Birmingham! ready to watch sports and eat some cajun food at Walk On’s!
The numbers are staggering.
In Jefferson County, Alabama, our local Meals on Wheels (MOW) Program delivers more than 1,100 meals per day, five days a week. Roughly 231,645 meals were delivered last year to every corner of the county. This year, the program is on track to serve 285,000 meals.
Every year, United Ability holds its Champions Campaign, a year-end fundraiser that supports the Hand In Hand Early Learning program for children 6 weeks up to 5 years of age, living with cerebral palsy, spina bifida, Down syndrome, hydrocephalus, and other lifelong challenges.
You might have heard talk about ’native’ plants. But, what are they and more importantly, why should you care? We’re going to take a look at these questions in this first of a three part series. I invite you to come along with me to explore.
Several Birmingham area food service establishments, including Rodney Scott’s BBQ in Avondale, Ruby Sunshine Cafe in Homewood, Uptown’s Todd English PUB and Lakeview’s Los Amigos received 95 and above on their health inspection scores in November 2019.
Here is fun nature story for Bham Now readers.
Greg Harber, a volunteer and renown birding instructor at Alabama Audubon, witnessed a “Thanksgiving miracle” while working at UAB on Thanksgiving.
Earlier this year, Bham Now reported how United Way of Central Alabama has received the highest rating possible from Charity Navigator, the nation’s largest independent charity evaluator for 17 consecutive years.
Beginning December 2nd, doing business in the Magic City is about to get much easier.
Unless you have been living under a rock, the 2019 edition of the Iron Bowl is gearing up to be an instant classic.
Frying a turkey this Thanksgiving? Jefferson County wants to properly dispose and recycle your used cooking oil and grease.
Want to get into the Christmas spirit early this year? Attend Celebrate Christmas with Samford Arts, a free public event, December 6th at the Wright Center on the campus of Samford University.
If you were around downtown Birmingham on Saturday morning, you got to see a real treat. It is not everyday you see and hear a helicopter hover over a skyscraper some 500+ feet high removing a sign off the Magic City’s tallest building.
You’ve heard that Birmingham is one of the most philanthropic cities in the U.S., and it’s true! We help each other. Our giving nature makes Birmingham special. And, we have organizations here, including the United Way of Central AL, that are leading the impact of our giving. How do they stack up against other philanthropic organizations across the nation and the world? Find out below.
Let’s face it – Birmingham loves Christmas Parades and Christmas Tree Lighting ceremonies. Who needs the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade!
Who doesn’t love Thanksgiving dinner? The food, family, friends and football—which in Alabama, of course, includes a little rivalry talk about the Iron Bowl.