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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Safari Cup Coffee unexpectedly left Birmingham’s coffee scene a little more than three years ago. It’s spent most of those three years in Chicago becoming a staple of the city’s Lakeview district. Now, it’s getting a new next-door neighbor – Starbucks.
We’ll be seeing a little less neon around metro Birmingham come the beginning of next year – unless Carmike finds a way to work it into their plans for the area locations they’re purchasing from Rave. It essentially removes Rave from the state market and gives Carmike control of an IMAX screen.
July 18th, 2012 · Comments Off · Business
It’s not exactly a slow news day in Birmingham, but it was probably time to do a visual check-in on the city’s soon-to-be newest pharmacy option (or rather their latest location) while looking at what other news they’ve been making – around the world.
July 12th, 2012 · Comments Off · 35233, Development
There probably wasn’t much doubt at all, but it was probably a relaxed feeling at the Innovation Depot offices of Motus Motorcycles after receiving incentives from the City of Birmingham and approval for work to be done on the facade of their new home on the city’s Southside.
July 12th, 2012 · Comments Off · Business
When one number goes up, another must come down. It seemed like that would be the case anyway based on two reports released weeks apart about Birmingham, AL’s housing market at the midway point of 2012. Overall, things are looking pretty good right now.
There are a lot of things on people’s minds in Birmingham, AL right now. There have had a lot of online petitions being shared as well. The latest example available is one being circulated seeking support for the city’s growing food truck scene as well as why it happened today.
This afternoon the raising of a beam at the site of the old Bruno’s on the Colonial Brookwood Village property adjacent to Highway 31 in Homewood could signal a shift in where retailers choose to build and invest to attract area shoppers.