Numerous non-profit organizations and media outlets throughout Birmingham and Alabama are stepping forward to support the victims of Sunday’s tornados in Lee County and surrounding areas.
Last week, United Ability, one of Birmingham’s most treasured organizations, celebrated its 70th birthday on August 30.
Welcome to the Bham Now Nature Roundup for the week of February 3.
This list is going to grow. Below are the schools and city offices that have announced they are closing for their doors tomorrow ahead of the inclement weather that is expected.
The National Weather Service in Birmingham and local television stations are issuing winter weather advisories in Alabama for Tuesday, January 16th. Snow is on the way. Continue reading “Is Birmingham in for a repeat of the 2014 Snow storm?”
Two class acts met on Saturday evening before the matchup between college football’s defending National Champion Clemson and Auburn University:
Clemson Head Coach Dabo Swinney and senior Vestavia Hills High School football player Jake Pratt.
In 2012, Arthur Yancey, a specialist at Lowe’s in Homewood, remembers people from New Jersey acquiring home generators from the Lakeshore location for Hurricane Sandy.
Welcome to the Bham Now Nature Roundup March 17th edition sponsored by the JSU Little River Canyon Center.
Happy St. Patrick’s Day! In this edition, we are celebrating the Cahaba River, learning about Tree Swallows at Limestone Park and recommending a great book for Spring Break – Jim McClintock’s “A Naturalist Goes Fishing.”
Welcome to the Bham Now Nature Roundup January 26th edition sponsored by the JSU Little River Canyon Center!
Yesterday, President Obama, through a proclamation under the Antiquities Act, established the Birmingham Civil Rights and Freedom Riders National Monuments.
Bham Now has compiled a list of links from television, radio and newspaper stories that have been published online in the past 12 hours. With the help of photographer Larry Gay, we’ve also created a special photo gallery.
First – the photo gallery.
Quote of the week – “I love to think of Nature as wireless telegraph stations through which God speaks to us every day, every hour, and every moment of our lives.” ~ George Washington Carver
The week of the Supermoon. Drought continues. Move I-20/59 takes a hit. And the big question – will Alabama ever develop a sustainable water plan?
Looking for something to do this weekend? Become a Preserve Ranger!
- Read about Freedom Rider Charles Person and his remarkable story – here.
Support for the proposed Freedom Riders National Park in Anniston received a big boost today in the opinion section of al.com with an essay by prominent National Park advocate and conservationist Frank Peterman.