Milo’s Tea Company continues to grow locally and nationwide

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Mayor Kenneth Gulley of Bessemer touring the Milo’s with its CEO Patricia Wallwork – photo courtesy of Milo’s

Earlier this week, Milo’s Tea Company announced that they will be adding 30 positions – including a third shift – to their team . This announcement follows the opening of their newly expanded 15.5 acre headquarters in Bessemer, Alabama which was reported on by Bham Now last fall. Continue reading “Milo’s Tea Company continues to grow locally and nationwide”

Birmingham’s Covalence launches new Catalyst program

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Birmingham innovator, Covalence has recognized the need for a fast-track method to train the next generation of software developers, right here in Birmingham.

Matt Landers, Will Johnston and Matt Morgan, founders of Covalence, began the coding boot-camp after realizing how difficult it was to find qualified developers in Birmingham for their software company, Platypi. Continue reading “Birmingham’s Covalence launches new Catalyst program”

Birmingham’s Sidewalk Film Center & Cinema reaches fundraising milestone

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Since 1999, filmmakers from across the country and around the world have come to Birmingham to screen their work at Sidewalk. MAKE MOVIE MAGIC, a campaign to fund the Sidewalk Film Center and Cinema is well underway to create a permanent home for this innovative and important piece of Birmingham’s cultural puzzle.

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UPDATE: Here’s what Birmingham thinks about horse-drawn carriages so far …

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Kevin Joseph, a licensed tour guide and carriage driver at Royal Carriages in New Orleans, Louisiana, conducting a ghost tour on a mule-drawn carriage. Photo via Royal Carriages.

Horse and mule-drawn carriages are staples of tourist activity in locales like New Orleans, Charleston and New York City. They are also heavily regulated. Will Birmingham take a cue from these cities? Residents are concerned.

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Birmingham’s Motivated Movers’ 7 simple tips to make moving easy, pain-free

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Packing and moving…at some point in your life both of these things will likely be necessary. You might have heard accounts of stressful, even problematic moving experiences.

Those stresses can be eased with good planning, preparation, and with help from a professional moving company.

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Come out and celebrate 100 years of Adamson Ford with a FREE crawfish boil on Saturday April 21

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The Zeigler family and Adamson Ford sales veteran Fred Williams. Photo submitted.

Adamson Ford specializes in a wide selection of new and used cars, trucks and SUVs, along with that unmistakable Ford service, financing and family of sales experts.

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Craving something really tasty? Taste of Five Points at Vulcan Park and Museum is May 8!

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Five Points South, in the heart of Birmingham’s Southside, is rich and abundant in cultural diversity and history. Vulcan Park and Museum invites you to celebrate the flavors and history of the area at the Taste of Five Points event on May 8. You will enjoy samples from some of the restaurants that helped establish Birmingham’s national culinary reputation.

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Discover, explore, create and learn when you volunteer at Birmingham’s McWane Science Center

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Learn about more than 50 species of saltwater life. Educate young inventors with inventive thinking. Welcome a family to the IMAX Dome Theatre. Whether you’re interested in learning and discovering or service and assistance, as a volunteer at the McWane Science Center, you’ll be met with all sorts of challenges and rewarding adventures. Continue reading “Discover, explore, create and learn when you volunteer at Birmingham’s McWane Science Center”

AT&T hosting hiring event TODAY in Tuscaloosa: high paying jobs with great benefits

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AT&T is still one of the best companies in the country to work for. Attention all new grads, and those who might want a career or company change: AT&T is hosting a Retail Hiring Event in Tuscaloosa for Part-Time and Full-Time Retail Sales Consultant positions. It’s Today, April 13!

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Iconic and popular Birmingham restaurants receive their inspection scores in April

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Surin West Birmingham’s Five Points. Photo by Pat Byington for Bham Now

Several of Birmingham’s most iconic and popular restaurants received their restaurant inspection scores this April. As part of a new public service, Bham Now intends to periodically bring attention to Jefferson County Department of Health restaurant inspection scores.

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