Mixtroz packed Innovation Depot on Wednesday for their debut on Rooster & Butch. Read more about the fun screening party they had here. Continue reading “What you missed at Mixtroz’s Rooster and Butch watch party”
Hey Birmingham. You can help fight world hunger while sipping on a beer at Cahaba Brewing Co., making connections and listening to a DJ. Check out YP Birmingham and Rotaract’s LIVE service project on Feb. 28!
With local technology companies expanding and exciting software development conferences on the horizon, Birmingham’s tech scene is hot right now.
Innovation Depot had a party to celebrate the beginning of its Velocity Accelerator Program. Get to know the founders and companies here!
Browse our list of fresh, open jobs at some of Birmingham’s most sought-after companies. We won’t tell your boss.
Birmingham’s favorite Hawaiian-Asian restaurant is moving into Edgewood with Saw’s and Taco Mama. See all the food pics here.
Looking to try something new? Don’t worry, Bham Now’s got you covered. See our favorite new restaurants and bars from 2017!
Birmingham’s tech scene is booming this month. Here are some of the events you won’t want to miss out on!
Whether you’re serious about making a career change or just window shopping, here are some open jobs for you to peruse this week!
Farm Bowl + Juice Company opened a week ago and have been suppperrr busy even in the frigid temperatures. But they’re not the only ones in town. See all Bham’s juice companies here!
Ascension St. Vincent’s newest outpatient center in Trussville just opened on Dec. 4th. Read more about it here!
The old Birmingham Electric Battery Co. building on 2nd Ave is being redeveloped into a cool new hangout. See the food, brews, and tunes you’re going to love here.
With so much to do and see in Birmingham during the holidays, it’s hard to choose. See all the fun events here!
The beloved Vestavia Hills City Center now has a new owner. See the details on the deal here. Continue reading “New York-based Katz Properties buys Vestavia Hills City Center for $60.3M”
The Stadium Trace Village plans got their blessing from the Hoover Planning and Zoning Commission earlier this week. See the details for this shopping center here.