It seems fitting that Birmingham, home of so many college campuses, and the first place to celebrate Veterans Day, will have two programs honoring veterans, and exploring our country’s military campaigns and the history surrounding them. Continue reading “Birmingham Public Library Archives presents two WWI events in November”
The holiday season tends to go hand-in-hand with overeating and not exercising. But just because it is a time of celebration, it doesn’t mean you have to lose your health.
Here are five tips from Pure Fitness to help you stay fit this holiday season: Continue reading “Pure Fitness’s top 5 tips to staying in shape during the holidays”
Come meet the lady who invented the Miracle Mop and Huggable Hangers! Books-A-Million presents Joy Mangano at Samford on November 12.
How has Dorothy McDaniel’s Flower Market thrived for 40 years? The answer: With creations that are classic, yet edgy. Continue reading “Dorothy McDaniel’s Flower Market celebrates 40 years in business”
Being somewhat new to Birmingham, I find out interesting things about this city nearly daily. I bet YOU knew that Birmingham is the home of the country’s very first Veterans Day Parade.
A beautiful Autumn weekend in Hoover, at Moss Rock Eco-festival.
Color your way through a whimsical adventure as you discover Alabama in an all-new experience with author Laura Murray’s book, “Amazing Alabama: A Coloring Book Journey Through Our 67 Counties”.
The first weekend in November come and see what Moss Rock Festival is all about!
November 4 & 5, grab your family and friends and discover the eco-creative festival. It’s a hybrid experience with nature, smart-living, art + design at its core…plus there’s great food and music. The weather is supposed to be perfect…perfect for a day outside enjoying this event!
Every child is excited about Halloween. At Children’s of Alabama some extra effort is made so that hospitalized children can participate in festivities.
My week has involved drones (I’m finally learning to fly acro! I’m crashing a lot!), eurobeat, interviews, and moving. This week, I’ll replace moving people with events (I hope)! Continue reading “Birmingham Top Eleven(!) November 2nd – 8th”
Looking for that last minute Halloween haunted house to visit tonight or a “ghost” tour? Below is almost everything you need to get ready for tonight.
It’s time for the nation’s biggest HBCU Classic game!
The Bare Hands Gallery annual Day of the Dead Festival is a celebration of lost loved ones. Dia de Los Muertos is a great experience that honors the tradition of Mexico’s remembrance holiday. It’s back in Birmingham for the 15th year. Come out and see what this holiday is all about!
Um, a local chef-inspired dinner with live music that benefits Woodlawn? Count me in.
Starting on November 3, Stephen Smith Fine Art will showcase The Secret Paintings – a nationwide touring exhibit of life-size figurative oil paintings by artist Michael J. Pearce. Continue reading “Stephen Smith Fine Art gallery to showcase The Secret Painting series by artist Michael J. Pearce”