Cahaba Heights is a fun little area tucked in between Mountain Brook, Vestavia and Birmingham’s Cahaba community. You can eat barbecue and delicious carbs there if you’re in the mood. You’ll also find some sweet restaurants, markets and boutiques.
Plus, there’s family-style yoga, and there’s about to be a day spa. Not to mention the most luscious yarn and fabric store you’ve ever seen. We’ve got all the details for you here in case you need some motivation to check out Cahaba Heights for yourself.
Birmingham, meet Rebecca Dobrinski. For those of you who know her already, she needs no introduction. She’s making a big difference in Birmingham with Red Thread Consulting, FUNights Birmingham and Community Engagement Lunch & Learn at Forge.
Plus, she has a drink named after her at Brennan’s Irish Pub, which we think is pretty cool.
I’m embarrassed to admit that since I came back to Birmingham in 2004, I’ve actually only been to Sidewalk once, and for just a little snippet. That’s about to change this Friday night, though, with a trip to Opening Night.
Here’s what I’m looking forward to the most, plus how you, too, can join in the Sidewalk Festival fun. Bonus! You can save on your ticket by using super secret code: BhamNow15
You know how it feels when you bump into someone you used to be best friends with after you haven’t seen each other for ages? That’s how I felt when I stumbled across a hidden lair of Big Sky Bread Company products recently.
Read on for where I found them, and where else in town you can find their tasty treats.
Where most of us go to an art museum or fancy library full of old books and revel in the treasures we find, Conserv’s co-founders saw a unique problem to solve.
Now, founders Austin Senseman and Nathan McMinn have built a company around the notion that “conservators need better stuff.” But why? Read on for all the details, plus some pretty awesome local recommendations of places to eat, drink and have fun.
If you’re a fan of fresh, local food, you’re gonna want to check out Alabama Sustainable Agriculture‘s 5th Annual Graze: Birmingham. It’s Sunday, September 8, from 5-8PM at Avondale Brewing, and it’s gonna be soooo tasty.
If you know you want to go and sample the fare of 17 chef and farm pairs, reserve your spot now. Suggested price for adults is $45 and for kids is $10 — there’s also a sliding scale.
We’ve got 59/20 bridge project photos for you! The latest update from ALDOT is in, and they predict that the entire 59/20 bridge project will be complete by November 2020. Don’t worry—they still expect traffic to be on the bridges by March 2020, which is less time than it takes to carry a baby to term.
To celebrate this milestone, we decided to collect 11 of our favorite photos from the construction project so far to share with you. Consider it your own personal art gallery for construction nerds. You’re welcome.