Alabama may pass a law allowing pre-noon alcohol sales on Sunday.
Excitement is building at Books-A-Million. Educator week is coming.
Last night’s fire, collapse and closure of Atlanta’s Interstate 85 (I-85) reminded Birmingham residents of its own lengthy interstate closures that occurred at Birmingham’s infamous”Malfunction Junction” at I-65 and I-20/59 in the early 2000s.
Are you ready to get acquainted with another Birmingham mayoral candidate? This is the third one in my series, and it features Philemon Hill. Let’s get to know him, Birmingham.
Wyndy, easily connecting college baby sitters with parents.
The Bham Now team took over the Pizitz Food Hall this Wednesday. Trying a different restaurant to get a feel for the authenticity that revolves around the Pizitz Food Hall, each producer has provided a unique review.
Here are our reviews:
The Pizitz, a newly found place to hangout, eat, drink, and be merry. Not only is it attracting the everyday consumer, but there is abundant space for commercial use as well.
Did you know the 2nd floor, mezzanine, will feature Forge, a new co-working space for small businesses?
A can’t miss event!
On Thursday, April 13th, 5:30-7:30 at Avondale Brewing Company, Bham Now will be holding it’s fourth installment of the BOLD Speaker Series.
One of the many staples of Birmingham’s revitalization involves renovations of historic buildings, transforming them into innovative spaces for our aspiring/growing businesses.
From great music to delicious food, Birmingham has a variety of festivals that are popping up this spring season. Most are family friendly and loads of fun. You’ll want to add these events to your calendar.
As rumors swirl about a possible impeachment, Alabama Governor Robert Bentley continues to deny, deny, deny. According to him, there’s been no affair with his former political adviser, nothing illegal to see here, move along and, no. There will be no resignation, either.
Bentley recently told a local news station that he is only fulfilling God’s will to the people of Alabama. He cast a long line that went something like this: