The Woodlawn High School Urban Farm will be selling their “school grown” vegetables every Tuesday in May from 3:30pm until 5:30pm (cash only).
A “monumental celebration” planned for May 13th.
Birmingham’s air quality has shown significant improvement over the past decade, according to the annual American Lung Association’s (ALA) 2017 State of the Air Report.
Civitan International has reached a few milestones in its 100 year history. Founded and based in Birmingham, it was the first of the major civic organizations to admit women to full membership, the first to break the racial barrier (in the 1940s) and among the first to go international. When Scarlet Thompson takes on the role of Executive Vice President in July, she will become the first female leader of the organization.
Last night, Ruffner Mountain celebrated its 40th year with the unveiling of a new donor wall. A one of a kind work of art, the colorful mural depicts the urban natural world. The wall honors the Ruffner’s founders, donors, foundations and volunteers who have poured their blood, sweat and tears into a nature preserve in Birmingham that is larger than New York City’s Central Park.
Welcome to the Bham Now Nature Roundup April 28st “Pass it on down” edition sponsored by the JSU Little River Canyon Center
Just in time for his 113th birthday bash on June 4th, Vulcan, the iconic symbol of Birmingham is getting a fresh new coat of paint.
All morning long there has been smiles and hugs between employees and long time customers, as Urban Standard, the popular downtown coffeehouse and cafe on 2nd Avenue North, opened its doors for the first time since a January fire forced the business to temporarily close.
Tony Cooper, executive director of the Jimmie Hale Mission, spoke at the Civitan Club of Birmingham’s monthly luncheon on Friday, April 21, 2017. Combined, the two organizations have served the Birmingham area for more than 170 years.
Below is a special Earth Day weekend treat from Bham Now – passages, lyrics and quotes from Alabamians about Alabama’s precious forests, rivers, streams, lakes, wildlife, biodiversity and people.
Yesterday, Alabama’s Environmental Management Commission (“EMC”) voted to deny a statewide petition filed by nine water protection groups to initiate rule-making to require better public notification of sewage spills and overflows. In doing so, the EMC announced plans to study the issue and consider rule-making at a later date to improve public notification of sewage spills.
Yesterday’s USA Today featured Birmingham’s popular Rotary Trail in their travel section.
Welcome to the Bham Now Nature Roundup April 21st Earth Day edition sponsored by the JSU Little River Canyon Center.
April 22nd will be the 47th Earth Day Celebration around the world.
Pull out your Books-a-Million Millionaire’s Club Card. This valuable membership card normally provides you with 10% off on everything that’s not “bolted down” in a Books-a-Million store. What if we told you the discount is doubled to 20% for the week of April 24th – 30th and that it also includes purchases on books-a-million.com? Read on to see what all you can buy.