Welcome to the Bham Now Nature Roundup April 7th edition sponsored by the JSU Little River Canyon Center.
Through organizations such as Startup Grind Birmingham, entrepreneurs are given the chance to network, learn, and see what it takes to be successful.
Relax and enjoy the opportunity for healthy fun with the family in the gardens of Birmingham Botanical Gardens. Continue reading “April Family Yoga in the Gardens”
Birmingham has plenty of breweries to choose from which is quite the blessing for beer drinkers and pet owners alike.
“It’s the mother of all plant sales.”
Calling all cyclists! Gear up this weekend and get ready for an adventure that covers 250 miles. Over the course of three days cyclists will take on and conquer up to 100 miles each day. Continue reading “Ride 250 miles with “Eat a Peach” Magic City Cycliad Adventure”
Andrew Brower has 6500 reasons to care about preventing concussions. That’s the number of children from 4 to 18 years old that play for the Birmingham United Soccer Association (BUSA). As Executive Director of BUSA, Brower has seen an increasing interest in concussion awareness and education. Continue reading “Bill Clark, UAB Head Football Coach, to speak at Concussion Summit – Friday, April 28th”
One of the many staples that make up our growing city are the variety of food trucks available.
If you thought we didn’t have enough already, well you’re in luck. The newest food truck, City Bowls, is coming to town!
Finding news to report on in Birmingham can be depressing work. I generally sort news articles by “most recent” to find a lead and work from there, but that means I have to wade through dozens of reports of people’s ruined lives. Continue reading “Birmingham Mayor William Bell announces Operation Eagle”
Tonight Lonnie Malone is up to bat, with a City Council candidate interview for Bham Now.
Malone is a resident of Oxmoor Valley, and he’s running for District 7. Let’s get to know him!