The spirit of the holidays is alive at McWane Science Center. From their beloved Magic of Model Trains exhibit to virtual visits with Santa, here’s how they’re making the holidays merry and bright all season long.
It’s time to read between the wines—picking out the ideal holiday wines for parties and dinners this season is an unfairly labeled stressful task. If you’re ready to pop the cork, but the wine aisle is starting to look like a math problem, turn to the experts at Birmingham’s Red or White.
Dr. Seuss said it best: “What if Christmas, he thought, doesn’t come from a store. What if Christmas, perhaps, means a little bit more?” Even though we can all agree the holiday season is about more than material things, bringing a little magic into a child’s life is a wonderful way to celebrate. Here’s how to do it in Birmingham.
Every in-person event looks different in 2020, but some institutions are using that as a way to get creative with how they host. Birmingham-Southern College has a fresh new way to connect current students with the outside world. Check it out!
Ready to plan ahead for the final month of 2020? I think we’ve all been waiting to say hasta la vista to this year. Make December one for the books with these magical and COVID-19-friendly events around Birmingham.
When Toto pulls back the curtain at the Virginia Samford Theatre (VST), you won’t find the Wizard of Oz, but Justin Walker. Learn how the man behind the scenes and a Birmingham native became an integral component for shows in Nashville and beyond. Plus, hear why it was an honor to return to the theatre as a sound designer for Frozen Jr. and The Fantasticks.
Get ready, Alabama! On November 19th, seven startups will take to the stage at Alabama Launchpad to pitch themselves to the judges. The prize? A share of $150K in early-stage seed funding. We reached out to the participating startups to learn more.