The end of summer was always a bittersweet time for me. On one hand, growing up, it always signaled the end of a three month long vacation. But on the other hand, it signaled the start of muscadine season—something I looked forward to all year long.
Have you heard the news? There’s a new dog in town. Fetch is an off-leash dog park, but with a twist. There’s also a full-service bar! This pup lover’s heaven is coming to Birmingham, AL—and we’re counting down the days.
September is a hot month–pun definitely intended–for races in Birmingham. Whether you’re looking for a 5k, 10k, fun run or walk, there are several options for you. Who wants to get outside and support some great causes? Here’s a list of six runs coming up this month.
When I was in the 4th grade, I took my first Alabama history class. Without fail, each day, the teacher outlined Alabama on the chalkboard–the rectangular box with the “high heels” that is Baldwin and Mobile counties. At the end of each class, she would wipe away that outline of the state.
The UAB/Birmingham Women’s Rugby Club is inviting women throughout the Magic City to become a part of their team.
For women interested in rugby, the world’s 9th most popular sport (tied with American football), the Birmingham club’s first practices are this week Tuesday, September 3 and Thursday, September 5, beginning at 5:00pm, at the UAB Recreation Fields – between 5th Avenue South and 12th Street.
Learn from a prestigious lineup of acclaimed speakers and tastemakers and shop with dealers and designers from across the United States. If this sounds like your kind of weekend, we’ve got just the event for you!
Birmingham-Southern College has a unique way of welcoming incoming students to the Magic City. They developed the ultimate choose-your-own-adventure of our beloved Birmingham, AL, and we’re sharing it with you! It’s the perfect way to spend a Saturday for old and new Birminghamians alike.
How many times a day do you run a faucet, take a shower or flush a toilet? As the wastewater spins down the drain and heads into oblivion—where does it actually go? Here’s an inside look at what goes on beyond the flush right here in Jefferson County.