Yeah, it’s more of a world-domination thing with Bird electric scooters. Why? To get people out of cars. Electric scooters are a thing, people. They’re everywhere!
On Friday, September 21, Alabama Symphony Orchestra will be holding one of their most popular concerts of the year, Birmingham Does Broadway, at Samford University’s Wright Center, featuring Broadway musical classics like Les Miserables, Wicked, Phantom of the Opera, King and I, Sunset Boulevard and much more. Get tickets now.
Stop! Don’t just recycle that aluminum can. Get the most from your recycling efforts by collecting the shiny pop tab and donating it to the Ronald McDonald House. Read on to find out why.
The Vulcan® Park Foundation announced this week, the 2018 honorees for the fifth annual The Vulcans Community Awards.
The City of Birmingham recently sent a cease-and-desist letter to Bird, urging the electric-scooter company to purchase a business license. The company is also operating in Homewood. Looks like we are in backlash mode.
Several popular Birmingham area neighborhood restaurants, including New York Pizza, Savage’s Bakery and LaPaz received 95 and above on their health inspection scores over the past 30 days.
Last week, United Ability, one of Birmingham’s most treasured organizations, celebrated its 70th birthday on August 30.
Add Birmingham to Tech’s Growing List of Tech Hubs ~ Barron’s
That is the headline and subsequent story that was published this weekend by Barron’s, one of the nation’s most influential financial publications.
Red Mountain Park’s new executive director T.C. McLemore is turning 30 years old. To mark his third decade, on Labor Day, in lieu of gifts and birthday cake, he will be hiking 30 miles within the park to celebrate Birmingham’s largest urban park.
Wondering what you can do to help him celebrate?
On Wednesday, September 6, United Way of Central Alabama will kick-off its 2018 campaign at the Birmingham-Jefferson Civic Center downtown (tickets can be purchased – HERE). The campaign is how United Way generates the funds needed to support essential, life-changing services that are delivered to tens of thousands of people.
You keep seeing them around Birmingham, but what are they? They’re electric scooters. Are they legal?
As of Monday, August 27th, the Alabama Department of Transportation (ALDOT) announces the opening of the 11th Avenue North ramp. This will help with the flow of traffic departing from downtown. Continue reading “ALDOT announces the opening of the 11th and 17th Avenue North ramps downtown”
It’s time to honor some of Birmingham’s smartest cookies during the Girl Scouts of North-Central Alabama’s One Smart Cookie Celebration, happening Aug. 30.
Vulcan Park and Museum has partnered with Birmingham-based non-profit KultureCity to become a certified sensory-inclusive location.
Continue reading “Vulcan Park and Museum partners with Birmingham-based KultureCity to become certified sensory-inclusive”
U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Transit Authority has awarded a $1.5 million grant to the Birmingham Jefferson County Transit to put low-emission and no-emission electric buses on city streets.