There is double the fun ahead come September as two Whistle Stop Festivals hit Irondale and Leeds on the same day. Find out why you need to mark your calendar now.
Memorial Day Weekend is just days away. To make it fun and exciting, here are seven events happening around Birmingham that you won’t want to miss!
This year’s Do Dah Day 2018 was a huge success. A Birmingham original, thousands of people once again descended on the Highland Park neighborhood to have a good time and raise funds to benefit homeless animals in the Birmingham and Jefferson County areas.
Regions Tradition’s Yoga on the Green has been moved to Saturday, May 19, 5:30pm because of potential inclement weather. Originally scheduled for today, there are no changes to the event just the date change. There will still be 90 minutes of yoga, door prizes, and a wine-down social hour.
The royal wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle is just days away on Saturday, May 19. This means you have just a few short days to figure out how you’re going to view the royal wedding. Is your plan in order? Continue reading “3 ways to watch the royal wedding from the other Birmingham, including the Elyton Hotel”
It’s the event of the year for family fun at Vulcan Park and Museum! Help Vulcan blow out his candles at his 114th Birthday Bash, along with “V” (Vulcan’s six-foot plush mascot), Birmingham City Mayor Randall Woodfin and City Council President Valerie A. Abbott as well as other city officials. Ice Cream from Piggly Wiggly and Bud’s Best Cookies will be handed out after V blows out his candles!
Birmingham’s legendary celebration of the animals kicks off this weekend! Here’s everything you need to know to navigate Do Dah Day like a pro.
Last Saturday night, right before taking a seat to watch Red Mountain Theatre Company’s production of Smokey Joe’s Cafe, I asked the volunteer usher what to expect during the show.
She smiled mischievously and said. “Buckle up!”
For 21 straight years, the SEC Baseball Tournament has called the Birmingham area home at the Hoover Met. It’s that time of year again, so check out our comprehensive Fan Guide for everything you need to know to make this Memorial Day Weekend perfect from the top of the first to the bottom of the ninth!
Birmingham native Nicole Lamb had this to say about the upcoming Red Mountain Theatre Company’s production of Smokey Joe’s Cafe.
On April 28, runners across Birmingham took to the starting line to “Rock the Quarry” in Vulcan Material Company‘s third Annual Quarry Crusher Run. Continue reading “Tarrant City Schools benefit from Vulcan Materials’ Quarry Crusher Run”
Birmingham has been labeled an up-and-coming hotspot for startup companies for some time. Now those across the country will see just what the Magic City is made of as local startups anxiously prepare to compete for $100,000 in seed funding when the Rise of the Rest bus tour rolls into Birmingham this week. Continue reading “Local startup companies compete for $100,000 when the Rise of the Rest tour hits Birmingham May 9”
Mother’s Day is upon us. May 13 to be exact! Have you found a special gift for your mom yet? Continue reading “Shop Books-A-Million this Mother’s Day for two special cookbooks, Birmingham’s Best Bites and Magic City Cravings by Martie Duncan”
Nearly 40 years ago some animal-loving friends got together on Birmingham’s Southside and had a party.
From that fateful day, Do Dah Day was born. Now, four decades later, that neighborhood gathering has turned into one of the largest animal loving festivals in Birmingham and the entire state.