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.
Wine connoisseurs rejoice!
Finch Fine Wines held it’s grand opening and ribbon cutting on November 19 at the Mountain Brook Plaza ( 2737 U.S. Highway 280 South) in front of an overflowing crowd with Mountain Brook Mayor Stewart Welch in attendance.
Welcome to Frank’s Table Birmingham!
The National Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Society, Alabama-Mississippi Chapter (NMSS) unveiled and dedicated a new sculpture honoring Birmingham’s legendary chef and restauranteur Frank Stitt at the 24th Street entrance of The Rotary Trail.
“Find your place on the planet. Dig in, and take responsibility from there,” ~ Quote from conservationist Gary Snyder
Literally, “digging in” – neighbors and supporters of historic East Lake Park planted 75 trees on Saturday morning, November 16, as part of a urban forest restoration program championed by The Nature Conservancy, Ruffner Mountain and several other conservation groups.
Need a ride? No problem. On Tuesday, December 3rd, the Magic City will offer its first on-demand ride-share service! This corner-to-corner service will cost users only $1.50 each way. Transportation will be provided in a Mercedes van.
Get ready Birmingham! Alabama’s high school football championships are coming back to the Magic City!
Everybody loves Hattie B’s Nashville-style hot chicken, but don’t forget their legendary Mac and Cheese, says Business Insider, one of the nation’s largest digital business publications.
Birmingham proudly held the 72nd Annual National Veterans Day Parade on Monday, November 11th, for second consecutive year alongside Railroad Park.
This past Saturday, Alabama Audubon and their partners at the Jones Valley Teaching Farm planted nearly 1500 native plants at the Audubon-Datnow Forest Preserve on the grounds of Birmingham’s W.E. Putnam Middle School.
Their goal? Turn a portion of the woodland preserve into a prairie meadow.