PHOTOS: 30+ local florists joined forces to create floral memorial at Rotary Trail

Bringing the magic to the Magic City. Photo via Matthew Niblett for Bham Now

Today, more than 30 local florists from Birmingham and the surrounding area came together to create a floral memorial in front of the Rotary Trail sign. Keep reading for a little inspiration, and make sure to stop by this weekend to see it for yourself.

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The National Memorial for Peace and Justice opens today, April 26 in Montgomery

The National Memorial for Peace and Justice
Via: The National Memorial for Peace and Justice

History can be inspiring, epic and almost surreal in its scale. History can also be boring and dusty…and it can be painful and sobering as well. The National Memorial for Peace and Justice, opens today in Montgomery, AL remembering the thousands of victims of lynchings.

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Condoleezza Rice discusses Democracy at Brookwood Books-A-Million

Former U.S. Secretary of State and Birmingham native Condoleezza Rice signed approximately 200 copies of her new book, Democracy, Monday at Books-A-Million.

Condoleezza Rice sat down with Bham Now for a q&a on her stop in Birmingham today.  The former U.S. Secretary of State was back in her hometown of Birmingham, signing copies of her new 486-page book, Democracy: Stories from the Long Road to Freedom, at the Brookwood Village location of Books-A-Million.

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