Alabama Launchpad announces Finale Startup competition winners and they are Birmingham startups; Pointz and O3 Solution.
Are you that person that moves on from a popular place as soon as it’s considered the “in” spot to hang out…always on the lookout for the next cool place before anyone else has caught on?
Meet The Toy Makers. They’re the woodworkers making thousands of toys all year for the patients of Children’s of Alabama. Photo gallery below.
Burgers. Fries. Shakes. If your mouth’s watering then get ready to be mega excited when you learn that Shake Shack is officially opening in Birmingham this summer! Continue reading “The first-ever Shake Shack in Alabama opens this summer in Birmingham”
Calling all frozen yogurt fans. Yogurt Mountain has some flavorful news that will tickle your taste buds this spring! Continue reading “New flavors hit Yogurt Mountain across Birmingham starting March 15”
Mary Jean Henke, born in Birmingham, Alabama. A painter for more than 30 years, Henke is one of the owners and founders of Artists Incorporated Gallery in Vestavia Hills, AL.
Tonight, as part of Cahaba Brewing Company’s Goodwill Wednesday, the brewery will be previewing a special batch of “Darter Beer” made specifically for the Southern Environmental Center’s upcoming 7th annual Darter Festival on Sunday, April 15 at Cahaba Brewing Company.
It seems that every month we read about great opportunities being presented to early-stage companies or startups in Alabama. This week three Birmingham companies are finalist in Alabama Launchpad’s competition for $150,000 in Prattville, Thursday at 4PM.
Birmingham won a Smart Cities Council Readiness Challenge Grant!
If you look closely, Birmingham is becoming more and more well-known across the globe as a really cool place to live and visit. I have to say, I totally agree! Here’s a look at two awards that have helped put Birmingham even further on the map of cool. Continue reading “Birmingham’s Iron City and Becky Satterfield of Satterfield’s Restaurant win big honors”
Last week, the popular digital site Livability named Birmingham and Huntsville number two on their Beyond Silicon Valley: 5 Up-and-Coming Tech Hotspots list.
Are you looking for a way to feel connected with your faith and the community? Then discover Asbury United Methodist Church. Continue reading “Asbury United Methodist Church welcomes all during their Easter Open House Weekend March 17 and 18”
What do Dallas, Memphis, Chattanooga and Louisville have in common with Birmingham? All are stops on the Rise of the Rest bus tour. This May startup businesses in Birmingham will have a chance to pitch their dreams for (and maybe win) seed funding when Rise of the Rest comes to the Magic City. Continue reading “Rise of the Rest bus tour to offer a chance at $100,000 to Birmingham startups”
Birmingham’s Taziki’s Mediterranean Café is celebrating their 20th Anniversary today where it all began at the Colonnade in Birmingham.