He’s lived in Southside for over fifteen years and hopes to modernize city government and infrastructure, if elected to the Birmingham City Council. Ryan Jones is running for the District 3 city council seat. Let’s get to know him, Birmingham.
“I love cooking. And I love sharing that love.” ~ Urban Ministry’s WE Cafe, Chef Instructor, McKinzie Harrison
Condoleezza Rice sat down with Bham Now for a q&a on her stop in Birmingham today. The former U.S. Secretary of State was back in her hometown of Birmingham, signing copies of her new 486-page book, Democracy: Stories from the…
Yesterday, Bham Now was on hand at the dedication of the Freedom Riders National Monument in Downtown Anniston.
He’s the president of the Birmingham Citizens’ Advisory Board (CAB) and the Crestwood North Neighborhood Association. But now, he’s seeking a new role in Birmingham’s public service sector.
Last week, Birmingham experienced some pre-dawn winds that blew down trees and caused sporadic power outages. A casualty from the gusty winds that topped 40 mph was a historic tree on the grounds of the Arlington Antebellum Home and Gardens.
While Birmingham’s other city council districts are gaining momentum in the way of candidates, one district has been a little lonely. Not anymore! A candidate has declared in District 6.
I’ve posted before supporting Birmingham cycling, so when I got the opportunity to work on the upcoming Bike to Work Day, I jumped, exams or no exams!
Commentary Forty years ago this October, a dedicated group of neighborhood leaders banded together to preserve a small patch of land on the slope of Ruffner Mountain in east Birmingham.
Who’s this person from Birmingham running for Governor of Alabama? Folks in Vestavia probably know him. Do you?
Vulcan definitely looks shiny, happy and fabulous on this pleasant Spring Sunday morning after getting his new coat of paint.
Most likely, the extent of your involvement with the FBI is limited to what you’ve seen on the X-Files or the Blacklist. The Bureau just isn’t something the average citizen comes into meaningful contact with. But being an “average citizen,”…
What do you know about Kim Rafferty, Birmingham’s current District 2 city councilor? Did you know that she’s a candidate, too?
Hands On Birmingham Ignite Awards Last week, seven unsung, dedicated,“roll up your sleeves” community volunteers were honored with the Ignite Award for igniting action and accelerating change in their local communities. The inaugural event was hosted by Hands On…
The Woodlawn High School Urban Farm will be selling their “school grown” vegetables every Tuesday in May from 3:30pm until 5:30pm (cash only).