The joint statement appears to seek to calm down opinions following many learning the popular hot dog establishment will need to close its door early next year to allow for restoration of the Lyric Theater to continue.
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June 21st, 2013 · 2 Comments · 35203, traffic
Some Birmingham, AL residents have decided to try to raise additional awareness about proposed changes to I-20/59 downtown – taking a page from similar efforts in Louisville, KY; New Orleans, LA; and Syracuse, NY.
May 20th, 2013 · Comments Off · 35203
Those working in Birmingham’s central business district may now find it a little easier to figure out where their favorite food truck is located – thanks to a new use for the Barber Properties lot on Richard Arrington, Jr., Blvd.
The comment period for the proposed I-20/59 bridge replacement through Birmingham’s city center was extended by 10 days last week. One affected neighborhood to organize a meeting for those still not aware of what the changes will mean for northside communities.
March 28th, 2013 · Comments Off · 35203, architecture
While it appeared as though Jeremy Erdreich’s prediction in fall 2011 could be coming true, there’s a fence is up, the machinery is in place… and there’s now a Cadence Bank coming soon sign on the corner. The 723 parking spaces are still two blocks away too…
Are you interested in community journalism and how you may be able to contribute to it? Well, there are 11 slots left available for a January 10 See Jane Write panel on that very topic and it should be a lot of fun.
Folks heading downtown for church (or for a visit to the museum) on Sunday may find it just a little harder to park than normal – since they’ll have started filming portions of the Jackie Robinson biopic “42″ in the area around the Tutwiler Hotel.
February 1st, 2012 · Comments Off · 35203
Folks driving by downtown Birmingham’s Powell School (and folks who haven’t had the chance yet) would be happy to take stock of progress being made with regards to efforts to save the 123 year old building that once served as the city’s first school.