Sponsored The Children’s Moment with Rev. Dr. Kip Laxson, Senior Pastor. Photo courtesy of Asbury United Methodist Church.
Are you looking for a way to feel connected with your faith and the community? Then discover Asbury United Methodist Church.
Continue reading “Asbury United Methodist Church welcomes all during their Easter Open House Weekend March 17 and 18” Sponsored Driver’s Way in Pelham. Photo via Wade Cline.
Is it time to sell your car? Then head to Driver’s Way for a quick and stress-free sale.
Continue reading “Looking to sell that beauty of yours? Driver’s Way has you covered!” Say It in 6 screenshot from UAB’s website.
If you had to tell your story in just six words, could you do it?
Continue reading “UAB announces winners of ‘Say It in 6’ competition” Update
Big news, Wild Heaven fans! It has officially been announced that Wild Heaven beer is now sold statewide in Alabama. So b
ottoms up, Birmingham!
Continue reading “Wild Heaven beer is now sold statewide in Alabama” Henrietta MacGuire. Photo courtesy of Birmingham-Southern College.
“First Lady of the Revolution”, a documentary film featuring Birmingham native, Henrietta Boggs, will soon be premiered by
Spark Media, Inc. Are you ready for the Revolution? Continue reading “Birmingham native, Henrietta Boggs, becomes star of ‘First Lady of the Revolution’ documentary film” Photo via Secret Stages’ Facebook page.
After seven years of music discovery in downtown Birmingham, the Secret Stages festival is being moved to Avondale. The festival will take place on August 3 and 4.
Continue reading “Birmingham’s Secret Stages Music Discovery Festival moves to Avondale this August” Photo via Patience Itson.
Spring is exploding in Birmingham! With Easter coming up at the end of March, can you guess who will be hopping our way? The Easter Bunny, of course! And he’s bringing lots of eggs, chocolate candy and cuteness along with him.
Continue reading “The spring guide to Easter Bunny photos and egg hunts happening around Birmingham” Greek Food Festival. Photo via Facebook.
Birmingham, known as the Magic City, is the largest city in Alabama. Home to a vibrant downtown, burgeoning loft community and world-class culinary scene, Birmingham is one of the most livable cities in the nation.
But did you know that Greek culture has been a huge influence in the city since its founding in 1871?
Continue reading “Strong Greek influence helps make Birmingham a true Magic City” Photo via Linkedin.
You’ve heard of the seven deadly sins – wrath, envy, gluttony, greed, lust, pride, and sloth. But have you ever considered what sins the state you live in falls most victim to?
Continue reading “Alabama comes in hot on WalletHub’s most sinful states list” Sponsored Photo via Asbury United Methodist Church.
Come one, come all. Join
Asbury United Methodist Church on March 17 and 18 for an Open House Weekend to celebrate the grand opening of its new sanctuary. Continue reading “Asbury United Methodist Church hosts Easter Open House this March in Birmingham” Photo via girlscouts.org.
Have you snagged your box of Girl Scout Cookies yet? If not, you may want to consider buying them from Troop 30148.
Continue reading “Local Girl Scout Troop does big things for Birmingham via cookie sales” Blue Pacific at Hoover Food Market. Photo via Blue Pacific’s Facebook page.
Where can one of the best Thai restaurants in Birmingham be found? If you ask locals, it’s served at
Blue Pacific at Hoover Food Mart. Continue reading “Blue Pacific at Hoover Food Mart deemed one of Birmingham’s best Thai restaurants”