Have you heard of the show Amazing Race? Well, Birmingham has its very own taking place on Saturday, June 3rd!
Birmingham has so many great places to satisfy music lovers that we thought you could use a guide! This concert venue guide covers everything from small listening rooms to huge arenas and everything in between. Enjoy!
Another Do Dah Day is in the books. A celebration of our community’s beloved animals, Bham Now photographer Larry O. Gay was on hand Saturday capturing the sights of one of Birmingham’s longest running festivals.
It’s Saturday morning in May. That means you have a choice of two long-running festivals in the Birmingham region. Which one do you choose?
Let’s be honest, Birmingham has great music and even better music venues. Moonlight on the Mountain, a listening room in Bluff Park, puts a fresh spin on the house concert craze we all know and love.
Welcome to the Bham Now Nature Roundup’s “We love birds” edition.
Birmingham’s Kiwanis Club has had a visible impact on the city over the past century. Take a look at what they’re doing now to the Vulcan Trial Park. Continue reading “Birmingham’s Kiwanis Club celebrates 100th with new Vulcan Trail Park”
Another week, another top 10 list, and this one features everything from concerts to cars to cycling to cardboard armor! As usual, band links should be assumed to be inappropriate for blaring over computer speakers at work – use headphones instead!
Condoleezza Rice sat down with Bham Now for a q&a on her stop in Birmingham today. The former U.S. Secretary of State was back in her hometown of Birmingham, signing copies of her new 486-page book, Democracy: Stories from the Long Road to Freedom, at the Brookwood Village location of Books-A-Million.
Have you checked out this season’s lineup for UAB’s Alys Stephens Center? It’s a stellar mix of music, dance and more. Tickets for all new shows go on sale to the general public starting May 17!
One Saturday night a month, Arc Stories fills the Avon theater and people from all over Birmingham come to hear regular people tell their own stories. So change up your normal weekend plans, forgo the concerts, bars, and coffee shops and spend an hour or two immersed in story!
Remember the old V. Richards parking lot in Forest Park?
This weekend it is home to Le Pop-Up – a modified shipping container pop-up shop specializing in a variety of classy European items that are mostly French.
Birmingham’s own Condoleezza Rice will be at Books-A-Million in Brookwood Village on Monday, May 15 to sign copies of her new book on democracy. Important details follow.
Japanese punk rock comes to Birmingham tomorrow, and it’s a trip down an alternate timeline where JPop never took off and Japan’s America-lite culture instead threw itself into making its own rock! Continue reading “Happening tomorrow in Birmingham: Shonen Knife”