Live music venues—especially small, independent ones—are some of the hardest hit businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic. A new bill in Congress could help establish a $10 billion Small Business Administration grant to aid our small music venues.Continue reading “Federal Save Our Stages Act could help preserve Birmingham’s small music venues”
After surviving more than a century in downtown Birmingham, the COVID-19 pandemic has jeopardized the future of the Alabama Theatre and Lyric Theatre. In the interest of public health, both theatres have been forced to cancel or postpone all events for the near future. Help these Birmingham Landmarks survive by donating online.Continue reading “Find out how you can help the Alabama + Lyric Theatres [Photos + Video]”
If you’ve been keeping up with the redevelopments in Birmingham lately, you’ve probably heard the term “historic tax credits” thrown around a time or twenty. But what are they, and what good do they actually do?Continue reading “7 times historic tax credits have helped preserve Birmingham’s skyline”
Birmingham’s Sidewalk Film Festival is back August 19-25 for its 21st annual festival. Here’s your guide to venues and films playing all weekend long. Tickets available now!
Sidewalk Film Festival showcases the work of more than 250 filmmakers and welcomes over 15,000 film lovers to Birmingham annually. Since its debut in 1999, filmmakers from across the country and around the world have come to Birmingham to screen their work at Sidewalk
Here’s an overview of where and what will be live on the big screen throughout the event:Continue reading “The ultimate venue guide to Birmingham’s 21st Annual Sidewalk Film Festival. Use ticket discount code BHAMNOW15!”
Birmingham has so many great places to satisfy music lovers that we thought you could use a guide! This concert venue guide covers everything from small listening rooms to huge arenas and everything in between. Enjoy!
Earlier this month, O’Carr’s Delicatessen, one of Homewood’s oldest and most popular restaurants, opened a second eatery (214 18th Street N. Birmingham 35203) in Birmingham’s theater district.