Who’s hiring in Birmingham? 36 new jobs with companies like Shipt, Southern Research and The Personnel Board of Jefferson County

There’s a silver lining in these clouds. Photo via @bhamnow on Instagram

In the midst of all this cloudy weather, we’re back on schedule to let you know who’s hiring in Birmingham this Tuesday. Take a look at these new jobs:  Continue reading “Who’s hiring in Birmingham? 36 new jobs with companies like Shipt, Southern Research and The Personnel Board of Jefferson County”

Who’s hiring in Birmingham? 32 new jobs with EBSCO, Regions Bank, and UAB

New opportunities are on the horizon! Photo via Bham Now Instagram

Have you seen these newly-posted positions?

Whether you are a fresh post-grad or looking for a career change the Bham Now job page has you covered. We’ve delivered you a fresh list of the hottest opportunities in Birmingham. Don’t miss out on a potential job, check ’em out!

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Pure joy! Families and friends reveal the Birmingham Color Wall. (photo gallery)

Photo by Hannah Williams.

If you haven’t heard of muralist Marcus Fetch then you have definitely seen his larger-than-life works of art, which are on walls across downtown, Woodlawn and Avondale. His murals are not only beautiful works of art, but they are ingrained in our city’s landscape. This weekend the community was invited to come downtown and join Fetch for his next project, the Birmingham Color Wall.

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3 top vintage stores in the Magic City, including Zoe’s in Forest Park

Photo via Zoe’s in Forest Park’s

In three of the Birmingham area’s hippest neighborhoods and business districts, you will find the best vintage stores in the city. Want to find that vintage Alabama t-shirt or that vinyl record of your favorite band? Check out where you can find your vintage treasures in the Magic City.

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Do Dah Day is Birmingham’s ultimate animal lover’s party

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Do Dah Day.  Photo by Larry O. Gay for Bham Now

Nearly 40 years ago some animal-loving friends got together on Birmingham’s Southside and had a party.

From that fateful day, Do Dah Day was born. Now, four decades later, that neighborhood gathering has turned into one of the largest animal loving festivals in Birmingham and the entire state.

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Update on Birmingham mayor’s effort to eradicate blighted property

Via-www.janesjournals.com

In December of last year, I wrote about the demolition of blighted property in Birmingham. Has the situation changed? In mid-March 2018, a transition report that included public input and recommendations for progress in Birmingham was released by Mayor Woodfin. Take a look.

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Join us February 1 to get a Bitcoin primer. RSVP now. Limited seating.

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Upcoming BOLD speaker Derek Waltchack invested in Bitcoin relatively early – via ShanWalt.com

Want to learn more about Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies?  Come to Bham Now’s free BOLD speaker event February 1st at 5:50 at Avondale Brewery to hear Birmingham Bitcoin expert and miner, Derek Waltchack, talk about this movement.

We’ll also be giving away some Pinkcoin and Zcoin.

Just RSVP on Bham Now’s events page.   Derek has poured over 1,000 hours into researching cryptocurrency.  He’s formed relationships with many of those at the top of the Bitcoin mountain.  And he’s passing on what he knows to you.

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Mystery surrounding old Southside Birmingham building solved

Mystery letters, D. VK. D. Via- Cameron Balentine.

A few weeks ago I wrote about the mystery surrounding the cryptic letters, D. V K. D painted on the blacked-out windows of an old, purple building on Birmingham’s south side.

Maybe you’ve seen those mysterious letters at 12th Street and 1st Avenue South and wondered what they could mean. We asked our readers what those letters might stand for…I think I know! Continue reading “Mystery surrounding old Southside Birmingham building solved”