Birmingham’s local farmers’ markets are plentiful in number and in offerings. At them, you’ll find fresh produce, meats, cheeses, flowers, handcrafts, handmade soaps, herbal medicines and so much more. Plus, you’re likely to run into friends and neighbors, making your outing all the more rewarding.Continue reading “Your guide to 15 local farmers markets in Birmingham”
In Birmingham we love our mamas, and this coming weekend is all about HER. Sure, you can buy your mom an expensive gift, but enjoying a fun, memorable activity should be at the top of your list. We found ten that are FREE. You are most welcome.Continue reading “10 FREE ways to celebrate Mom this Mother’s Day weekend in Birmingham”
Mother’s Day is just around the corner, and we don’t want you heading home empty-handed. Here are 10 Birmingham local Mother’s Day gift ideas that we know she’ll love including local favorites like Wild Honey Flower Truck and Dreamers Supply Co.
It is on every Birmingham nature lover’s “May bucket list.” The Cahaba lilies.
Have you checked out West Homewood recently? Well, I hadn’t in a long time and was pleasantly surprised when I stumbled into the cute area around Patriot Park. A quick walk around the block of darling little bungalows, businesses and restaurants had me dialin’ up my realtor and planning my next family move. Here are the highlights of my adventure.Continue reading “7 reasons we’re obsessed with the West Homewood area in Birmingham”
It’s no secret Birmingham is home to some beautiful sights—especially when it comes to murals. We compiled all of our past guides and added new murals to make one big list. Here are 50 (and counting) of our favorite murals in the Magic City. We’ll keep adding, so make sure to check back for updates!Continue reading “PHOTOS: A definitive guide to every mural in Birmingham”
Mother’s Day is Sunday, May 12. Do you have the perfect gift yet? Find something mom will love from these local Etsy shops in Birmingham.Continue reading “10 local Etsy shops in Birmingham creating items perfect for mom this Mother’s Day”
Instead of spending $20-30 million on wastewater plant upgrades, Jefferson County is hoping you’ll help contain the last 1% of phosphorus in local waterways by not putting a certain type of fertilizer on your yard this spring. Why should you care and what can you do? Bham Now explains.
A new children’s hair salon franchise is making its Alabama debut in Hoover this summer. Learn all about Cookie Cutters Haircuts for Kids, plus more kids salons in Birmingham.
This weekend is a busy one for sporting events in the south. You’ve got A-Day Games happening in Tuscaloosa and Auburn; The Masters happening in Augusta, Georgia; Birmingham Legion heading to St. Louis; and the Birmingham Bulls entering the SPHL Playoffs in Pelham! Here’s your weekend guide to watching and celebrating #sports this weekend in Birmingham.Continue reading “Where to watch Alabama and Auburn A-Day games + more sports including the Masters and Birmingham Legion this weekend in Birmingham”
Regions Tradition at Greystone Golf and Country Club in Hoover returns Wednesday, May 8 through Sunday, May 12. Bham Now wants to let you in on everything else that’s going on at the tournament, starting with what’s happening at The Watering Hole—your place to find the best food, drink and entertainment at the Regions Tradition.
The first outdoor market of the year happens at the Market at Pepper Place on Saturday, April 13, 7AM-noon, rain or shine. Find out what’s in store this year at the Market.Continue reading “13 things happening at the Market at Pepper Place in 2019, including an OvenBird chef demo on May 4”
Don’t wait on Peter Cotton Tail to fill those Easter baskets for you. Instead, load ’em up with goodies and gifts from these local companies in Birmingham.
Ignite Cycle has been open for a month in Pepper Place, and holy moly, what a month it’s been for Birmingham’s only boutique indoor cycling studio! Bham Now took over a class recently, and we have a lot to share about our newest fitness obsession. Here are 6 tips we’re passing along for your first ride at Ignite Cycle.
Now that Spring is here, it’s time to think about buying a CSA share with a local farm. CSA stands for “community supported agriculture,” and buying one is kind of like becoming part of the family of a local farm.
Here in Birmingham, we’re lucky to have choices for our CSA shares. We found eight to choose from.