Thanksgiving Day 2018 lands on Thurs., Nov. 22. This year, save the after-dinner cleanup and break bread at these 10 restaurants that will be opening and serving delicious meals on Thanksgiving Day.
Where can you find the best color-explosive fall drives around Birmingham? Here are six that will make you say “Wow!”
Are you looking to get active while supporting a good cause? Then sign up for one of these cause-worthy runs happening this Nov. and Dec. in Birmingham.
On Wed., Nov. 7, Birmingham native Greg Wingo will venture by plane then train to one of Birmingham’s sister cities—Székesfehérvár in Hungary. Why? To be an adventure ambassador for the Birmingham Sister Cities Commission and to embark on a 130-mile run around the largest lake in central Europe.
The 2018 holiday season is upon us. Have you started your shopping yet? If toys are on your list this year, Books-A-Million has an amazing selection that will make you say “Wow!” Check it out.
Nothing says fall better than apple cider donuts. Yum! So grab a donut pan and scoot on into the kitchen because this baked apple cider donut recipe is both easy and delicious.
Attention Birmingham high school students! It’s time to collect your ACT scores and high school transcripts and head to The Birmingham College Scholarship and Career Fair at Boutwell Auditorium on Thurs., Nov. 1. Continue reading “Join 1500 high school students at The Birmingham College Scholarship and Career Fair at Boutwell Auditorium on Nov. 1. Free transportation provided!”
New eateries are opening in Trussville daily, are you up to speed? Here are some places to dine that are officially open for business, plus some that are currently in the works.
In light of Saturday’s shooting at a Pittsburgh Synagogue that killed 11 people, leaders within the Birmingham Jewish community are holding a vigil to mourn the tragedy. The vigil will take place outside Temple Beth-El on Tuesday, October 30 at 6:30pm. Continue reading “Birmingham Jewish community to hold vigil on October 30 at Temple Beth-El for victims of Pittsburgh Synagogue tragedy”
The weather has officially turned cool. What could be better than a hot tea to keep you warm and cozy during the chilly weather? Here are five spots to get your hot tea fix in Birmingham.
In times of financial emergency or crisis situations, where do you turn? The Jack’s Family Fund, the philanthropic arm of Jack’s Restaurant, has been created for just these types of situations.
On Saturday, October 27, Taylor Kitchens, regional director of Jack’s Restaurant, will embark on a one-day bike ride across the state of Alabama with one goal in mind—to raise awareness and solicit donations for the Jack’s Family Fund. Donate now.
Birmingham loves a good event or party, so is there any wonder it is full of many amazing DJs? Check out these local DJs and entertainment companies who are spinning tracks and making people dance all over Birmingham. Continue reading “7 local DJs and entertainment services spinning tracks in Birmingham, including DJ New Era and AJ Productions”
Hey drivers! Put down that cell phone because Alabama is on the verge of passing hands-free driving laws in March 2019.