Your favorite band is playing at WorkPlay, but you’re dreading the ticketing process because, well, you just wish it were easier…
When I say “Birmingham Logos”, what’s the first thing that comes to mind?
If you thought, “BHM, created by Aviate” we are on the same page 🙂
Terry Finley, CEO of Books-a-million, recently shared 3 lessons of the company’s success from its humble beginnings to Florence, AL to the second largest book retailer in the U.S.
Hoover’s popular Italian cafe, Bare Naked Noodles, is opening up a second location in the Southbridge location. For these noodles that are famed to be so good, they can be served solo, this a huge step for one of our Birmingham small business owners.
What’s better than good eats and revitalization?
Good eats combined with an improving and lively location while staying affordable.
Profitability is expressed in many different ways.
Whether automatically thinking about money, or sustainability, there is no doubt that this Birmingham based company shows it in a variety of aspects…
Three years from now, Avondale and Forest Park will be quite an attractive place due to recent news on grant retrieval.Photo By: Birmingham Lights
With the final presidential debate upon us, watch parties are popping up across our city. This new trend started around the first debate at places such as Buck Mulligan’s, and has become a popular way to tune in on the political proceedings. These parties offer a place for you to get your debate fix while being able to enjoy a bite to eat or some stimulating political conversation. The goal is to make it easy for those who wish to stay informed but may not have a way to watch at home. Each viewing get-together is hosted by different groups and organizations, some political based and some not at all. If you are looking for a place to tune in tomorrow, here are a few to help with your plans.
Woodlawn, an area once thought to never come alive again, is making an appearance to show the city it can follow the trends of revitalization.
Next up, residential…
By: Cary Estes
It is difficult to bridge economic and social gaps when there is an actual bridge standing in the way. That is the situation Birmingham has been facing for nearly a half-century, ever since Interstate 20/59 was completed near the northern edge of downtown, creating a concrete-and-steel barrier between the central business district, the Birmingham–Jefferson Convention Complex and the nearby neighborhoods of Druid Hills, Fountain Heights, and Norwood.
From our good friend Mike Kyser at the Alabama Forestry Commission, the severity of the current Drought Emergency and Fire Alert is clearly evident by the drastic increase in the number of wildfires that have occurred in the first two weeks of October 2016 compared to last year – 2015.
The numbers are staggering.
As a preview for the third and final Presidential debate in Las Vegas this Wednesday night, Bham Now asked five questions about the state of the race and its impact on Birmingham and Alabama to former Alabama Republican Party chairman Marty Connors.
For three decades, Connors helped build the current Republican majority in the state of Alabama. A CPAC Ronald Reagan Award winner and Romney bundler, Connors just recently returned to Alabama from Cincinnati, Ohio, after going door-to-door with an Alabama Strike force group on behalf of Donald Trump.
This is the first of three pre-debate five- question interviews. Upcoming interviews before the Wednesday debate will feature Jefferson County Democratic Party Chair Richard Mauk and Samford University Political Science Chair Fred Shepherd.
The West Side of Birmingham, Railroad Park and Regions Field locations, have seen major action within the last 5 years and it won’t stop there.
Following the trends of many developments down town, Mountain Brook’s Lane Parke is ready for its wave of new retailers.
Good morning Birmingham!
Big week in Birmingham and Central Alabama.
Get your tickets today for Tuesday’s Bham Now’s BOLD Speaker Series featuring Jay Brandrup, the founder of Kinetic. A “must attend” event!
On Wednesday night, before the Clinton/Trump showdown, checkout the Southern Energy Tour – and how you can address Climate Change.
And on Thursday, in Birmingham, support this year’s edition of the Southern Environmental Center’s Ecofest. If you can’t make it to Ecofest, kick back and have some brews in Tuscaloosa with and Alabama Coastal Foundation and the their Connect with Your Coast event at the Black Warrior Brewing Company.