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Will we ever see Carraway Hospital’s blue star “revolve” again?

Years ago, when travelers flew into Birmingham, their airplane flight path regularly approached and flew directly over Carraway Hospital. From one’s seat on the plane, you often felt you could reach out and touch  Carraway’s iconic revolving “blue star.”

For residents of Birmingham – you were home.

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Magic City Connector to provide transportation to Birmingham cultural and entertainment sites

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The fleet of six compressed natural gas (CNG) buses will offer Wi-Fi
From a press release by Ronda Robinson, Director of Communications for the Birmingham Jefferson County Transit Authority (BJCTA)  

Birmingham, AL – Imagine going to a restaurant on Birmingham’s Southside then heading downtown for a concert on the same night without having to drive around to search for a place to park?

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Birmingham-Based “OnTheCorner” expands to New Orleans

From restaurants, award winning chefs, and food trucks, the foodie can enjoy a multitude of delights on just about every street corner in the Magic City.

On the Corner in NOLA

For me, one of the toughest things to find though are the food trucks, until the app, “OnTheCorner”, was created to make it a simple process.

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GO NATIVE this year at the Birmingham Botanical Gardens Spring Plant Sale

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Birmingham Audubon says, “Restoring native plant habitat is vital to preserving biodiversity. By creating a native plant garden, each patch of habitat becomes part of a collective effort to nurture and sustain the living landscape for birds and other animals.”

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Birmingham, Alabama mayoral candidate interview: Randall Woodfin

It’s time for another Birmingham mayoral candidate interview. This is the second one in my series, and it features Randall Woodfin. My last one featured Randy Davis.

Although the Jefferson County Election Commission has until June 23 to officially call the upcoming Birmingham municipal election set for August 22, potential candidates are already blazing their own campaign trails.

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