Brunch. Is there anything better than when two words combine to make a more delicious one? While many places offer brunch on Sundays, we’ve got the list of Birmingham’s hottest spots that serve it all weekend long! Continue reading “Want brunch all weekend long? Birmingham offers it at Roots and Revelry, Five and many more!”
So you’re not exactly Jackson Pollock or Frida Kahlo. So what? You don’t have to be a master to be an artist, and Birmingham offers plenty of art classes to refine (or find!) your craft. Continue reading “Develop your inner artist with Birmingham’s guide to art classes this summer”
A new farmers market is set to open in Mountain Brook, June 2. Check it out plus others around Birmingham all summer long.
Mother’s Day is this Sunday, May 13. If that sentence just sent a wave of panic down your spine because you haven’t bought a gift yet, do not fret. Bham Now presents the 2018 Mother’s Day Gift Guide for the Market at Pepper Place. Open from 7 a.m. to noon this Saturday, the market has gift options for every taste and budget.
There are lots of great places in the Birmingham area to grab a quick bite or a leisurely meal. We found some new spots that you might not have tried yet and some that will be open very soon. Always nice to have new choices!
Packing and moving…at some point in your life both of these things will likely be necessary. You might have heard accounts of stressful, even problematic moving experiences.
Those stresses can be eased with good planning, preparation, and with help from a professional moving company.
Ugh, my car is filthy. Ew, my nails really need a manicure. Mmm, I could really go for a snack. You may have had thoughts like these as you head downtown for a meeting or some other reason. But when you don’t have time to head over the mountain, where can you go for services like these that are close by? Find out by checking out this ultimate service guide to downtown Birmingham. Continue reading “The ultimate service guide to downtown Birmingham”
What is bill SB384? It passed on March 26, and Governor Kay Ivey signed it. This bill simply allowed the Birmingham City Council to determine whether or not to allow on-premise alcohol sales in Birmingham starting at 10 a.m. on Sundays.
That healthy living trend going on with people these days…well, the same can be said for our pet family members. We have the hook up on natural dog (and cat) treats in the Magic City, some easy recipes and pics of cool local dogs and cats! Continue reading “All-natural pet treats: quick recipes, a doggie food-truck & other local retailers”
Does the price of parking in downtown Birmingham have you avoiding the area? We have done a little investigating to uncover some free parking spots and a few super cheap options too.
Channing Tatum will be grand marshal
On Sunday April 22, as the only IndyCar race in the Deep South is set to begin, a famous Alabama native will give the iconic “Gentlemen, start your engines!” command.
Easter is almost here, which means Peter Cottontail is hippity hopping towards Birmingham. Where can you find him? Check out this springtime guide the 411 on the Easter Bunny’s whereabouts this year. Continue reading “Follow the bunny trail to find the Easter Bunny in Birmingham”
Summer internship application deadlines are fast approaching. Check out our list of Bham area opportunities.
Continue reading “Application deadlines fast approaching for Birmingham summer internships, job opportunities”
Are you that person that moves on from a popular place as soon as it’s considered the “in” spot to hang out…always on the lookout for the next cool place before anyone else has caught on?
This year, St. Patrick’s Day falls on Saturday, March 17, the perfect day to get in the Irish spirit, wear some green and maybe even find that pot of gold at the end of a rainbow. And once again, Birmingham is gearing up for a week full of events so you can Shamrock your socks off all week long! Continue reading “The ultimate guide to St. Patrick’s Day celebrations in Birmingham”