Have you ever wanted to be someone else—outside of Halloween? You might consider looking into cosplay. Two Birmingham residents well-versed in the activity share helpful tips for becoming involved.Continue reading “How much do you know about Birmingham’s cosplay scene? Two experts give us the details—including a BSC counselor!”
The wait is over.
One of Birmingham’s most beloved restaurants, Hot and Hot Fish Club, will be celebrating its 25th anniversary by debuting its brand-new expanded space on January 23rd at Pepper Place.
Earlier this month, Birmingham area pizzerias dominated the Big 7 Travel – 25 best places for pizza in Alabama list.
Did you know studies show, drinking coffee can help delay the onset of dementia and soothe people with addiction issues?
Earlier this month, the Jefferson County Commission unanimously passed a resolution to memorialize and preserve the former county jail space, where Martin Luther King, Jr. was held in 1967.
I always liked the slogan, Think Globally, Act Locally.
According to a Facebook post by Don Lupo, director of the city of Birmingham’s Office of Citizen Assistance, Birmingham will be opening a warming station at Boutwell Auditorium on Sunday evening, January 19.
Hoover’s oldest neighborhood is getting a makeover. Last night, the Hoover City Council voted to move forward with a proposed redevelopment of Bluff Park Village. We have the details!Continue reading “Big revitalization project planned for Bluff Park Village”
What a great way to start the year for Birmingham’s food scene!
It never fails. Whenever I watch a Ken Burns documentary, I see credits at the beginning of each program that either say the Ford Foundation or Rockefeller Foundation supported one of his iconic films.
Self-defense classes not only teach you the methods to escape a potentially dangerous situation, but they also aid in honing your awareness skills. Whether you want to take a class as a family, one-on-one or with only women, Birmingham has plenty of options to choose from.Continue reading “7 self-defense classes in Birmingham that will make you safer and stronger!”
Birmingham’s Southtown Court project—a redevelopment of the estimated 26 million-dollar property in Southside—continues to move forward. The Housing Authority of the Birmingham District (HABD) shared an updated timeline with residents of the housing community on January 7. Here’s what we know.Continue reading “Housing Authority shares Southtown Court redevelopment update”
Here is a Jeopardy answer.
This state had a team in the College National Championship game for 9 out of the past 11 championship games since 2009.
Starting January 16 through February 29, thousands of student-athletes will be competing in and around the Magic City for Alabama High School Athletic Association (AHSAA) titles in basketball, indoor track, wrestling and bowling.