Alabama’s unrestrained Senate race get you all fired up? Good. Because now you can warm your hands (or burn them, whatever) by the flame and smoke of our upcoming governor’s election!
Happy 90th Birthday Alabama Theatre!
Birmingham is a city of enthusiasts. We love our food, our sports, our universities, our neighborhoods and our street art and murals. Bham Now weekly InstaHam celebrates some of our beautiful murals. Enjoy!
Last night, on Christmas Day, Bham Now visited the city of Birmingham’s warming station at the Birmingham -Jefferson Civic Center.
When pedal buses such as Birmingham Pedal Tours first hit the streets, the City Council flat out refused to let them drink while riding. The concerns the Council brought up were that the buses would slow traffic to a crawl even without drunk peddlers. This week, City Council members Mike Fliegel and Julie Barnard proposed scrapping that restriction. What does that mean for Birmingham beer enthusiasts?
According to a post by Mayor Randall Woodfin, the following video was scheduled to appear on ESPN during the Birmingham Bowl today.
Yesterday, Bham Now visited Children’s of Alabama’s opening of its annual Sugar Plum Shop, presented by Regions Bank.
This week, the Community Foundation of Greater Birmingham announced that it had given out $1.34 million to 36 area nonprofit organizations that focus on improving economic security and further developing sustainable, livable communities in Jefferson, Blount, Shelby, St. Clair and Walker counties.
Last month, Floyd Council was installed as the new executive director of the Birmingham Public Library (BPL). Council will oversee all operations of BPL’s 19 library locations and manage 285 employees.
Is it better than nothing, Birmingham? Thanks to a temporary bill passed by Congress last week, Alabama decided not to freeze CHIP enrollments on January 1, 2018. The move also means coverage won’t stop for enrollees after February 1.
Maybe you’ve seen the mysterious letters D.VK.D. painted on the old lavender colored building on 12th Street and 1st Avenue South. Continue reading “A mystery re-imagine planned for an old Birmingham building”
One of Birmingham’s most popular New Year’s Eve events is introducing an exciting new format and venue this year.
The City of Birmingham has joined almost 200 other municipalities in a series of lawsuits against several pharmaceutical distributors. The reason? These cities think that the distributors failed to take basic steps in preventing straw purchases of highly-addictive opioids, making the well-known opioid crisis worse.
Originating in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Walk-On’s Bistreaux & Bar plans several new locations in Birmingham. The sports themed restaurant and bar with a family friendly environment and a cajun flavor, will be another lively spot to enjoy a good meal, and to watch our favorite teams play. Continue reading “Walk-On’s, sports bar from Louisiana plans 3 locations in Birmingham”