There have been a lot of residents in Birmingham wanting to know more details about the city’s plans for next year’s commemoration of the events of 1963. There’s a website that may be able to start answer some of those questions.
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March 22nd, 2012 · Comments Off · Online
The new influential media map being produced by Forbes Magazine, sponsored by IBM, and data driven by URL shortener bit.ly suggests that folks in Alabama (and most of the Southeastern United States) rely on USA Today.
February 22nd, 2012 · Comments Off · transportation
Metro Birmingham now has a name for its new proposed 750-mile greenway network – and a proposed cost. The Red Rock Ridge & Valley Trail System made its debut in front of a standing room only audience at the Birmingham Museum of Art’s Steiner Auditorium on Tuesday evening, February 21.
Details are finally starting to be unveiled about the Ruben Studdard Celebration Weekend set for this November. It includes plans for a marathon route that would be contained within the city limits of Birmingham, AL.
June 15th, 2011 · Comments Off · Online
the35212′s planning to go old school – via the printed community newsletter – and serve as a template for a new collection of community news sites through Birmingham, AL in the coming months.
May 26th, 2011 · 2 Comments · Online
There seem to be several new websites launching around Birmingham, AL right now. We Make Birmingham looks like it’ll be cool – but we’re still not exactly sure what it will do.
May 24th, 2011 · Comments Off · Travelogue
Today the Magic City gets a mention on one of the larger home and product websites in the country – and we see someone else using their platform to raise awareness about our regional tornado recovery efforts.
A new website – a partnership between Birmingham-Southern College and Blue Cross Blue Shield of Alabama in addition to others – may help some area residents better appreciate the nature surrounding them throughout the region.