Described by the New York Times as “foodie heaven,” Bham Now photographer Larry O. Gay visited last weekend, the newly opened Pizitz Food Hall, which has been “rolling out” several of its new vendors over the past few days.
When it comes to public transportation, you know I’m all in. Anything to keep us from driving so much is a win in my book.
So, how about a new idea from some locals looking to tap into the city’s growing tourism market?
Check out this husband-and-wife team working to bring a new way to cruise around town without driving.
In hopes of visiting all 50 states, Zuckerberg and his wife Priscilla Chan are traveling across the south to gain insight into different communities, and the people who hold them together.Courtesy of WIAT
Tower Development Inc. is eyeing a vacant plot of land, near the Avondale and Forest Park neighborhoods, with plans to add 29 homes.
The largest power source in this neck of the universe is still 93 million miles away from Earth. But its energy-producing potential for our planet is closer than ever to truly being realized.
Solar power has been touted for decades as being the ultimate answer to our energy needs. According to researchers at MIT, the amount of sunlight striking the earth’s surface is more than 10,000 times greater than the world’s total energy usage. Or as solar advocates like to put it, one hour of sunshine can create one year’s worth of energy.
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Dr. Tiffany Luke, a former graduate of UAB optometry school, has established her own practice in the heart of downtown.
Across from the Lyric Theatre, Luke will be opening “Do Good Eye Care” in the historic Pythian Building on March 6th.
There’s more than meets the eye with this practice though…
News of the adult entertainment venue eyeing Alabama came last night to the Hoover Sun and the anticipation can now begin.
Based in Dallas, Dave and Busters includes a restaurant and massive arcade area, with 90 locations in 36 states.
Can you guess where they want to place its Alabama location?
The Altamont School is about to become Birmingham’s first “solar powered school.”
In terms of consumers who buy products to help them with movement, there are three main types, the Athlete, the Elderly, and the Handicap.
Forrest Satterfield’s company, Satterfield Technologies, wants to help those (above) looking for external limb attachments or prosthetic’s and find them cheaper and more efficiently.
Fife’s Restaurant, a Birmingham culinary institution, has been recognized in the national online publication Travel and Leisure’s “Best Cheap Eats” guide.
Think of Five Points South.
It’s growing with food, bars, and hangouts. For some time, the area has been hoppin’, and it certainly isn’t slowing down. This historic Birmingham neighborhood was one of Birmingham’s first streetcar suburbs. The Elyton Land Company, established a streetcar line that connected “Highland” with downtown. So, it has always been on the leading edge of movement.
Some time later this year, a social house, (bowling concept if you will) is being planned by Orchestra Partners.
During the first two weekends in March more than 300 youth soccer teams and 20,000 players, family members and fans from all over the nation compete in the Red Diamond Classic
It’s been an annual Birmingham tradition for 19 years.