Welcome to the Bham Now Nature Roundup for the week of February 24.
As a relative newcomer to Birmingham, I still find Sloss Furnaces fascinating and strange. The sheer scale and size of the stacks and structures never fail to impress, but it’s the details, the random industrial stuff inside that captures my attention every time. Check out my photo gallery below, click on pics to enlarge.
You’ve heard of the seven deadly sins – wrath, envy, gluttony, greed, lust, pride, and sloth. But have you ever considered what sins the state you live in falls most victim to? Continue reading “Alabama comes in hot on Wallethub’s most sinful states list”
Come one, come all. Join Asbury United Methodist Church on March 17 and 18 for an Open House Weekend to celebrate the grand opening of its new sanctuary. Continue reading “Asbury United Methodist Church hosts Easter Open House this March in Birmingham”
Bham Now readers have likely been seeing this beautiful and rare Yellow Cardinal all over their social media feeds this week . The rare bird has captured the hearts of Alabamians and is about to go national with a feature story by the National Audubon Society.
Ray Clark, vice chair of the Solid Waste Authority for the City of Birmingham is not a daydreamer about recycling.
The 2003 study has received nearly $100 million in grant funding since it began.
Maybe you have noticed that Octane in Homewood on Central Avenue isn’t…well…isn’t Octane any more. Southern coffee powerhouse, Revelator, owner of Octane, made some changes and opened an intimate, personal restaurant called Sweet Jon’s Café.
Have you snagged your box of Girl Scout Cookies yet? If not, you may want to consider buying them from Troop 30148. Continue reading “Local Girl Scout Troop does big things for Birmingham via cookie sales”
The American Idol winner is set to perform at the Grand Opening Celebration of the long-awaited transportation hub facility. Continue reading “Taylor Hicks to perform at Birmingham Intermodal Facility Grand Opening”
For the young people at Camp WIRED Together, it’s all about living with a life-saving device and building a community of support—Oh, and having lots of fun at Children’s Harbor on Lake Martin!
According to a news release from Rojo, the popular restaurant in the Highland Park area of Birmingham, has won the National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation’s 2018 Restaurant Neighbor Award for the state of Alabama.
We’re not just going out for drinks anymore, people. We’re going out for experiences.
As you drive around the southside of downtown Birmingham, it seems every building belongs to UAB. You’ve probably seen a few outdated buildings on the UAB campus that just don’t compare to the sleek, new and improved ones.
Where can one of the best Thai restaurants in Birmingham be found? If you ask locals, it’s served at Blue Pacific at Hoover Food Mart. Continue reading “Blue Pacific at Hoover Food Mart deemed one of Birmingham’s best Thai restaurants”