She’s a Birmingham native, Woodlawn resident and chairperson for the Democratic Socialists of America in Birmingham. Robin Rains is running … Continue reading “District 4, meet Robin Rains. She’s running for Birmingham City Council.”
The holiday season is a time for giving. In fact, more charitable donations are made at the end of the … Continue reading “Giving Tuesday: where to give this season in Birmingham”
Are you ready for December in Birmingham? Lights are going up around town and everyone is feeling festive! Check out … Continue reading “35 Things to do in Birmingham in December”
Do you love to hunt for treasure? Want to find a designer coat for a couple of bucks or … Continue reading “Small business Monday – Focus on 55th Place Thrift Store”
The micro-brewery scene becomes more and more popular each year. 10 years ago, if you would have proclaimed Birmingham becoming the … Continue reading “Vote Your Conscience. FOR THE BEER!”
What do you know about Kim Rafferty, Birmingham’s current District 2 city councilor? Did you know that she’s a candidate, … Continue reading “Bham Now’s interview with Birmingham City Council member Kim Rafferty”
Craving an incredible slice of pizza? Then check out our guide to the best pizza dives in Birmingham!
Birmingham’s food boom has also given rise to a big opportunity: solving hunger in the Magic City.
Can you spot the two boys in the picture?
Living in the Magic City means there is plenty to do! Of course, this week is no different. Check out … Continue reading “Birmingham Top Things to Do: April 13th -18th”
You know the places, and now you need to know the faces. Go behind the bar and get to know … Continue reading “7 female bartenders you need to know in Birmingham”
Are you ready to get acquainted with another Birmingham mayoral candidate? This is the third one in my series, and … Continue reading “Birmingham, Alabama mayoral candidate interview: Philemon Hill”
This week, we are pleased to announce our new partnership with the JSU Little River Canyon Center. Along with their support … Continue reading “Alabama Weekly Nature Roundup December 2nd edition – brought to you by JSU Little River Canyon Center”
The Alabama Environmental Council‘s Board of Directors have launched a “crowdfunding” campaign to fund their newly expanded recycling center in … Continue reading “Alabama Environmental Council “crowdfunding” for the expanded recycling center & 50th year”
When I say 5 o’clock, or 280, some people (or most, but lets not get too confident) would think of … Continue reading “Development Proceeds Infrastructure: Vestavia”