Bentley’s “one best option” Lottery less immoral than ‘allowing a child to die’

This morning at Children’s Hospital of Alabama, Gov. Robert Bentley shared his thoughts on the potential AL lottery.

“When you look at this you say: ‘Which is the most immoral: buying five lottery tickets with money you earned or allowing a child to die?’ I don’t think there’s even a choice there, so we must fund Medicaid, we must take care of our sick children, our disabled people, those in nursing homes, those with mental illness,” Bentley said regarding his “one best option” lottery. Continue reading “Bentley’s “one best option” Lottery less immoral than ‘allowing a child to die’”

Cafe on Main, Trussville Family Restaurant, Closing

Megan Miller, from the Trussville Tribune proclaims,

“Co-owner Charlene Scharf said due to her husband’s health, the family is pulling back and closing the doors to its Trussville location, while the Oneonta location will remain open.”

Cafe on Main to Close Due to Family Matters…

Good luck to the Scharf family, best of luck to you.

 

 

 

Get Out of the Heat at First Avenue Rocks

It’s Summer time, so you know it’s been hot and humid here in Birmingham. If you’re looking to do some fun exercise without burning up, head over to First Avenue Rocks, Birmingham’s premiere rock climbing gym. The gym has climbing routes for all skill levels, so there’s no fear walking in as a first time climber.

 

Check them out at http://www.firstaverocks.com

“Lottery? In Alabama…?”

44 states host lotteries and one of the remaining 6 is Alabama…

So, is Alabama behind the ball, or simply staying true to its southern values?

Lets hear it! What do you think the state should do?

Take our 7 question survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/J6VKKLG 

Birmingham Startup Challenging San Francisco’s Multi-Billion Dollar “Instacart”

What if I told you that a 2 year old, Magic City born company is going head to head with a multi-billion dollar giant based out of the Silicon Valley?

Would you believe it?

See for yourself what the future “Silicon Valley” is producing.

“At first the company started selling in places where Instacart and other big entrants into the food delivery market weren’t.”

-Johnathan Shieber

 

https://techcrunch.com/2016/07/27/shipt-raises-20-million-to-challenge-instacart-and-plants-a-flag-for-alabamas-startup-ecosystem/