Graham Sisson, director of the Governor’s Office on Disability. Photo from Sisson’s Facebook page
It was the most anticipated decision in recent television history. Who would be the next king or queen of the 7 kingdoms on the
Game of Thrones. The surprise decision? Bran the Broken.
Continue reading “(Spoiler Alert!) Game of Thrones sends powerful message says Birmingham disability rights advocate” Shipt headquarters, via hypepotamus.com
Early this week, I had one of those pullover in the car to listen to the radio moments.
Continue reading “Birmingham’s Shipt, tech industry and civil rights history, featured on NPR’s Here & Now” The Kirklin Clinic at UAB Hospital. Photo by Pat Byington for Bham Now
Earlier this week, architect
I.M. Pei, passed away at the age of 102.
Continue reading “UAB’s Kirklin Clinic will forever connect Birmingham to the world’s most renowned architect I.M. Pei” On Saturday, May 18th, 5:00PM at General Krulak Stadium on the campus of Birmingham Southern College, come out and support the Alabama Fire when they take on the North Florida Pumas.Photo courtesy of the Alabama Fire Football Team
Birmingham – you have got one last opportunity to watch football until the pro and college teams begin training camps and games in August.
Continue reading ““Break Barriers” Birmingham, support the Alabama Fire, our hometown women’s football team on May 18″ Galley and Garden on Birmingham’s Southside. Photo by Pat Byington for Bham Now
Three Birmingham “favorites” – Saw’s BBQ, Galley and Garden and Pepper Place have been featured this Spring in Delish.com, one of the nation’s top 10 food related digital publications online.
Continue reading “Delish names Saw’s BBQ, Galley and Garden and The Market at Pepper Place to its “Best in Alabama” lists” Sponsored Newspaper clipping of Lakeview Lake, Park and hotel in Birmingham. Source; Birmingham Public Library Southern History Department
It happens everytime you welcome and host a visitor to Birmingham.
Continue reading “Re-discovering the lost lakes, parks and springs of Birmingham” Los Amigos on Clairmont Avenue is moving to the Lakeview Entertainment District. Photo by Pat Byington for Bham Now
Los Amigos, the popular and beloved family Mexican Restaurant on Clairmont Avenue is moving to the
Historic Lakeview Entertainment District, confirms Bham Now.
Continue reading “Popular Los Amigos Mexican Restaurant moving to Lakeview District, while Piggly Wiggly expands” 2019 Children’s Crusade reenactment participants in Kelly Ingram Park at Birmingham, Alabama. Photo by Pat Byington for Bham Now
56 years ago this month they changed the world.
Continue reading “Meeting and marching with the Foot Soldiers of Birmingham 1963 and today (Photos)” 4th Annual Publix Family Camp-Out hosted by Railroad Park Foundation. Photo courtesy of Railroad Park
Who needs to camp-out in the Sipsey Wilderness or the Great Smoky Mountains when you can experience urban wildlife and the outdoors on Birmingham’s “front lawn” –
Continue reading “Don’t miss “Family Camp-Out Night at Railroad Park” this summer, reserve your spot on Monday, May 13″ Photo of United Way of Central Alabama staff and volunteers via the UWCA Facebook page
Birmingham – this is a big community-wide accomplishment.
For the 17th consecutive year, the United Way of Central Alabama has received a 4-star rating from
Charity Navigator, the nation’s largest independent charity evaluator.
Continue reading “United Way of Central Alabama moves into first place on Charity Navigator’s Top 10 list of charities” Bessemer Mayor Kenneth Gulley with Bo Jackson at the Amazon Fulfillment Center site. Phot by Jacob Blankenship
Today, Bham Now, members of the Birmingham media and local dignitaries, that included Bessemer native and sports legend Bo Jackson, took a tour of the
Amazon Fulfillment Center construction site in Bessemer.
Continue reading “A first look at the Amazon Fulfillment Center in Bessemer (photos & videos)” The Manual has named Good People Brewing one of its top beer cans. Photo by Pat Byington for Bham Now
The popular digital publication for men,
The Manual has named Good People Brewing’s can designs, as one of their 11 best beer can designs ever.
Continue reading “Good People Brewing just made a national “best beer can design ever” list. What is your Birmingham favorite?” Near to Me CBD’s John Parker and Jessica Hunter. Photo by Pat Byington for Bham Now
The first CBD exclusive store within the city limits of Birmingham opened its doors on May 7, in the Five Points Neighborhood near
Continue reading “Birmingham Southside’s first “CBD only” store now open next to Zydeco in Five Points South” Birmingham United Soccer Association team. Photo from the BUSA Facebook page
Youth soccer in Birmingham just got a big boost from
Continue reading “Birmingham Legion FC has formed a new developmental youth soccer league for boys and girls”