It’s the 16th Anniversary of the iconic show Gilmore Girls, and one of our favorite, local coffee shops decided to celebrate.
“Signs, signs everywhere a sign…” ~ Five Man Electrical Band
If you have been traveling throughout Birmingham, you’ve probably seen a few of these signs designating past locations of the Birmingham Mineral Railroad.
“The railroad is still with us. This is the undergirding history of Birmingham.” ~ James Lowery, Project Coordinator of the Historic Birmingham Mineral Railroad Signs Project.
Yet another brewery will be opening, to quench the thirst of Birmingham’s beer connoisseurs, on October 22nd!
Have you visited the Wildwood shopping center recently?
The area of town is not the most attractive and is, quite frankly, placed awkwardly, but this does not take away from the demand for redevelopment.
The 20 Midtown project has been in development for some time, but get ready to add yet another for the area.
For a few years, there has been major discussion on what to do with the Altadena Valley Country Club. Construction has begun, but doubts continue to override decision making.
Starting this Friday from 5pm to 9pm, the Birmingham Museum of Art will be hosting a new series, Art After 5.
Every first Friday, the museum will feature new art and entertainment with a lot of opportunities to unwind from the week. This will include mini studio art classes, guest musicians, tapas tastings, local mixologists, and art history hacks with experts.
The event is FREE for Members and only $10 for General Admission.
On Friday, you will have the opportunity to peruse through the Ghoulish Gallery Tour with Angela May of the BMA’s Education Department, watch a performance by Contemporary jazz duo Michael Glaser and Choko Aken on piano and drums. You will also get the chance to enjoy a Mini Studio Class with Instructor Meredith Knight and treat yourself to cocktails by the guest mixologist Feizal Valli of downtown’s soon-to-open, The Atomic Lounge.
Add a little Art to your Friday and enjoy the BMA’s newest series.
Her plan: Launch in 2017 GlobalXplorer, the first of its kind online citizen science platform that will train an army of Indiana Jones global explorers.
Every year, Aldridge Gardens hosts over 30 restaurants and caterers from the Hoover community to show off the city’s variety of culinary styles.
Jefferson, Shelby, St. Clair and Blount counties have been designated as extreme drought areas by the USDA’s U.S. Drought Monitor.
From our good friends at the Alabama Rivers Alliance – below is a list of events they are promoting in the month of October. Mark your calendars today, and bookmark the ARA Events calendar page.
October 7 – 9 – Cukorakko Music Festival, benefitting the Coosa Riverkeeper
October 7 – Party on the Porch at Alabama Outdoors, benefiting Black Warrior Riverkeeper
October 8 & 9 – Blount County Solar Home Tour
October 10 – ASAN’s Regional Food & Farms Forum at Kymulga Grist Mill in Childersburg
October 13 – Bay Bash benefiting Mobile Baykeeper
October 20 – ACF’s Connect to your Coast at Black Warrior Brewing Company
October 23 – Wild & Scenic Film Festival at Red Mountain Theatre Company Cabaret Theatre
October 28 – 30 – Alabama Chapter of the Sierra Club Annual Retreat
Juicing in Birmingham is becoming more and more popular. With the added benefits for your health and the creative juicing combos, it is a fast growing fad throughout our city. Whether you want to take the juicing lifestyle plunge or just wanna try a really healthy drink, here are three places for you.
Birmingham Audubon’s Executive Director Suzanne Langley penned an op-ed for al.com last week in support of Constitutional Amendment 2. If enacted the amendment will protect and support permanent funding for Alabama’s State Parks
Is your neighborhood a hot bed for future homeowners? If you live in Homewood, Avondale, or South Side, your property may become more valuable in the near future.
See what the rising stars of Bham real estate say about the continuous growth.
Maynard Cooper and Gale, a Birmingham based law firm, has announced that they are opening an office in New York City to be led by 3 veteran Intellectual Property attorneys. Since opening their San Francisco office in 2014, they have seen a doubling in size of their office there.
According to the BBJ “Kevin J. Culligan, John P. Hanish and John M. Hintz will practice out of the firm’s office located at the Fred F. French Building, 551 Fifth Avenue, Suite 2000, in New York.”