Today and next Thursday folks in Tuscaloosa and Auburn will have something in common. They will both be joining the Alabama Coastal Foundation to – Connect to Your Coast .
“America’s Premier Social Experience.”
GO Kickball has become a sensation. It is in over 16 states and 40 cities and Birmingham is a part of that list.
Whether naughty or nice, Ole Saint Nick (a.k.a – Nick Saban – bet you didn’t catch that one) is comin for ya…
Fans, ask your favorite coach about his thoughts on the Tides success and SEC presence.
The win over Tennessee is a current point of pride for the Tide, but as we all know, Saban just wants to improve; we may never understand the somewhat discontentment with performance, but what ever it is, keep doin it man!
The “Hey Coach!” talk show is an opportunity for fans, and loyal Finebaum callers, to ask the man himself their questions. This can be quite magical for some.
The weekly radio show is recorded live from Bob’s Victory Grille in Tuscaloosa on Thursday night.
– Rainer Sabin, AL.com
Ultimate Frisbee is one of the fastest growing sports in America – with good reason. It is a sport that anyone can play. However at higher levels of play it will require the athleticism of football and the skill of a sport like soccer.
Seeing sports like handball and table tennis in the Olympics makes one think about what is stopping Ultimate Frisbee from being the next Olympic sport. There are plenty of ways to get involved in Birmingham and start a potential road to the Olympics.
UAB football is set to play their first game since 2014 on September 2nd 2017. Until then, the players and coaches will be working hard underground and behind the scenes.
New facilities and new mindsets are pushing the team to work hard and stay hopeful – They can thank the fans and the city for some help with that.
Since the overhaul of highway 280 a few years back, drivers are currently content with traffic conditions and so are businesses. This has given way to the overall improvement of 280’s aesthetic and property development.
Up next for 280… American Ninja Warrior and Parkour courses, flying trapeze and some sort of a rock wall for bouldering.
For the first time in history, the UAB Blazers will welcome the South Alabama Jaguars in a matchup at Legion Field on Sept. 21, 2019. UAB will then head to Mobile to for the matchup in 2020.
Whether you’re a washed up athlete who still wants to prove your athletic prowess or you’re just an average Joe with a slight anger issue who wants to blow off some steam, trampoline dodgeball is the sport for you. It is the perfect combination of two favorite childhood pastimes.
Tired of the Presidential Campaigns? Turned off on politics?
Well, here is one very good reason to vote on November 8th in Alabama.
Vote Yes on Constitutional Amendment 2 to protect Alabama State Parks funding.
Since 2012, $15 million has been transferred away (mostly guest fees) from our State Parks System causing a fiscal crisis. Constitutional Amendment 2 bans the transfer insuring that our State Parks are protected and permanently funded.
Checkout some of the new cool activities at Alabama’s State Parks.
The first ever city located TopGolf arena has been approved and will be available by the end of 2017.
Non golfers, to average players, to pros are all welcome!
One of the Toomer’s Corner trees was set ablaze after Auburn walked away with an 18-13 victory on Saturday. Maybe the man guilty is a pyromaniac. Maybe he’s a bitter LSU fan. Maybe it was symbolic of Les Miles being fired from LSU after the game. Who knows? One thing is for sure: burning toilet paper has to be the worst way to become a felon.
Birmingham will become the “Soccer Capital of the South” this weekend with 232 soccer teams from 7-8 different states participating in this year’s Birmingham Bash.
The annual Birmingham Bash Soccer Tournament hosted by the Birmingham United Soccer Association (BUSA) will take place October 1st and 2nd at 7 different venues in Shelby County and Southern Jefferson County.
The newly assembled ice hockey club team at UAB will soon host the first home game of their first full season (woohoo!).
The hockey club is the university’s first ever collegiate hockey team for the city of Birmingham.