Want to show a movie at a family backyard party? Are you a corporate manager planning a huge event that includes screening a film? Keri Lane has got you covered! She tells us all about Backyard Move Parties in this week’s edition of Small Business Monday.
Have you got something you’ve been dying to do, but just can’t get up the nerve for? Need some encouragement to get your life going in a positive direction? Sherri Ross shows folks their inner AWESOME in this week’s edition of Small Business Monday. Continue reading “Small business Monday – spotlight on Encouragement Encounters”
Do you have a message you need to get out? Care for an environmentally friendly, innovative way to do that? Shawn Fitzwater tells us about advertising by bike in this week’s small business focus.
Need a comfy space to get your new body art while brushing up on the latest edition of Shirtless Bear Fighter? Then Sanctum Tattoos and Comics is the place for you! Wess Gregg and Aaron Hamilton tell us all about their unique operation in this week’s small business spotlight. Continue reading “Small business Monday – spotlight on Sanctum Tattoos and Comics”
Did you know there’s a diner in the basement of the East Lake United Methodist Church? Juanita Jones and Mitchell Nash tell us how this small business serves up a heaping helping of love, right in the heart of East Lake! Continue reading “Small business Monday – spotlight on the Downstairs Diner”
Where can you get a full breakfast of eggs, bacon, grits and toast for four dollars?! Made to order just for you? Or do you need a full spread for an event? Chef Tony Bayles tells us all about Bayles Catering Services in Woodlawn. This just might be Woodlawn’s best-kept breakfast secret, and our small business post of the week! Continue reading “Small business Monday – focus on Bayles Catering Services”
Did you know that Ghost Train Brewing Company is Birmingham’s first lagering brewery? Or that they benefit Coosa Riverkeeper and the Literacy Council? Find out all about this small business as Patrick Small gives us the ins and outs of Birmingham’s newest spot for craft beer and community!
Do you like to make a difference in the lives of others? How about if your purchase of clothing or gifts helped liberate a woman from human trafficking? Melissa Kendrick tells us about how her dream of dignified work for people around the world became a reality with her business, Sojourns. Continue reading “Small Business Monday – Spotlight on Sojourns”
Where can you go for morning coffee, nod to the barista, grab your cup and go? If you’re a regular at Lucy’s Coffee and Tea, you can! Lucy Bonds tells us all about this beloved University Boulevard small but very tasty business. Continue reading “Small Business Monday – Spotlight on Lucy’s Coffee & Tea”
If you’ve been in Woodlawn in the past, let’s say fifty years or so, you’ve seen our small business of the week, City Meats and Vegetables. Thousands of people every day pass the store at the corner of 1st AVE N and 55th Place. Current owner, Randy Newell, shared the ins and outs of this small business with Bham Now. Continue reading “Small Business Monday – Spotlight on City Meats”
Want a plate of traditional Irish chips or a cold Guinness? How about live music? Comedy night? A full dinner? Danny Winter’s got it all at Buck Mulligan’s!
You’ve heard of farm to table food. How about farm to table flowers? In this week’s small business post, Kelly Wood tells us how she’s making her vision for locally sourced flowers come true with Grace Gardens. Continue reading “Small Business Monday – Spotlight on Grace Gardens”
With the weather being so nice lately, what better way to celebrate than to have some tasty hot dogs, served up in the open?
Ever heard the phrase, “wearing many hats?” Birmingham native, Rachel Williams wears as many as her clients need to get the job done! She tells us all about her professional organization and household management business, cleverly named ToDo4U.
With longer days and temps on the rise, many are wondering where to get vegetable plants and seeds to start their gardens. Mark and Liz Whidden would love to help you with your spring veggie plans at 7752 1st AVE N in East Lake.