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Birmingham gets a second chance to meet new Schools chief “Dr. G” Tuesday evening

06.16.2015 by André Natta · No Comments


This time the event will take place at the Birmingham Museum of Art — and it will give the news schools leader her first opportunity to address the recent release of the system from state oversight. Continue reading

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UPDATE: Where did those lion heads from Terminal Station go?

06.12.2015 by André Natta · 0 Comments

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Birmingham’s social media community was called into action in an attempt to reclaim a portion of its built history for a local museum. We learned earlier this week it fell just a bit short in its goal. Continue reading

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Much to do this weekend, and much traffic to accompany it

06.12.2015 by André Natta · 0 Comments


Those venturing over to the BJCC will get a chance to see the Legacy Arena’s new signage. They’ll also get to be part of history as Uptown operates as an open-carry entertainment district for the first time. Plus, there’s parking. Then, there’s Saturday. We have maps. Continue reading

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Silver Airways indefinitely suspends plans for southeast expansion, including Birmingham

06.11.2015 by André Natta · 1 Comment

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Many were excited when the planned non-stop flights from the Magic City to New Orleans and Jacksonville were announced this spring. Low levels of interest were referenced in the June 10 announcement. Continue reading

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Proposed Southside mixed-use redevelopment draws attention

04.8.2015 by André Natta · 0 Comments

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As word continues to spread about the potential redevelopment of one of Birmingham’s busier intersections, information about exactly what’s happening, when, and how is becoming clearer. Patience may be the key to understanding it all. Continue reading

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The UAB bills are filed in Montgomery as men’s basketball keeps dancing in Louisville

03.20.2015 by André Natta · 0 Comments

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As the UAB men’s basketball team began its journey into March Madness 2015, three bills aimed at wholesale reform at their university were introduced in Montgomery. The bills could lead to board reform — and an unprecedented request. Continue reading

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Uptown becomes Birmingham’s first open container district

03.17.2015 by André Natta · 0 Comments

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The Birmingham City Council today approved its first open-container entertainment district, Uptown. It may be the first of several to spring up throughout the city’s central business district. Continue reading

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