In December of last year, I wrote about the demolition of blighted property in Birmingham. Has the situation changed? In mid-March 2018, a transition report that included public input and recommendations for progress in Birmingham was released by Mayor Woodfin. Take a look.
There are lots of great places in the Birmingham area to grab a quick bite or a leisurely meal. We found some new spots that you might not have tried yet and some that will be open very soon. Always nice to have new choices!
History can be inspiring, epic and almost surreal in its scale. History can also be boring and dusty…and it can be painful and sobering as well. The National Memorial for Peace and Justice, opens today in Montgomery, AL remembering the thousands of victims of lynchings.
Since 1999, filmmakers from across the country and around the world have come to Birmingham to screen their work at Sidewalk. MAKE MOVIE MAGIC, a campaign to fund the Sidewalk Film Center and Cinema is well underway to create a permanent home for this innovative and important piece of Birmingham’s cultural puzzle.
Some of our favorite things; music and pizza and craft beer, they go together like…well, like music and pizza and beer! SliceFest is a summer festival that celebrates many of the things we are passionate about.
Ghost Train Brewing Co. is one of the best known local brewers to hit the Birmingham food and beverage scene. An interesting new stout, Stout Side of the Moon 13.9ABV has been released in nifty four-packs by Ghost Train.
What is bill SB384? It passed on March 26, and Governor Kay Ivey signed it. This bill simply allowed the Birmingham City Council to determine whether or not to allow on-premise alcohol sales in Birmingham starting at 10 a.m. on Sundays.
Some of the most successful startups and those often earning record profits and eventually selling for many millions are based on apps that facilitate. Apps that connect the consumer or user with a service provider, ones that save the consumer time…and simply make life easier.