If you live in Birmingham, you’ve probably heard about Shipt. The grocery delivery service that started right here in Birmingham was recently bought by Target for 550 million dollars, and it’s currently bringing tons of new jobs to Birmingham.The grocery delivery service that started right here in Birmingham was recently bought by Target for 550 million dollars, and it’s currently bringing tons of new jobs to Birmingham. Continue reading “Birmingham’s Shipt featured on CNBC, continues to expand nationwide”
With Summer vacation pictures piling up, and those first day of school photos quick to follow, your cell phone is probably filling up with memories you’re going to want to keep. Perhaps you have some photos that are truly beautiful. They need to be seen! Take those vacation photos and sweet summertime memories to Four Corners Gallery and transform them into a piece of art.Continue reading “4 ways you can transform your digital photos into works of art at Four Corners Gallery”
30 new jobs in Birmingham! Have you checked out our list?Continue reading “Who’s hiring? 30 new jobs with EBSCO, Spectrum and Shipt.”
Clear the way for the stampede! The first-ever Alabama Shake Shack opens in Birmingham on Wednesday, Aug. 22, at 11 a.m. at The Summit, 200 Summit Blvd. The best part? Numbers 3, 4 and 5 on this list are all about local at this globally loved restaurant.Continue reading “7 reasons to cheer for Birmingham Shake Shack grand opening Wednesday, Aug. 22. First 205 customers get free Big Bob’s Cheese Fries!”
Woot woot. More delicious eats coming this way! Birmingham not only boasts homegrown James Beard award winners, but our city also attracts them across state lines. Barbecue master Rodney Scott owns the title of James Beard Best Chef of the Southeast 2018. Now his restaurant, Rodney Scott’s BBQ, is coming to the Magic City. The location? The current home of Saigon Noodle House in Avondale.Continue reading “5 things to know about Rodney Scott’s BBQ opening in Saigon Noodle House location in Avondale”
More businesses are popping up in Trussville as its revitalization continues. Here’s an update on what has newly broken ground and what has opened. Continue reading “Trussville’s revitalization continues as 4 more businesses break ground, including Full Moon Bar-B-Que”
Energen, one of Birmingham’s largest public companies, has been acquired by the Texas energy company Diamondback Energy in a deal reportedly valued at $9.2 billion and which creates the premier large cap Permian independent. The boards of each company voted unanimously to combine the two companies. The Diamondback Energy deal comes on the heels of Energen’s sale of Alagasco two years ago to Spire and shifting its focus on oil exploration and production.
HWY 280 has made a reputation for having the worst traffic in the city. However, after living off of the highway for over 20 years, I’ve never had that point of view, until this last month. Continue reading “Drivers of Hwy 280 are looking for less traffic and more results”
The Avondale neighborhood continues to be the hotbed for growth with new businesses moving in and established businesses expanding! The neighborhood also pops with exciting entertainment and dining options for everyone in Birmingham to enjoy.
Having trouble deciding what type of vehicle to buy? You may want to consider a compact SUV. According to Driver’s Way, compact SUVs are one of their most popular sellers—and with good reason. Here are the three key reasons why you should make your next vehicle a compact SUV from Driver’s Way!
Birmingham is hot with 30 new jobs! Have you checked out our list?
If Birmingham is known for anything, it’s the chicken wing! In every corner of the city, there is some delicious chicken that you can grab and satisfy your appetite. I’ve put together a list of the city’s most talked about restaurants that serve some of the best chicken wings you will find on this side of Dixie.
Without the internet many of us couldn’t do our jobs, connect with friends, research astronomy or find out what’s happening this weekend. But some parts of Alabama have lived with spotty internet access which puts them at a technological disadvantage. AT&T has aimed to change that.