Former Auburn and Cincinnati Bengals coach Tommy Tuberville is considering a different kind of position these days. Word has it he’s thinking about running for Governor of Alabama.
If you’re looking to make a difference civically, why don’t you run for one of the local offices that’s up for election this year, Birmingham?
It’s a meaningful way you can serve your community, especially if you want to make that difference in a positive way.
Sometimes he’s up, sometimes he’s down. When it comes to a possible impeachment of Alabama Governor Robert Bentley, things teeter one way, and then they don’t. Or vice versa.
It’s a big day for a handful of Birmingham culinary professionals. Five chefs and one restaurant have been nominated as semifinalists for the James Beard Awards.
These awards are considered to be the highest honor for food and beverage professionals in America. This is an exciting time for the food scene in Birmingham and Alabama, and I am thrilled for these folks!
Well, that was quick. The District Attorney for Marshall County, Steve Marshall, has been appointed as Alabama’s new Attorney General.
Ever wonder what happens to that vial of blood that is taken at your doctor’s office? UAB employees were once analyzing up to 5,000 vials of blood each night of the week. But, the testing process has just gotten a huge technology infusion from UAB.
UAB Medicine recently welcomed their new automated hospital laboratory.
Meet interior designer Betsy Brown, a local resident and well published professional who creates highly sought after living spaces for clients across the country and beyond.
She’s one of us, Birmingham! ICYMI, Brown was recently featured in 1stdibs with a designer spotlight. Take a look at her work and you’ll know why.
I am always amazed by the number of talented artists we have in Birmingham, and this week you can see for yourself just how much the creative juices are flowing in the Magic City.
There are changes underway at the Birmingham Waterworks Board.
There’s nothing like a farmer’s market to connect with local growers and artisans, so when news broke that Pepper Place is opening for the winter, Birmingham rejoiced!
Birmingham resident Amy Gary is the editor of the Margaret Wise Brown estate, and she’s about to release a new biography about Brown, the author of the esteemed children’s book, Goodnight Moon.
In The Great Green Room: The Brilliant and Bold Life of Margaret Wise Brown (Flatiron, 288 pages, $26.99) has opened up to rave reviews, like this one in the Washington Post.
The outpouring of love, admiration and condolences over the loss of one of Birmingham’s finest continues, as news of Courtney Haden’s passing makes its way through the community.
Join the Reverend Jesse Jackson at Birmingham’s iconic 16th Street Baptist Church this Sunday, January 8, 2016, as he preaches in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s upcoming birthday. The service begins at 10:45 a.m.
Whether it’s understanding a note from your doctor or the beauty of humanity found in Freytag’s pyramid, reading, along with reading comprehension, are two abilities that allow us to navigate the world successfully.
Sometimes I take these endowments for granted, like when I am assembling furniture from IKEA.
When it comes to exploring Birmingham’s rich history of writers and creative thinkers, there’s romance in this Magic City, ya’ll.
Everyone from literary figures, iconic authors, more journalists than you can shake a stick at, editors, novelists, filmmakers, you name it, we’ve reported it, told it, written it, edited it, produced it, you get the picture.