Children’s South is celebrating its 20th anniversary this month. The Children’s of Alabama facility off Interstate 459 has seen a lot of change–and growth–over the years. We recently spoke with physicians and staff at Children’s South to learn more about the services offered there, along with the hospital’s unique approach to patient care. Birmingham parents, take note!
You’ve probably heard about Pilcrow Cocktail Cellar, Birmingham’s underground bar that opened last summer. The Founder’s Station watering hole is bringing a distinctive vibe to the bar scene downtown. We spoke with the owner, Joe Phelps, to learn more about it.
It’s Wine Wednesday, the perfect day to share some news about a new wine store opening in Birmingham! Golden Age Wine, started by Brandon Loper and Trent Stewart, is located on Culver Road near Brick and Tin in Mountain Brook. Read on for more photos and info.
More than twenty years ago, Erle Morring gave Birmingham realtor Sylvia Crawford a call. He wanted to look at a home in Southside, and the RealtySouth agent happily showed it to him. Little did they know, this was the start of a decades-long friendship that would also lead to a new career for Morring.
Abstaining from alcohol–even just temporarily—is becoming increasingly common. Whether you’re taking a brief break from boozing or not drinking for personal reasons, Birmingham has several options for you.
Have you heard about YouthServe, Birmingham’s organization promoting youth volunteerism? They are connecting teens to volunteer opportunities in a variety of ways. We spoke with Jennifer Hatchett, executive director, and Vulcan Materials’ Janet Kavinoky, YouthServe board member, to learn more about it.
Birmingham’s downtown bar scene keeps growing, so we’ve compiled a list of the spots you need to check out. The research was stringent, but someone had to do it. Now you can plan your next downtown bar crawl (or decide where to go after work).
Looking for a nutritious food option in Birmingham that doesn’t take a lot of time? Check out blueroot co. This Birmingham company serves locally sourced, healthy food, and they’ve opened a pop-up in the Dr. Pepper building at Pepper Place for the month of July.
You’ve probably seen the work of Birmingham real estate developer Orchestra Partners across town (The Essential, anyone?). But did you know they incubated a startup that’s changing the game for property management? Read on to get the scoop.
Birmingham is a great city to stay active–we have wonderful parks and outdoor areas, along with a wide variety of workout options for everyone. A newer option to consider is a ride at Ignite Cycle at Pepper Place. It’s fun and high-energy, and it’ll make you sweat for sure.