Jake Harper, recipient of the Leadership Excellence award, and his family at the 2018 Nursing Excellence Awards at Children’s of Alabama. Jake is the nursing director for the Behavioral Health Ireland Center. via Children’s of Alabama.
The nurses of Children’s encounter many different patients with many different physical and psychological issues, and they dedicate themselves wholly to each one.
Continue reading “11 nurses honored for excellence at Children’s of Alabama”
Adamson Ford’s Christie Taylor can show you how to lease or buy a car today.
She’s not here to take advantage of you. She’s here to make sure you’re not overwhelmed with the details of a car purchase. So, relax. Adamson Ford’s
Car Credit Genie Christie Taylor guides us through the do’s and don’ts of car buying.
Continue reading “Confessions of a savvy sales lady! 5 do’s and don’ts about car buying from Adamson Ford’s credit expert.”
Everybody loves a dog on a skateboard. It’s time for Do Dah Day, y’all! Photo submitted.
Birmingham’s legendary celebration of the animals kicks off this weekend! Here’s everything you need to know to navigate Do Dah Day like a pro.
Continue reading “Go all out on your pet’s costume for Birmingham’s classic Do Dah Day May 19”
Pedicab drivers in Charleston, South Carolina, via Charleston City Paper.
electric scooters, horse-drawn carriages and pedicabs? Alex, we’ll take for $1000. Transit Solutions In Birmingham
Continue reading “Business buzz: frozen custard, pedicabs and White Flowers”
Frank Stitt, executive chef at Highlands Bar and Grill. Photo via Highlands Bar and Grill.
We just knocked it out of the culinary park, Birmingham.
Continue reading “Highlands Bar and Grill wins outstanding restaurant award from James Beard Foundation”
Photo via Osayi Endolyn, @osayiendolyn , Twitter
She did it! Congratulations, Chef Dolester Miles! The dessert master at Highlands Bar and Grill for more than 35 years is the most outstanding pastry chef in America. We are so proud of you.
Continue reading “Birmingham’s Dolester Miles wins James Beard award for outstanding pastry chef”
The Crisis Center provides help and hope with a network of volunteers, a dedicated staff and donations. Photo submitted.
It’s not about being strong or weak. It’s about a support system that’s there when you need them. Help the
Crisis Center continue to help others by becoming a friend and donating $75. Here’s the link.
Continue reading “Help the Crisis Center make more connections with those facing suicide, sexual assault and depression in Birmingham”
Riders on a MAX bus. Via Birmingham Transit Program.
On Tuesday, Mayor Randall Woodfin outlined the city’s fiscal 2019 budget to the Birmingham City Council and public. What organizations are missing out on the proposed $436 million?
Continue reading “BJCTA, others could lose out in Birmingham’s proposed 2019 budget”
Slots are filling up fast for
Workshops, Inc’s annual Cornhole Cup! Register your team by following this link.
Cornhole cup participants showing off their skills at the 2017 Cornhole Cup held at Cahaba Brewing. This year’s tournament returns to the popular local brewery. Photo via Workshops, Inc.
Continue reading “It’s time to sign up for Workshops, Inc.’s 2018 Cornhole Cup on May 19”
Walker Wells, a member of the 2013 Amazing Race Team Jones Walker. They won! Photo via Lakeshore Foundation, Facebook.
Join the Amazing Race today and help them continue to improve the lives of people in Birmingham and all over the world.
Here’s the link to register your team.
Continue reading “Register your team now for Lakeshore Foundation’s Amazing Race on June 2”
Kevin Joseph, a licensed tour guide and carriage driver at Royal Carriages in New Orleans, Louisiana, conducting a ghost tour on a mule-drawn carriage. Photo via Royal Carriages.
Horse and mule-drawn carriages are staples of tourist activity in locales like New Orleans, Charleston and New York City. They are also heavily regulated. Will Birmingham take a cue from these cities? Residents are concerned.
Continue reading “UPDATE: Here’s what Birmingham thinks about horse-drawn carriages so far …”
Via Hoover City Schools, Facebook
The Alabama Board of Education will interview four finalists today, and most likely vote on who will lead the state’s K-12 schools.
Continue reading “And, Alabama’s next school superintendent is …”
The Zeigler family and Adamson Ford sales veteran Fred Williams. Photo submitted.
Adamson Ford specializes in a wide selection of new and used cars, trucks and SUVs, along with that unmistakable
Ford service, financing and family of sales experts.
Continue reading “Come out and celebrate 100 years of Adamson Ford with a FREE crawfish boil on Saturday April 21”
LimeBike’s Lime S electric scooters, via LimeBike.
Electric scooter rentals in Birmingham? Maybe. What about horse-drawn carriage rides? That’s a yes.
Continue reading “Birmingham, would you rent an electric scooter?”
Via Alabama Republican Party
Here’s all you need to know about voting in Jefferson County in the June 5 statewide primaries.
Continue reading “Who’s running for governor in Alabama? Your statewide primaries are June 5.”