The Entrepreneur Magazine has recognized a Birmingham tech startup as being one of the “best entrepreneurial companies in America”.
As the resurgence of Avondale continues to amaze those in the area and beyond, the restaurants, bars, and hangouts keep improving.
Inspired by the famous Alabamaian author, Zelda Fitzgerald, is Avondale’s premiere speakeasy club; The Marble Ring, located 430 41st St. S. b, Birmingham, AL 35222.
The UAB bowling team is back in action for the first time since April of 2015.
The drought continues to grow. State Parks Amendment 2 sparks debate. Anniston and Birmingham inch closer to designating National Parks with a visit from Secretary of Interior Sally Jewell.
And of course, Halloween is fast approaching, so the weekend is filled with wonderfully “scary” events and fundraisers.
A very busy week.
Below – excerpts from the speech today by Hank Thomas, Freedom Rider and survivor of the Anniston Bus Burning.
The speech was given after a tour of the proposed Freedom Riders Park. The tour was part of a visit by Secretary of Interior Sally Jewell who later held a public hearing in downtown Anniston to consider a proposal to designate sites around Anniston as a National Park.
The Magic City Classic is much more than a football game. It is a cultural and historical group of events that builds community and generates revenue for the city of Birmingham.
November 8th is just around the corner and although you’ve been registered to vote for weeks now, you’re realizing you don’t exactly know what to expect. You find yourselves reading over the simplified directions that were in your mailbox over and over again. For those waiting patiently for what might seem like your final rite of passage, here is a voter’s guide to satiate your confusion.
Jay Brandrup was slated as the first of several speakers in Bham Now’s Bold Speaker Series, sponsored by EBSCO. Last Tuesday, he got the series kick-started as he talked about his company Kinetic Communications.
A reminder about two very important public hearings. Let’s make history tomorrow. Checkout our Bham Now story for details:
A good friend of mine once described the Magic City Classic as the world’s largest “family reunion.”
For this year’s 75th Anniversary that means an anticipated crowd of 100,000 people attending pre and post game events and of course the big game between Alabama A&M University and Alabama State University.
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