On August 1st, REV Birmingham launched the Great Receipt Race, a month-long promotion to help boost foot and web traffic to local businesses struggling because of COVID-19. The race is still on, and you can still send in your receipts from Birmingham businesses to win local prizes. Get all the deets here.
Who doesn’t love a good date night? Whether you’re single, in a relationship, married, etc—we’ve all been cooped up for a while now. Here are a few ways you can hit the town in Birmingham, responsibly.
These Birmingham nonprofits are pros at all kinds of creativity, so it’s no surprise they’ve come up with plenty of ways to keep us involved—safely. Check out these 3 upcoming arts and culture events, plus even more ways to support the arts in our Magic City.
This year’s United Ability Journey of HOPE fundraising event will be extra special.
On August 29th, United Ability, an organization that serves over 5,700 children and adults with disabilities, will be honoring their staff and paying tribute to the memory of Gary Edwards —Dr. E—the group’s beloved CEO for nearly 38 years.
Birmingham is maxed out with cool things happening this weekend, August 7-9. Don’t miss the St. Elias Lebanese Food and Cultural Festival, a virtual cocktail fundraiser with Sidewalk Film and much more.
It’s no secret Birmingham likes to eat and why wouldn’t we when our culinary scene is FIRE. Sink your teeth into the Magic City’s crème de la crème during the 11th annual Birmingham Restaurant Week (BRW), presented by Spire, Friday, Aug. 14 through Monday, Aug. 31. Over two weeks of dining out deals? Hand me my fork. STAY TUNED: BRW is unmasking the menus on Monday, August 10.
If you’re like me, you’ve probably looked around at old paint cans, electronics, batteries, stacks of paper, etc. and thought, “what in the world do I do with this?” Jefferson County makes it easy to keep household hazardous waste out of our landfills. Here’s how.
The Birmingham Zoo is a local treasure in need of some extra support right now. Whether you’re participating in their upcoming virtual event or dropping by for a visit, the Zoo is ready to welcome you back. Check out all the details here!
Like many Birmingham residents, the end of summer signals one thing for me: college football is almost back. 2020 has brought uncertainty in every aspect, and even football isn’t immune. We rounded up the latest info on what conferences and teams are planning for as of now. Check it out!
The 4th annual Birmingham Taco Fest looks a little different this year. Instead of an in-person event, you can celebrate by participating in the Taco Fest Taco Trail, a month-long event featuring an interactive taco map highlighting and leading you to the best tacos in Birmingham. Get the deets—and the obligatory taco puns—here.