But before you hit up T.J. Maxx for decor, let’s look at what opening up your home entails.Continue reading “Thinking about renting your Birmingham home on Airbnb? See what you need to know beforehand!”
It’s time to find out who’s hiring in Birmingham. We have 30 great career opportunities this week, so be sure to click that apply button and land that new job!Continue reading “Job hunting? Here are 30 companies hiring in Birmingham, including Another Broken Egg Cafe and Encompass Health”
Though the Red Mountain Theatre Company has been entertaining Birmingham for four decades, the nonprofit company has yet to find a forever home until now. On December 11th, groundbreaking will commence for RMTC’s brand new arts campus.
Here are three reasons to get excited about the company’s latest development.Continue reading “Construction starts Dec. 11th on Red Mountain Theatre Company’s new home! 3 reasons to get excited.”
Looking for ways to help Birmingham families this Thanksgiving? Use Waitr for your local restaurant meal delivery by Nov. 22 and Waitr will give back to local families in need. Use code BHAMNOW for free delivery!Continue reading “Use Waitr for food delivery by Friday, Nov. 22 and you’ll be helping Birmingham families in need.”
If you’ve ever been on Birmingham-Southern College’s campus, you know it’s beautiful. All red brick and greenery—and in the fall, it’s even more stunning.
Several art students at BSC created a mural on campus that represents one of the school’s most beloved symbols—keep reading to check it out!Continue reading “New mural at Birmingham-Southern College pays tribute to school symbol (PHOTOS)”
I may be a Tuscaloosa gal, but no one feels at home in the Magic City until the barista at Revelator lets you stay in the shop an hour after it closes. After one week of living like a local, here are my thoughts.Continue reading “My first impressions after one week in Birmingham”
Love Thanksgiving, but aren’t looking forward to all the food prep and clean up? Well guess what, you can make it easy on yourself this year, while still enjoying a delicious holiday meal, by going out to eat. Here are just a few of the restaurants that will be open on Thanksgiving Day in Birmingham.Continue reading “5 restaurants open on Thanksgiving day in Birmingham, including Galley and Garden”
Welcome to Frank’s Table Birmingham!
The National Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Society, Alabama-Mississippi Chapter (NMSS) unveiled and dedicated a new sculpture honoring Birmingham’s legendary chef and restauranteur Frank Stitt at the 24th Street entrance of The Rotary Trail.
For over 10 years, the 23-acre Banks school property in South East Lake and next to Roebuck Springs has sat vacant; now the City of Birmingham is taking steps to change that.
On Friday, November 15, they issued a Request for Proposals (RFP). The City’s looking for a developer who can buy the space and transform it into an asset for the whole Eastern side of Birmingham.Continue reading “Wanted: developer for the old Banks School site in South Eastlake and Roebuck Springs. What happens now? (PHOTOS)”
“Find your place on the planet. Dig in, and take responsibility from there,” ~ Quote from conservationist Gary Snyder
Literally, “digging in” – neighbors and supporters of historic East Lake Park planted 75 trees on Saturday morning, November 16, as part of a urban forest restoration program championed by The Nature Conservancy, Ruffner Mountain and several other conservation groups.
Listen up, litterbugs! We all know littering is not the best thing for the environment. In fact, it’s one of the worst things that we can do because of its far-reaching effects on many aspects of our lives here in Jefferson County. It hurts wildlife, damages ecosystems—plus, it makes Birmingham the beautiful look downright dingy.
If you do litter, here are three reasons you should stop. If you don’t and would like to make an even bigger impact on the littering problem, engage your community and organize a litter cleanup, Here’s how to get started!Continue reading “Want to clean up the planet? Start with the Birmingham area—here’s how.”
For many of us, the world of psychics is a mystery. If you’re like me, you’ve looked up your astrology information on the internet a few times (I’m a Libra), bought some tarot cards from the Golden Temple downtown and that’s about it.
But what about the people who have dedicated their lives to the psychic craft? Is being a psychic anything like the way Hollywood portrays? I wanted to find out the answers to these questions myself, so I sat down and interviewed four local Birmingham psychics.Continue reading “Truth and tarot: Q&A with four Birmingham area psychics”
If you’re a music lover in Birmingham, you’ve likely been to Iron City. However, a venue is only as good as the people behind the scenes. Meet a handful of the team that makes this music hotspot such a hit.Continue reading “Meet the team behind Iron City, Birmingham’s hip music venue + win tickets to Sister Hazel on Nov 23”
Grab your shopping bags and Santa hats, Birmingham! Market Noel, the Junior League of Birmingham’s annual holiday fundraiser is right around the corner. 🎅🏼
More than 100 local and national vendors will set up shop at the Finley Center November 21-23 to sell goods and gifts of all sorts. Here’s a preview of what you’ll see and everything you need to know about special events, tickets and more!Continue reading “PHOTOS: 15 Market Noel vendors we can’t wait to shop in Birmingham Nov. 21-23”
The holiday season is rolling into Diamonds Direct during their Winter Designer showcase happening November 22-24 in Cahaba Village. Save 20% on some of the nations top designers and the seasons sweetest sparkles. Find all the details here.Continue reading “Score 20% off designer jewelry during the Diamonds Direct Winter Showcase in Birmingham, Nov. 22-24”