With over 40 different shops of all different types, Birmingham’s Pepper Place has so much to offer. We all love going to the market every Saturday, but there are so many more events coming up, check them out below!Continue reading “Upcoming events at Pepper Place in Birmingham.”
Move over Indiana Jones – Birmingham’s own real life adventuresome archaeologist Sarah Parcak has published her story!
Happy Apollo Week, Birmingham! If you’re looking to celebrate that “one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind,” we’ve got 8 ways to do it! Keep reading to find out.Continue reading “8 ways to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing in Birmingham”
Cool off from Birmingham’s summer heat at Diamonds Direct Designer Showcase July 19-21. The Palm Springs-themed event will feature jewelry collections curated by ten designers, so there will be plenty of ice to go around. Keep reading for more details and to get a sneak peak at some of our favorite pieces!Continue reading “Vacay with palm trees + cocktails at Diamonds Direct Summer Designer Showcase happening in Birmingham July 19-21. Save 20% 💎”
No one captured more hearts and inspired the judges and audience of America’s Got Talent during Season 13, in 2018, more so than electric violinist Brian King Joseph.
I know what you’re thinking. That is a good lookin’ steak. And you can get it for one night only at the Iron City Grill this Saturday, July 13. Are you hungry yet?Continue reading “4-course steak night at Iron City Grill happening ONLY Saturday, July 13. Reserve your spot now!”
Summer’s in full swing here in Birmingham. But don’t fret— you still have time to sign up for these fantastic summer camps at the Birmingham Botanical Gardens. If you find yourself asking, “Is it time to go school supply shopping yet??” You’re in luck— no matter their age or interests, the Friends of Birmingham Botanical Gardens probably has a summer camp option that your kiddos (and you) will get excited about.Continue reading “5 summer camps at the Birmingham Botanical Gardens– including a family camp that you’re not going to want to miss”
Austin Perine, the adorable superhero who’s been feeding the homeless since the age of four, is one of many Birmingham heroes who have been recognized for their civic pride and leadership by The Vulcans Community Awards. Nominations are now open for the 2019 awards, but hurry; the July 31 deadline is almost here. Find out more.Continue reading “Nominate Birmingham’s community heroes for The Vulcans Community Awards 2019. Hurry, the deadline is JULY 31!”
A night of art, music, food and drinks, what more could anyone want? Art on the Rocks is coming back for its second event of the summer.Continue reading “Couldn’t make it to Art on the Rocks last month? Don’t worry, it’s coming back with even more fun-filled entertainment on July 12. Win tickets!”
Jordan Lee Dooley is many things. She is a podcast host, a community builder, a small shop owner, a business coach- and a national bestselling author. She’s coming to Birmingham in August, and we’ve got the scoop!Continue reading “Bestselling author Jordan Lee Dooley announces book tour extension – and she’s coming to Birmingham on August 1”
Get ready for dragons, drums and fun! On Saturday, August 24, Mitchell’s Place will be hosting Birmingham’s first ever Dragon Boat Race and Festival from 8AM-1PM at East Lake Park. Here are five reasons you need to attend or to sign up to race.Continue reading “5 reasons you need to go to Birmingham’s inaugural Dragon Boat Race and Festival at East Lake Park on August 24. Admission is free!”
Have you ever wondered what the Fourth of July Alabama Bicentennial Fireworks Show at Vulcan Park and Museum looks like “before” the big show begins at July, 4, 9:00 PM?
We got photos.
When the lights of the theatre go out and the stage comes to life, which show will be live before you? Choose from our list of 8 theatre productions happening this summer in Birmingham.Continue reading “8 theatre productions to see in Birmingham this summer, including Matilda at Red Mountain Theatre Company”
Where can you find all the best events in Birmingham? Right here! Check out these 50 events taking place in the Magic City, June 28-30.Continue reading “50 weekend events in Birmingham, June 28-30, including 3 comedy shows, a community drum jam and some yodeling”
The Birmingham Civil Rights Institute (BCRI) will open a new exhibit Tuesday, July 2nd honoring the legacy of A.G. Gaston (1892 – 1996), among the most successful African American businessmen and entrepreneurs in Alabama history.