Hey, you. With the drab toast and lukewarm coffee. A new weekend brunch menu just dropped at Topgolf Birmingham, and it’s filled with color, flavors and lots of choices. Bham Now stopped by to sample the menu—and hit a few balls, too. Here’s what we found.
Birmingham’s downtown bar scene keeps growing, so we’ve compiled a list of the spots you need to check out. The research was stringent, but someone had to do it. Now you can plan your next downtown bar crawl (or decide where to go after work).
Once upon a time, the Ensley community was a vibrant steel town in its own right. Now, a group called “Ensley Alive” is working to breathe new life into this once-vibrant part of town, celebrating both the past, present and future of the place they call home.
Summer’s in full swing here in Birmingham. But don’t fret— you still have time to sign up for these fantastic summer camps at the Birmingham Botanical Gardens. If you find yourself asking, “Is it time to go school supply shopping yet??” You’re in luck— no matter their age or interests, the Friends of Birmingham Botanical Gardens probably has a summer camp option that your kiddos (and you) will get excited about.
July 20th marks the 50th anniversary of the Apollo lunar landing and mankind’s first visit to the moon. McWane Science Center will be celebrating with a full week of totally stellar activities during Apollo Week July 14-20. Daily bottle rocket launches anyone? Read on for more details and how to win tickets. It’s a blast!
Austin Perine, the adorable superhero who’s been feeding the homeless since the age of four, is one of many Birmingham heroes who have been recognized for their civic pride and leadership by The Vulcans Community Awards. Nominations are now open for the 2019 awards, but hurry; the July 31 deadline is almost here. Find out more.
Summers in Birmingham are H.O.T. hot. Before you head out on the road during the hottest months of the year, Driver’s Way specialist Keith Johnson has five important tips to ensure your car is in tip-top shape.
If you were driving around Birmingham in 2018, you may have seen someone zipping around on an electric scooter. This novelty transportation method was available in Birmingham for a few months in 2018- until it wasn’t. Now, a new piece of legislation might have these scooters zipping back to Birmingham.