Photo courtesy of American Family Care
A company with a foundation based on rich Birmingham history and tradition, American Family Care (AFC), has made its mark on the nation by offering the ‘Right Care, Right Now’ to patients throughout the United States. With more than 180 clinics and 600 in-network physicians nationwide, AFC opened its new urgent care and primary care clinic in
Cahaba Village located in Mountain Brook on Jan.8. Continue reading “Urgent care comes to Mountain Brook with new American Family Care clinic”
Photo courtesy of Lovelady Center Children of the Lovelady Center
You can help make Christmas merry and bright for the
Lovelady Center this year especially for the children of the women who participate in the Center’s recovery programs! Continue reading “Help make Christmas merry and bright for the children of Birmingham’s Lovelady Center”
Photo courtesy of Shop Small Facebook Page
There’s something more going on this Saturday other than the big game! It’s
Small Business Saturday! With the rallying cry of Shop Small!, the event was first introduced Nov. 27, 2010, by American Express, in partnership, with the National Trust for Historic Preservation, as a counter event to Black Friday and Cyber Monday events. Continue reading “Shop small, shop local this Saturday in downtown Birmingham”
Photo courtesy of Birmingham Venture Club
The Venture Club’s 32 Annual Meeting will give attendees a huge opportunity to network with high profile entrepreneurs, corporate and community leaders as well as with economic development leaders at the Sheraton Birmingham on Dec. 7 at 10:30 am – 1:00 PM. Tickets are $50 and can be purchased on the Birmingham Venture Club
website. Continue reading “Birmingham Venture Club’s annual meeting will feature John S. Jemison Venture Award and the 2017 Spark Match Competition”
Meals on Wheels volunteers Jimy George and Franke Browne, photo courtesy of United Way of Central Alabama
Amazing Meals on Wheels Volunteers
A meal can change a life. That’s the lesson Jimy George and Franke Browne, two Alabama Power employees, have learned as volunteers for United Way of Central Alabama’s
Meals on Wheels program. Continue reading “Amazing Meals on Wheels volunteers impact lives everyday”
Photo Courtesy of Comedienne Joy
Comedienne Joy is known for her work as a clean comedian, but did you know she also is a food vlogger with a TV show called
Dining Out with Comedienne Joy? She began her TV show, when Joe Lockett of the mentioned to her that she should vlog about the restaurants she visits. She began the TV show last January and things have only taken off from there. Joe Lockett Radio Show Continue reading “Dining out with Comedienne Joy kicks off first food bus tour through Birmingham”
Photo courtesy of Kristina O’Quinn
Forty-four years ago Julia Wesley’s brother called her after he bought a car from Adamson Ford, in Birmingham, and told her that the dealership was looking for a receptionist and that she should put in an application for the job.
Julia told her brother that she would think about it.
Continue reading “Julia Wesley has served customers at Adamson Ford for 44 years”
Betsy McAtee, CEO and President of Dreamland and Dreamtruck Chef Angela Schmidt
Birmingham foodies and food truck enthusiasts now have dreamy options when it comes to street food. The new
Dreamland BBQ inspired international food truck menu served from the Dreamland Dreamtruck was a hit with over 100 people who got to sample the menu last night at the Homewood Community Center. Continue reading “Dreamland BBQ hits it out of the park with its amazing new Dreamtruck menu”
Birmingham Commercial Realtor Council – via Bham Now
More than 100 commercial realtors from around town got the opportunity to see some of the hot new Birmingham commercial real estate properties currently, or about to be, under construction.
Hosted by the
Birmingham Commercial Realtor Council at Moonshine Birmingham, the top of the Elyton Hotel was a no brainer location! Continue reading “Birmingham is on fire when it comes to commercial real estate development”
Photo by Kara Kennedy
I am sure by now, you all have seen the BHM baseball caps in retailers around town, but did you know that the company who came up with the idea is located right here in Birmingham and that it has expanded internationally?
The product line, baseball cap with airport codes stitched on them, promotes a sense of pride in one’s community, which is one of the founding principles behind why owner Ben Lancaster decided to open
Aviate in 2015. And since its opening, the Homewood, Alabama-based company has garnered a loyal following.
Continue reading “Birmingham Innovator: Aviate owner’s motto is ‘Play Hard. Travel Often’”
Courtesy of Billy Brown Photography
A Comedic Look at Women Over 50
You and your mama don’t want to miss this! A new comedic show
opens Thursday, Oct. 26 at the An Invisible Woman ~ The disappearing act of a 50-year old! Virginia Samford Theatre. Written by and starring comedic entertainer Sunny Brown, the show explores the ways society tries to make women of a certain age fade from view, just as they begin to find themselves again. Continue reading “Opening this Thursday. An Invisible Woman: Aging Gracefully in an Anti-Aging Age”
Not your grandfather’s recliner.
More and more people want both style and comfort when it comes to buying furniture for their home.
La-Z-Boy is introducing, exclusively in their stores, a new line of furniture in November called the DUO Collection.
Continue reading “La-Z-Boy’s New Duo Collection Gives You Revolutionary Comfort and Features”
Photo courtesy of Birmingham Botanical Gardens
Wouldn’t you like to interact with some of the most well known women designers at this year’s
‘Antiques at The Gardens’ event? You will have your opportunity with the Antiques in The Gardens Designing Women panel discussion.
Designing Women – Saturday, Oct. 7
Karen Carroll of
Flower magazine will lead a panel discussion and luncheon with Vine Garden Market, Charlotte Lucas, Liz Carroll and Paloma Contreras at 11:30 am.
Continue reading “Designing Women Featured at Birmingham’s Antiques at The Gardens”