There are now pink bubbles – both tiny and large – letting those active on the popular photosharing site Instagram (and the curious) see what’s being shared in Birmingham, AL and all points beyond.
02.26.2014 by Andre Natta · No Comments
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02.24.2014 by Andre Natta · 0 Comments
Nearly eighteen months after it was first publicly mentioned, an iconic sign in downtown Birmingham is attempting to get a new lease on life courtesy of a vinyl wrap and the Pepsi brand. It may have to go back before Design Review though for a fifth time.
02.18.2014 by Andre Natta · 0 Comments
Terminal Station just so happened to get mentioned on Gizmodo on Tuesday – as a way to remind us just how beautiful it was in its heyday. Some guys who play Minecraft seem to have the same idea (and we look at what exists from the project that led to its demolition).
02.12.2014 by Andre Natta · 0 Comments
The executive director of the Birmingham Pledge Foundation passed away earlier this month at age 66. A memorial service is set for this Thursday, February 13 at Sixteenth Street Baptist Church.
02.10.2014 by Andre Natta · 6 Comments
It’s another sign of the rebuilding of Birmingham’s Pratt City moving forward – the Birmingham Public Library reopened the neighborhood’s branch Monday morning – less than three years after it was severely damaged by one of the April 27 tornadoes.
01.30.2014 by Andre Natta · 1 Comment
An update for those of you stopping by because of a certain piece currently posted in our editorial section. By the way, how’s it going? Hopefully you’re doing better after our recent winter storm…
01.13.2014 by Andre Natta · 1 Comment
One of the latest projects brought before the city’s Design Review Committee appears to mean the disappearance of downtown Birmingham’s freight rail-based past, though there appears to be some public backlash.