Earlier this week, the prestigious New York Times Art & Design section of the national publication released their Best Art of 2017 as determined by their art critics.
Birmingham and Alabama residents have been anxiously watching Hurricane Irma reports and maps over the past couple of days.
And our apprehension has ratcheted up a notch over the last 24 hours, with new models showing Birmingham and Eastern Alabama within the path of Irma.
Indeed.com is one of the largest job seeking websites on the internet, so they do know a little bit about the job market and the cost of living in the U.S.
Food and Wine, one of the most respected food magazines in the country is moving from New York to Birmingham.
“Birmingham is ready to surprise you.” ~ New York Times
If you’re meeting a lot of new people recently, congratulations, and it’s not just you! More and more first-time home buyers are coming to live here, enough to propel us into the top ten cities for first time home buyers list for Zillow, “the leading real estate and rental marketplace.”
Birmingham has truly grown in the past few years and Alabamians aren’t the only ones who have noticed. Because of important revitalizations and our city’s creative backbone, we are pulling in some spotlight for being a well-rounded city with a whole lot going for it.
This weekend, there were a flurry of op-eds, editorials and articles opposing and supporting Alabama Senator Jeff Sessions’ nomination to become to Attorney General in a Trump administration.