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Breakfast at Milo’s on Southside near UAB starts February 10

02.3.2015 by André Natta · No Comments

Milo's via instagram

If you’re still in disbelief about Milo’s Hamburgers announcing plans to serve breakfast at its Southside location starting February 10, they’ve released details about what’ll be on the menu. They’re going to have Conecuh sausage. Yes, really. Sounds like two visits next Tuesday… Continue reading

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This year, Birmingham Bill says “check out ‘ Punxsutawney Phil’s forecast”

02.2.2015 by André Natta · 1 Comment

Birmingham_Bill box

This morning fans of Birmingham Bill will need to check in with Punxsutawney Phil — or maybe Smith Lake Jake — to get their Groundhog Day weather forecast fix. Bill’s decided to take the year off. We don’t blame him; it’s cold out there this morning. Continue reading

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Longtime Forest Park grocer V. Richard’s announces it’s closing via Facebook

01.30.2015 by André Natta · 0 Comments


The long-time specialty grocer posted the news to its fan page on Facebook early Friday afternoon, January 30. They had been operating out of the Forest Park neighborhood since 1995 and in its current location since late 2004. Continue reading

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Plans for Beer Engineers space in Parkside stall

01.30.2015 by André Natta · 0 Comments


The banner announcing their planned arrival still hangs on the Wood Wade Building, but the project that would have placed two Alabama craft breweries side-by-side in Parkside has stalled for financial reasons. Continue reading

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Design Review signage approval means third Waffle House location slated for greater downtown Birmingham

01.28.2015 by André Natta · 6 Comments

New Waffle House 2015

A building that has seen several restaurants in recent years — and former Birmingham mayor Larry Langford’s election night celebration — will soon see new life as greater downtown’s newest Waffle House location. Continue reading

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Potential U.S. Steel reductions in Alabama announced as plans move forward for new world headquarters in Pittsburgh

01.28.2015 by André Natta · 0 Comments


Monday’s announcement from U.S. Steel involving the proposed reduction in production later this year has many in metro Birmingham concerned. It is one of several moves underway by the company — including their moving forward on redefining a neighborhood in their hometown. Continue reading

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Birmingham hosts third meeting of Alabama’s Group of 5 mayors

01.27.2015 by André Natta · 0 Comments

Alabama five mayors January 2015

Monday morning saw five of the most powerful men in the state of Alabama — the mayors of its five largest cities — formally gather for extended talks about collaborative efforts for the third time in a year. Continue reading

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