Job hunt got you down? This list of 26 new jobs at companies like Southern Research, AT&T and Somerby in Birmingham will lift your spirits!

Don’t let the sun go down on these great jobs in the Magic City! Photo submitted

It’s time for your weekly roundup of jobs hiring in Birmingham! Check out the list below for 26 new jobs in the Magic City; I’m sure there’s one that is perfect for you.

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It’s never too early—Plan for the perfect holiday gifts with Four Corners Gallery

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Karen Clanton and Carla Hamilton of Four Corners Gallery work on framing a large art piece for a customer. Photo by Lauren Bedford for Bham Now

You know that photo that your mom loves? It may be time to get it off your phone and into a frame; and there’s no better time to do that than the holiday season. Did you know that you can have a hands-on experience with a seasoned team of framing professionals right here in Birmingham?

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Suzanne Humphries of Suzanne Humphries Design on how the coworking environment at Forge revitalized her business, plus don’t miss Your Big Idea at Forge on October 16

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Suzanne Humphries of Suzanne Humphries Design, a Birmingham-based Interior Design firm that operates out of Forge Coworking space. Photo by Lauren Bedford for Bham Now
Suzanne Humphries of Suzanne Humphries Design, a Birmingham-based Interior Design firm that operates out of Forge Coworking space. Photo by Lauren Bedford for Bham Now

Suzanne Humphries recently made the move back to Birmingham after a few design stints in Atlanta and New York, just to name a few. She and her husband, a successful chef, both grew up in North Alabama and heeded the call of Magic City, where they are now pursuing personal projects.

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Your ultimate guide to the Birmingham brewery scene, including seasonal brews and upcoming events

Birmingham resident Wil Cushman enjoys his West Coast IPA at Back Forty Brewing Co. Photo by Lauren Bedford for Bham Now

In the past few years, the brewery scene in Birmingham has really skyrocketed. Craft beer is no longer a second option, it’s not seen as “fussy” or “fancy.” Local breweries have become places to relax and grab a beer with a friend, or a spot to settle in with your pup and groove to some low-key live music. 

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Want to work where you love to play? Good news: Dave and Buster’s is hiring.

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Check out Dave and Buster’s opening in the Galleria in November, and you could be having this much fun! Photo via Dave and Buster’s on Facebook

If you’re anything like us, you’ve been (not so) patiently awaiting the arrival of Alabama’s first-ever Dave and Buster’s. That’s right, Dave and Buster’s is moving into a new space in the Riverchase Galleria. 

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8 Things to know about Crestwood, including homes for sale, a rockin’ Halloween Party on October 19 and why the locals love it

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The Crestwood Tavern is a local hangout with food and drinks for the residents of Crestwood. Photo by Lauren Bedford for Bham Now

The Crestwood Community consists of 2 neighborhoods: Crestwood North and Crestwood South. The neighborhoods are separated by Crestwood Boulevard, which runs through the middle of them. The area is full of shops, dining and great neighborhoods.

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33 New jobs coming your way, including jobs from companies like Meredith Corporation, O’Neal Industries and United Way of Central Alabama

Blue skies and new jobs await in Birmingham. Photo by Lauren Bedford for Bham Now

It’s time for your weekly roundup of jobs hiring in Birmingham! Check out the list below for 33 new jobs in the Magic City; I’m sure there’s one that is perfect for you.

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Ono Poké’s second location in Edgewood opens Friday, October 5th at 934 Oxmoor Road

The Crunch bowl with Ahi Tuna. Photo by Lauren Bedford for Bham Now

In case you haven’t heard, Ono Poké has been bringing Hawaiian flavors to Birmingham for quite awhile — and we’ve been loving it. The poké (pronounced poe-kay) restaurant opened their first location at The Pizitz Food Hall and experienced great feedback from the community. It was only logical that they would soon expand. 

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27 New jobs in Birmingham, including positions with companies like Regions, Lakeshore Foundation and United Way of Central Alabama

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Your perfect job in Birmingham is on the horizon. Photo by Lauren Bedford for Bham Now

It’s time for your weekly roundup of jobs hiring in Birmingham! Check out the list below for 27 new jobs in the Magic City; I’m sure there’s one that is perfect for you.

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Moss Rock Festival, on November 3 and 4, is Birmingham’s only eco-creative arts festival and features a beer garden, smart living area and nature-inspired art

Guests enjoy the Moss Rock Festival. Photo by Moss Rock Festival

Where can you find a beer garden, local art, a rock climbing wall, guided hikes, food trucks and some of Birmingham’s coolest adventure gear? If you guessed Moss Rock Festival, you’re right! This eco-creative fall festival is coming up on its 13th year and was just named one of the best festivals in North America by FlightNetwork. The best part? It’s right here in Birmingham!

Buy festival tickets at the gate. Buy beer garden tickets here.

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What’s happening in October in Birmingham? Add these 25 events to your calendar, including Woodlawn Sunday Dinner and 90s Bar Crawl

The Magic City Classic is on October 28. Get ready for one of the biggest rivalries in Alabama as ASU plays Alabama A&M at Legion Field. Photo via Magic City Classic on Facebook

“I’m so glad I live in a world where there are Octobers,” Anne of Green Gables famously said in L.M. Montgomery’s classic novel. I agree with you Anne, but I’m going to take it one step further;

“I’m so glad I live in a world where there are Birmingham Octobers.”

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The Junior League of Birmingham kicked off their Community Roundtable series yesterday with an important topic, mental health in our schools

Panelist Cindy Jones of PIRC with Children’s of Alabama talks to a member of the community after the Community Roundtable on Mental Health in Our Schools. Photo by Lauren Bedford for Bham Now

The Junior League of Birmingham had their first Community Roundtable yesterday, September 26.  Community Roundtables are events where members of the Birmingham community come together to discuss a particular topic. The topic is chosen by the Junior League in accordance with community members, and usually touches on something that is currently affecting the Birmingham area or its residents. Yesterday’s Roundtable was a discussion on mental health in our schools, and I was able to attend in hopes to share some of the great conversations that transpired.

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Who’s hiring in Birmingham? Here are 29 jobs that are calling your name, including opportunities from companies like Shipt, EBSCO and AT&T

29 Jobs await you in the Magic City! Photo by Jacob Blankenship for Bham Now

It’s time for your weekly roundup of jobs hiring in Birmingham! Check out the list below for 30 new jobs in the Magic City; I’m sure there’s one that is perfect for you.

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Downtown Birmingham workers and residents, REJOICE! True40 is here for your workout needs.

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Kaitlyn Bentley and Taylor Grater of True40 Bham show me some of the fitness studio’s workout moves. Photo by Lauren Bedford for Bham Now

You may have heard about The Battery — the new development in downtown Birmingham on 2nd Avenue South. It’s only one block from The Rotary Trail and within walking distance from popular hotspots like Workplay and Iron City Bham. The Battery has signed on quite a few tenants so far, including a brewery and multiple restaurants. And there’s even more to come. The only one that is open now is True40.

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Now in its 45th year, Birmingham Bicycle Club’s Annual Century ride is raising money for Melanoma research and awareness, providing free sunscreen to volunteers and participants

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Wayne Spooner with the fundraising team from BBC and members from UAB Comprehensive Cancer Center. Photo via BBC

This will be the forty-fifth year of Birmingham Bicycle Club’s (BBC) Annual Century, the BBC 100. The BBC 100 is a ride that begins in Ashville, Alabama, and has route options ranging from 14 miles to 127 miles. Due to this range, the ride will be accessible to all cycling levels.

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