SponsoredContinue reading “Harvest Market and Southern Organics are bringing fresh, local food to Birmingham. Check out the new Harvest Market downtown.”
Most homeowners don’t give much thought to their home’s foundation. Until one day, it’s failing, causing a host of problems such as cracked walls or uneven floors. Here are a few tips from our friends at AFS Foundation & Waterproofing Specialists, A Bayless Company, about what to look for and why you should address foundation problems sooner rather than later.
Dread River Distilling Co.—so far the largest distillery in Alabama—is set to open early July 2019 in Birmingham’s Lakeview District. But don’t wait to see what the all the hype is about! Taste spirits and tour their new 24,000 square-foot manufacturing facility, tasting room and event space this month at their open house this Memorial Day on May 27.Continue reading “Get a taste and tour of the new Dread River Distilling Co. this Memorial Day opening in Southside this July”
Think about what’s in your pantry right now. Any coffee? Tea? Chocolate? Do you know where it came from? And I don’t mean which Birmingham grocery store. How was it made? Who’s hands touched it before yours? How much time was spent growing, cultivating and preparing that singular product for you to enjoy? And what benefits did the farmer whose energy, time and hard work went into making it get?Continue reading “Dary Goodrich, Chocolate Products Manager at Equal Exchange, on fair trade and their new 92% Total Eclipse Bar”
Crews are set up in Downtown Birmingham for the start of filming for a new Comedy Central pilot, “Jefferson County Probation” starring Roy Wood Jr., Birmingham native and Daily Show frequent. See photos on location and find out more about the show here.Continue reading “PHOTOS: Birmingham native, Roy Wood Jr. back home for filming of new Comedy Central pilot downtown”
The Jefferson County Environmental Services Department is in major need of new people to run the county’s nine water reclamation facilities—a.k.a. the place your dirty household water comes in and clean water goes out. Find out how an apprenticeship program is preparing people like 43-year-old single mom Brenda White for a future in the county department.Continue reading “Career pivot: Unlikely apprentice gets into clean water business with new paid Jefferson County program”
New plans are in the works to bring another mixed-use property to Birmingham’s Parkside district. Developers announced this week their plans to build a 140-room boutique hotel, residential units, an entertainment venue as well as retail and studio space. Here’s a sneak peek into the plans for Parkside’s latest swanky development.Continue reading “Boutique hotel, mixed-use development coming to Parkside”
Looking for the perfect gift for a college grad, bridesmaid or for Father’s Day? We got ya covered with some help from Birmingham based Freedom Soap Co. Give all natural, eco friendly, locally made and thoughtfully curated Freedom Soap gift sets.Continue reading “Need the perfect gift idea? Here are 6 curated gift sets for anyone on your list from Birmingham based Freedom Soap Co.”
Sozo Trading is celebrating its fourth anniversary in June. This special Birmingham organization is supporting children in Uganda as well as nonprofits right here in the Magic City.Continue reading “5 things you need to know about Sozo Trading in Avondale, including goods from Uganda”
Yesterday, the Red Mountain Theatre Company (RMTC) announced plans to develop a $25 million Arts Campus in the heart of Birmingham’s Parkside District. Dubbed their “2nd Act”, the theatre company anticipates relocating by the summer of 2021. See photos of where the campus will be, plus renderings of the new project.Continue reading “PHOTOS: Red Mountain Theatre Company to develop $25 million Arts Campus in Birmingham’s Parkside District by summer of 2021”
Los Amigos, the popular and beloved family Mexican Restaurant on Clairmont Avenue is moving to the Historic Lakeview Entertainment District, confirms Bham Now.
I’ve known about Innovate Birmingham for a few months, and have been so impressed with the work they’re doing to educate and establish IT talent in the Birmingham community. I’ve met some of the crew, toured their office at Innovation Depot, and also written about them a few times. But until attending Demo Day last week, I don’t think I truly understood the impact they are making every single day in the lives of not only their candidates but also the Birmingham tech scene as a whole.
Here are 3 things I learned at Innovate Birmingham’s Demo Day plus how you can get involved:Continue reading “3 things I learned at Innovate Birmingham’s Demo Day 2019”
Ever wanted to peek into someone else’s closet to see how they organize all their stuff? Bham Now did it! See what makes this Birmingham Mom’s custom closet work like magic.Continue reading “Peek into this Birmingham Mom’s designer closet. 11 details that make it super special.”
If you’re a fan of mid-century modern style, you’ve got to head over to Soho Retro. It’s right next to Holler & Dash on 18th Street in Homewood. Steve Thomas, the shop’s proprietor, has curated a treasure-trove of furniture and art that you’re going to love.Continue reading “8 things to know about Soho Retro furniture shop in Homewood”
Today, Bham Now, members of the Birmingham media and local dignitaries, that included Bessemer native and sports legend Bo Jackson, took a tour of the Amazon Fulfillment Center construction site in Bessemer.