Meet Lucy Jaffe, founder of Women Writing Birmingham. She founded Women Writing Birmingham to provide a safe space in the community for women to grow as writers.
According to UAB News, the University of Alabama at Birmingham’s supercomputer, used by Dr. Frank Skidmore, is by far the fastest supercomputer in Alabama.
On Monday, October 9th, Birmingham welcomed Farm Burger’s 12th location.
For these two Children’s of Alabama patients, Hannah Acton and Logan Whitehead, a story of disease turned into a story of love. After meeting at Smile-A-Mile as children, these two are now engaged. Read more about their story below.
These are some of the cleanest restaurants in Birmingham. They scored a perfect 100 when inspected by the Jefferson County Department of Health. Did your favorite places make the list?
On September 27-28, Innovation Depot will host the International Association of Business Innovation (InBIA)’s annual Ecosystem Builders Forum. e.Builders Forum will celebrate Birmingham’s successes in building support for entrepreneurs.
Owner Andrea Snyder announced the Homewood-located Urban Cookhouse is relocating this fall. She is also opening a restaurant next door to the new location.
The Wall Street Journal recently published a three-day travel guide to the Magic City! Reporter Marli Guzzetta visited some of the top destinations in Birmingham. Check to see if your favorite spots made the list.
The Crestwood Community Band revived the fun of being in school bands, but this time as adults.
In search of the top spots for hot chicken, Food Network named Eugene’s Hot Chicken one of the best. Continue reading “Eugene’s Hot Chicken featured on Food Network”
A recent study showed supporting evidence of a vaccine that can eliminate the majority of cervical cancer cases. The primary author of the study, Dr. Huh, is the professor and director of the UAB Division of Gynecologic Oncology.
Warner Huh, M.D., is also a senior scientist at the UAB Comprehensive Cancer Center.
On August 30, 2017, 14-year-old Payton Ray met the man that saved his life.
In response to several national disease outbreaks, the Alabama Department of Public Health launched a serious infectious disease network. One of the hospitals included in the network is UAB Hospital.
After a generous gift of $500K by Mr. Ken Jackson, Hand in Paw is opening their campaign to the public. The campaign is raising money to build new headquarters, so that Hand in Paw can serve the Birmingham community at a greater capacity.
As a kid, do you remember running around an arcade, eating pizza? Well, now it is socially acceptable to do so as an adult. Dave & Buster’s is coming to Hoover!