Although Zyp bikes officially left Birmingham streets on December 31, the Birmingham City Council is considering an ordinance that could open the door to a ton of new micro-mobility options.Continue reading “New City Council Ordinance could reintroduce micro-mobility to Birmingham”
According to a Facebook post by Don Lupo, director of the city of Birmingham’s Office of Citizen Assistance, Birmingham will be opening a warming station at Boutwell Auditorium on Sunday evening, January 19.
The Magic City has been all over the film scene lately. And you can spot Birmingham in every scene of the new web series and movie, “SCP D-Classified.” Get the scoop from the producers themselves. Plus, find out how you can watch and support the local sci-fi series!Continue reading “STEM UAB graduate students produce sci-fi film entirely in Birmingham”
The Airport Hills is a heavily residential area that’s home to over 5,000 people. For all you aviation fans, this community has great, unobstructed views of Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport’s runways. Thanks to the city’s BIG Partnership initiative centered around the airport, Airport Hills is going to see major growth in the near future.Continue reading “4 things to know about Birmingham’s Airport Hills community”
The city of Birmingham has made major strides these past few years. There’s no denying that big things are coming to the Magic City!
Last year, Mayor Randall Woodfin introduced the city to the Birmingham Inclusive Growth (BIG) Partnership. This city-inspired, community-focused initiative aims to improve the quality of residents’ lives and produce tangible returns for investors.Read more
Birmingham continues to boom and we love to see it! Big opportunities are coming to the city. Local leaders and organizations presented the master plan for the city center earlier this December. Keep reading to see what the future holds for our wonderful Magic City.Continue reading “Birmingham’s Master Plan Was Revealed and We’ve Got the Rundown. (PHOTOS included)”
The cities of Vestavia, Birmingham and Mountain Brook have recently declared themselves TraffickingFree Zones in advance of the 2021 World Games. Find out what this means and why it matters.Continue reading “Vestavia, Birmingham + Mountain Brook are now TraffickingFree Zones”
West End holds remnants of Birmingham’s history from before Birmingham was even a city. This neighborhood is where the magic all started and where it continues to shine! Let’s take a walk through the historic West End community.Continue reading “7 Things to Know and Love About Birmingham’s West End”
By 2022, the upcoming 10-mile Birmingham Xpress bus system will connect east and west Birmingham to the city center. Read on to learn more about the project!Continue reading “Birmingham Xpress aims to connect the metro area by 2022”
‘Tis the season of giving, so why not raise money for your favorite charity or nonprofit organization? On Feb 14-16, 2020, the 19th annual Mercedes-Benz Marathon Weekend will commence. The weekend of running events gives the Birmingham community the chance to come together and raise money for a charity of their choosing.
So, lace up your running shoes and keep on reading for everything you need to know about getting your organization involved in the Mercedes-Benz Marathon Weekend.Continue reading “3 reasons your organization should raise money with the Mercedes-Benz Marathon Weekend in 2020”
On December 17, Birmingham’s City Council officially designated Five Points South as the city’s newest Entertainment District! This will bring several changes to one of Birmingham’s hippest areas, so here’s what you need to know.Continue reading “Five Points South is Birmingham’s newest Entertainment District. What you need to know”
If you lived in the Birmingham area during 2011 like me, then you probably remember the tornadoes that destroyed much of Alabama that spring. To this day, many affected areas are still getting back on their feet, one of these being Pratt City.
Now, after eight years of construction, a new park in Pratt City just recently opened, titled One Pratt Park. Want to learn more about this new outdoor space? Here are three reasons to get excited about Pratt City’s new park.Continue reading “Pratt City has a new park! 3 reasons why this is a win for the Birmingham community”
Three new eateries are coming to The Pizitz, and we can’t wait! With fourteen food stalls and options like Pho Pho Vietnamese, Eli’s Jerusalem Grill and The Standard, it’s hard to choose what to chow down on at The Pizitz Food Hall. Soon, it’ll become even more difficult thanks to these additions: Winner Winner, Unos Tacos and Ashley Mac’s.
Here’s everything you need to know about The Pizitz Food Hall’s newest restaurants.Continue reading “3 new eateries are coming soon to The Pizitz Food Hall and we can’t wait!”
Birmingham recently got a perfect 100 score on the national LGBTQ+ Municipal Equality Index. The Human Rights Campaign and the Equality Federation gave a record 88 out of 506 cities across the country this score.
To find out what this means to people in Birmingham, we dug into the nuts and bolts of the score, then reached out to four people in the community. And, we put together a list of 7 LGBTQ-friendly events for y’all. Keep reading for all the details.Continue reading “What does Birmingham’s recent 100% inclusivity score mean? + 6 LGBTQ-friendly events”
Five Points South may soon become Birmingham’s next Entertainment District. What does this mean?Continue reading “Five Points South could be Birmingham’s next Entertainment District. Hearing on December 17”