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Award-winning Native American sculptor hosts free talk at BSC

She’s the first Native American to ever have an outdoor sculpture installed at the National Mall in Washington D.C. and was recently honored by the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian. Nora Naranjo Morse is serious about the power of women and the legacy of the Pueblos.

 

Nora Naranjo Morse, via Birmingham Southern College

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March is Women’s History Month: “Still I Rise” is a Must Read

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Sill I Rise by Maya Angelou via Books-a-Million.com

March is Women’s History Month, a time to remember and applaud the works and accomplishments of the amazing women who have come before us and stride alongside us. What better way to celebrate than with a marvelous work by Maya Angelou, a renowned American poet and national treasure.

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National Firm eyes Downtown Bham for Fast, Reliable, Wireless Internet Capability

A major step in Birmingham’s economic development will soon stand tall in the Magic City.

Windstream will be setting up a large antenna on top of the Forum building at the BJCC which will provide wireless internet services to all in its path.

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AT&T’s cyber seniors technology program bridges the generations and helps ensure Alabama is connected – at every age.

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As part of AT&T’s continuing efforts to boost internet adoption across the state, the Alabama State Department of Education and the Alabama Chapter of Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) announced the Wenonah High School chapter of FCCLA won the #ATTCyberSeniors video competition.

Pictured: Ahmad Johnson, Denise Young Rucker and Terri Williams

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Small Business Monday – Spotlight on NOLA Ice

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Kelli Caulfield, owner of NOLA Ice

If you’ve been to Railroad Park lately, you’ve probably seen Kelli Caulfield at the Boxcar Cafė, serving up her famous New Orleans Snoballs and Louisiana dishes.  If you haven’t, you’ll probably be headed that direction after reading about and seeing her tasty creations!  This busy entrepreneur and law school graduate took a few minutes to tell us all about her delicious business.

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Birmingham Bakeries: Part 1

So you want to ruin someone’s diet.  The good news is that this is a great city to cheat on a diet with. The bad news is that you might not know the best spots.  We’re here to help, with a series of guides to bakeries around Birmingham!  (Because if you’re going to cheat on the diet, why not make sure the whole office cheats, too?)  This round, we’re focusing on Downtown – the urban center.

the view from Edgar’s Bakery – via Yelp

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Remember when Zagat named Birmingham one of the ‘hottest food cities’ in the US’? We’re still rocking the title.

Back in December Zagat named the Magic City as one of the nation’s top new culinary spots, ranking right up there with San Francisco, New York and Chicago. Since we were fortunate enough to nab this distinctive recognition from the world’s most exhaustive restaurant rating’s guide, Birmingham has added even more places to eat, drink and be merry in 2017

The Cuban sandwich from Cosecha Urban Kitchen. Via Cosecha Urban Kitchen.

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