conference to explain and warn the public that the entire country, and particularly our area is in the middle of a major seasonal flu situation.
Could Lyft and Uber soon be available statewide? Some Birmingham organizations are hoping for just that.
Have you been thinking about getting physically and mentally healthy in the new year? Think that yoga isn’t possible for your body type or ability? Think again! Nancy Rhodes shares her love for helping all people feel good about their bodies in this week’s edition of Small Business Monday! Continue reading “Small business Monday – spotlight on Abundance Yoga”