Forget basketball, the most important “bracket” you can fill out today is Garden and Gun Magazine’s Southern Craft Brewery Bracket. And the big matchup today? Birmingham’s own Good People Brewing vs. Southern Prohibition Brewing out of Hattiesburg, Mississppi.
Last week, the U.S. Department of the Interior and the National Park Service announced $12.6 million in grants for 51 projects in 24 states that preserve sites and highlight stories related to the African American struggle for equality in the 20th century.
Who knew someone who walks among us in Birmingham secretly runs the world? According to Cracked.com, John-Bryan Hopkins, creator of the food blog Foodimentary and the National Food Holiday movement, ranks #2 on their… prestigious list.
The Friends of Birmingham Botanical Gardens Spring Plant Sale may be scheduled for April 13-15 at Brookwood Village, but it takes an army of dedicated volunteers working year round “giving back” to make it one of the South’s largest plant sales.
Welcome to the Bham Now Nature Roundup for the week of March 16.
The much anticipated 7th Annual AirWave festival hosted by Good People Brewing Company to benefit Black Warrior Riverkeeper, Cahaba Riverkeeper, and Coosa Riverkeeper is scheduled for Saturday, March 24, 1:00pm to 10:pm.
On this day, March 15, 2006, twelve years ago, local architect John Morse founded Bhamwiki, the online encyclopedic resource for anyone curious about Birmingham, Alabama and the region around it.
Tonight, as part of Cahaba Brewing Company’s Goodwill Wednesday, the brewery will be previewing a special batch of “Darter Beer” made specifically for the Southern Environmental Center’s upcoming 7th annual Darter Festival on Sunday, April 15 at Cahaba Brewing Company.
Last month, the Shelby County Commission passed a resolution supporting the creation of three new “canoe-in” campsites as part of the Alabama Scenic River Trail.
This week, the Freshwater Land Trust breaks ground on a restoration project at Roebuck Springs in Don Hawkins Park. The project will improve and restore the home of the Watercress darter, one of the rarest fish on planet earth.
Last week, the popular digital site Livability named Birmingham and Huntsville number two on their Beyond Silicon Valley: 5 Up-and-Coming Tech Hotspots list.
At Bham Now, we wanted to provide something a little bit different this weekend for our nature-loving readers. Below is a compilation of videos about Cahaba lilies, Forever Wild, Red Mountain Park, a Black Warrior Riverkeeper PSA and the Coosa Riverkeeper’s Swim Club. Enjoy this visual tour of our state and the good conservation work that is being done.
Welcome to the Bham Now Nature Roundup for the week of March 9.