Last week, $3.3 million in grants were awarded by Governor Kay Ivey to expand recreational trails in several communities across the state. Included in the announcement is a $200,000 grant to the Shelby County Commission to construct a trailhead and a five-mile-long, multi-use trail at Cahaba River Park.
Welcome to the Bham Now Nature Roundup for the week of November 24.
The numbers are staggering.
One in six seniors struggles with hunger in Alabama.
The Stadium Trace Village plans got their blessing from the Hoover Planning and Zoning Commission earlier this week. See the details for this shopping center here.
Over the past month, Bham Now published two installments about Alabama’s biodiversity.
There are certainly two nights this week that trying to get anyone to show up is difficult, so we have a bit of a limited schedule. But Friday night has plenty on the menu to fill you up after the family has parted ways for the holiday.
Forge is the happening co-working space where independent workers can collaborate in an office space without all the office stuffiness.
Perks include a fantastic downtown location inside The Pizitz, free Revelator coffee, and did we mention the fantastic collaborations you’ll get to be a part of? It’s worth mentioning twice. Continue reading “Why try Forge? Interviews with a podcaster, an author, and a marketer”
Last week, just before Thanksgiving and the bustling holiday season, Bham Now sat down with longtime employees of La-Z-Boy Furniture Galleries to talk to them about La-Z-Boy, the Birmingham community and family.
With the destruction of the Georgia Dome, UAB football program’s comeback, and the World Games coming in 2021, talk of an open-air stadium in Birmingham is circulating more than ever. Could it happen sooner than we think?
November 27 is the last day to register to vote in Alabama’s special Senate election. Republican Roy Moore faces off against Democrat Doug Jones.
This week for Adorable and Adoptable, we have Cranberry! Her name is purrfect for the upcoming holiday!
Bham Now loves dogs, take a look at these Birmingham “InstaHam” pooches!
There has been quite a bit of construction, renovation and development in Birmingham recently, especially on the North Side of the city . The latest, the historic and vacant Commerce Center or the former Protective Life building, sold for $2.875 million.