Sponsored Letter from Fred McCallum, President of AT&T, Alabama. It’s an exciting time to work in the communications technology industry. More than ever, consumers and businesses are relying on mobile devices to connect to everyone and everything they can. via AT&T
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One station to host them all – Birmingham’s MAX Central Station (the first of four) is here!
The station opened for operation at 4:30 am this morning, providing hope for Birmingham transportation.
via Wade Cline
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Easily one of the most anticipated and beneficial developments for Birmingham of 2016 and 2017.
With the introduction of living space, retail parcels, and the much deserved Publix, this area of Southside continues to grow.
via Wade Cline
Continue reading “20 Midtown update, construction on “Phase Three” starts soon”
The prestigious Barber Motorsports Park will soon host a caravan of 250 Pontiac Trans Ams in an event they call the “2017Bandit Run”.
Come on out, June 20th, to experience one of the many legs of the trip, from Texarkana to Atlanta, celebrating 40 years since the iconic
Smoky and The Bandit movie. via Enregistré depuis – hotrod.com
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Southside real estate continues to pique the interest of brokers, developers, and business owners looking to settle in Vulcan’s view of Birmingham.
Accordingly, two buildings near 23rd St. and 10th Ct. South have been purchased and currently being renovated for commercial office space!
via Wade Cline
Continue reading “Two more office spaces slated for Southside, near Five Points”
Improving the state of Alabama as a whole is the over arching goal for our major cities and local entities. Whatever happens from North Alabama, down to the ports of Mobile, impacts our wonderful State.
That being said, Mobile is in the spotlight today, as news has come out about a new Amazon “sortation center” being established in the port city.
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The current revival initiatives and tactics in Birmingham are simple; restore yet maintain the city’s historic districts.
According to al.com, Sloss Furnaces will soon be the site of a new “world class” arts tech hub! via Wade Cline
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Late last Thursday night, running until 3:00 a.m. Friday morning, May 25 and 26, Marty’s PM on Southside showcased a Kyoto Yakitori pop-up.
Over the course of the five-hour pop-up kitchen, Kyoto Yakitori served more than 160 orders of authentic Japanese street food to a crowd that packed Marty’s PM even past the last order.
The crowed loved Kyoto Yakitori last Thursday! See the background, vision, passion, and plans for the restaurant, below.
Continue reading “Sneak Peak: Kyoto Yakitori – Birmingham’s authentic Japanese restaurant coming soon” Sponsored
Civitan International was founded in Birmingham 100 years ago. Today, Civitan has clubs in 50 nations around the world focused on the idea of service to others. Civitan has an appeal to people of all ages beginning with high school clubs and senior clubs.
This week, we are talking to Bobby Farley, a young professional who currently interns at the headquarters of Civitan in Crestwood.
Bobby Farley and the Junior Civitan International Vice President at this past Dance-a-thon closing banquet – courtesy of Bobby Farley
Continue reading “7 questions for Bobby Farley, Civitan International volunteer”
Land and Sea, the perfect combo in both word play and eatery, provides path for Snapper Grabbers to appeal to more consumers.
Owners Pam and Kent Scott describe the new concept.
Owners Pam and Kent Scott are owners of Snapper Grabbers Land and Sea, in Vestavia. via Sydney Cromwell
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Amongst rumors, Lyn Culwell and Don Bennett have spilled the beans on the newest business coming to Bluff Park – Linger Longer Brews and Yellow Door Market.
Check out all the details here!
via Sarah Finnegan – Lyn CulWell (left) and Don Bennett (right) pose in front of their soon to open Coffee and Gift shop in Bluff Park!
Continue reading “Bluff Park to host Linger Longer Brews, Yellow Door Market, and an education center!”
The LEED Gold certification is and will be coveted by Birmingham Shuttlesworth Airport as it points toward progress on a six-year and continuing “Modernization Project”.
via Bob Farley
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Searching for talent or looking for a job? In today’s, Bham Now tech spotlight we feature Fetch Talent, LLC, a new business with an innovative hiring platform.
Fetch is working to make it easier for potential employees and companies to connect in today’s competitive job market with a new talent driven hiring platform. This exciting hiring platform has set its sights on Nashville to expand its business. via Fetch
Continue reading “Tech Spotlight: Fetch Talent, LLC talks expansion, new hires, and more”
Birmingham is known for hosting big business, and one of the largest to date, is
According to a recent release, Matthew Dent, president and COO of the beverage and food provider has joined the board of
Fenwick Brands! via Bob Farley
Continue reading “COO of Buffalo Rock joins board of national investment firm – Fenwick Brands” Forge, one of the more anticipated office spaces, located within The Pizitz, will soon be unveiled.
As sited many times before, a major key to Birmingham’s success is the rise of new business and affordable office space. Let’s check out what this one is all about!
via Wade Cline
Continue reading “Kim Lee is excited to unveil Forge, new co-working space at the Pizitz”