On December 8th from 11am to 5pm, our annual Shop A BIT Holiday Extravaganza will feature local crafts, vendors, and artisans. We want to promote shopping local by supporting our local artisans right here in Birmingham.
Moss Rock Festival, Birmingham’s premier eco-creative festival, drew large crowds for its 13th annual festival weekend. The festival lasted all weekend (November 3-4) and featured local musicians, bouldering, wonderful art and an epic beer garden.Continue reading “The 13th annual Moss Rock Festival was a blast! Here’s what you missed.”
On Monday, October 9th, Birmingham welcomed Farm Burger’s 12th location.
When it comes to public transportation, you know I’m all in. Anything to keep us from driving so much is a win in my book.
So, how about a new idea from some locals looking to tap into the city’s growing tourism market?
Check out this husband-and-wife team working to bring a new way to cruise around town without driving.
Pepper Place “Winter Market” – Jan. 28th to April 1st – hosts local farmers and vendors focused on winter goods!
Now’s your chance to share your buy local mantra with your babies, too. Thanks to SowBaby Organic, Birmingham now offers locally-made, organic baby food. Continue reading “SowBaby introduces Locally made Organic Baby Food to Bham”
We’re kicking off a new series where we find and gather the unique arts and crafts inspired by all things local. Here is a list – in no particular order – of 25 Birmingham art prints that you need in your life!
Whether you’re dressing up your walls or gifting to a friend, I dare you to go through this list without purchasing one of these beautiful prints.